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MedTech Intelligence

Volume 9 Issue No. 41

Business Analysis Combination Products Market Access Operations Product Development Quality/Regulatory

Practical Risk Management - November 8-9, 2017 - Washington, DC

Featured Articles


Grant Geiger, EIR HealthcareHospital of the Future:
Unlock the Key to Patient Happiness

By Grant Geiger, EIR Healthcare

Technology should streamline the healthcare process for both patients and clinicians.

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Devine Guidance

Christopher Devine, Ph.D., Devine Guidance International Is Your Cleanroom Clean?
Prove it!

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

If a device establishment is going to invest significant time and money into building a cleanroom or a controlled environment room, it makes zero sense not to perform proper monitoring of the environment.


Ameing for Asia

Ames Gross, Pacific Bridge MedicalAsia’s Neurology Market

By Ames Gross, Pacific Bridge Medical

Increased prevalence and awareness of neurological disorders in Asia present market growth opportunities for neurology companies.

Edward Simpson, RS Calibration, Inc.IQ, OQ and PQ:
The Backbone of Your Quality System

By Edward Simpson, RS Calibration, Inc.

Know how IQ, OQ and PQ–the three essential elements of a Quality Assurance System–govern the medtech sector.

EU FlagThree-dimensional
(3D) Printing
Forgotten by the New EU Medical Device Regulation?

By Emmanuel Garnier and
Pierre-Alexis Maingon, Simmons & Simmons, LLP

The new European Regulation related to medical devices – as adopted by the European Union (EU) Council on 5 April 2017 – does not provide 3D printing with a specific status, raising questions regarding the regulations applicable to this medical innovation.

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