Since 2010, MedTech Intelligence has produced valuable in-person conferences, and after three years of webinars, we are thrilled to bring back our in-person conference series to Washington, DC. The conference location brings in many high-level speakers from industry and FDA.
Attendees can take advantage of networking opportunities, presentations from regulators and leaders in MedTech as well as panel and small group discussions designed to educate, inform and provide guidance on current challenges in MedTech development.
ConnectedCare Summit East
The ConnectedCare Summit East brings together entrepreneurs, innovators, researchers and regulators as we examine what’s next—and what’s holding us back—on the road to a truly connected healthcare system. Learn more and register here.
MedTech Regulatory Intelligence Summit
The MedTech Regulatory Intelligence Summit brings together RAQA professionals, device developers and regulators to share experiences and best practices, and find solutions to the key pain points in achieving regulatory compliance throughout the product lifecycle. (Registration opening soon)
MedTech Intelligence Advanced Manufacturing Conference
Join leading MedTech engineers and manufacturers as we take an in-depth look at the use of advanced manufacturing technologies in quality improvement, speeding time to market and combatting labor shortages, and share insights on what’s working, implementation challenges and strategies for successful adoption. (Registration opening soon)
MedTech Supply Chain Intelligence Summit
Gain insight and strategies from procurement professionals, device manufacturers and regulators on how to assess and mitigate risks to the supply chain, improve logistics, and build and maintain a sustainable, resilient supply chain. (Registration opening soon)
“These issues must be discussed among peers and best practices must be shared, something you can’t do virtually. This year’s in-person events are designed to help facilitate this much-needed critical thinking and meeting of the minds,” said Rick Biros, founder of MedTech Intelligence.