Supply chain challenges and the move to advanced manufacturing are two key issues affecting the Medtech industry. On November 7-9, MedTech Intelligence will be hosting the MedTech Advanced Manufacturing Conference and Supply Chain Summit, in partnership with Axendia, Inc. The two events will run back-to-back with registration options available for each program as well as a discounted rate for professionals who would like to attend both programs.
RFID and IoT technologies can strengthen the medical device supply chain and improve workflows. The following real-life examples illustrate the benefits that can be achieved.
As technology component pricing continues to rise, MedTech manufacturers are applying proven methods and exploring new approaches to maintain profitability and extend product lifecycles.
Share your research, experience and expertise with your peers at the upcoming Medtech Advanced Manufacturing Conference and Medtech Supply Chain Intelligence Summit. Call for abstracts is now open.
The Gushu facility in Shenzhen, China, achieved the accreditation after meeting the rigorous audit requirements set by MedAccred subscribing members, including Baxter, BD, Boston Scientific, Edwards Lifesciences, Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, Philips, Roche Diagnostics and Stryker.
The purpose of the Best Practices in Supply Chain Resiliency and Quality Working Group is to improve medical device quality and supply chain resiliency by expanding MedAccred adoption through the tiers in the supply chain, identifying best practices to supplement efforts in quality assurance and procurement strategies, and to help mitigate supply chain risks.
MedTech Intelligence will host four vertical in-person events in 2023 covering connected care, regulatory compliance, advanced manufacturing and supply chain. The Washington, DC-based conferences bring together MedTech professionals for education, networking and discussion on the key challenges and opportunities facing the MedTech industry.
Providing the right tools and processes can help improve communication between design, engineering and procurement as companies continue to face supply chain challenges and workforce shortages.
Bringing design and quality assurance processes together earlier in the device development process can reduce costs and nonconformances, while improving outcomes.
The order outlines a “whole-of-government approach” to advance biotechnology and biomanufacturing towards innovative solutions in health, climate change, energy, food security, agriculture, supply chain resilience and national and economic security.