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MedTech Intelligence

Volume 9 Issue No. 37

Business Analysis Combination Products Market Access Operations Product Development Quality/Regulatory
Practical Risk Management - November 8-9, 2017 - Washington, DC
Featured Articles

Ameing for Asia

Ames Gross, Pacific Bridge MedicalCloud Computing In Asia
Is Growing

By Ames Gross, MPacific Bridge Medical

Growth of the Asian cloud computing market is expected to accelerate as healthcare providers streamline their operations in today’s paperless world.

Mike Kijewski, MedCryptThe Medical Devices Most Vulnerable to Hackers

By Mike Kijewski, MedCrypt

In the past, few people thought about medical devices falling victim to hackers. But as internet technology and changes in healthcare converge, medical devices are proving to be an easier target for hackers than we thought.

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Devine Guidance

Christopher Devine, Ph.D., Devine Guidance International Failure to Conduct Audits is Going to End Badly!

By Christopher Devine, Ph.D.,
Devine Guidance International

The execution of an effective internal audit program falls into the basic blocking and tackling bucket.


Devine Guidance

Christopher Devine, Ph.D., Devine Guidance International Recall, That Nasty
6-Letter Word!

By Christopher Devine, Ph.D.,
Devine Guidance International

This offending company has “significant” violations regarding reporting corrections and removals to FDA.

Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-ChiefHow to Providers Handle
Device Recalls?

By Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief

Experts at hospitals state that they need clearer and more organized information from device manufacturers during a recall.

Chris Harvey, StericycleModern Medicine:
Managing Lithium-Ion
Battery Recalls in
Medical Devices

By Chris Harvey, Stericycle

Recalls involving lithium-ion battery components are far more complex and if not handled properly, can have dangerous consequences.


Smiths MedicalCybersecurity Vulnerability in Smith Medical Wireless Infusion Pumps

By MedTech Intelligence Staff

A cybersecurity researcher identified eight vulnerabilities, ranging in severity from low to critical, in Smiths Medical’s Medfusion 4000 wireless infusion pumps.

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Upcoming Events & Webinars

Oct. 2017October 17-18, 2017 - Medical Device Cybersecurity Workshop

Boston, MA

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November 2017November 2-3, 2017 - China: The MedTech Market

Washington, DC

November 2017November 8-9, 2017 - Practical Risk Management throughout the Product Life Cycle

Washington, DC

November 2017November 29, 30, December 1, 2017 - Premarket Submissions

Schaumburg, IL

Dec. 2017Q4 2017 - Combination Products: A Conference for Drug, Device, Diagnostics, & Biologics Manufacturers

Washington, DC

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