Webinar: Ethylene oxide sterilization requirements have changed — what you need to know

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 2 p.m. Eastern time / 11 a.m. Pacific time     ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11135:2014 Annex E recently underwent a revision expanding on the requirements for the release of healthcare product from a single batch ethylene oxide (EO) sterilization process. This addendum builds on the current allowances and requirements for the release of

Webinar: How Boston Scientific selected its PLM medical device software solution

Thursday, May 3, 2018 2 p.m. Eastern time / 11 a.m. Pacific time     As a global medical device manufacturer, Boston Scientific must balance quality, innovation, compliance, and profitability. This panel discussion provides insight into how Boston Scientific supports those needs. Listen to Tina Kunshier, Boston Scientific and Michelle Boucher, VP of research for

Webinar: The most exciting medtech of 2018

This webinar was presented live on Thursday, April 5, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.     The medtech industry has seen some new technologies and ideas that could change the way healthcare is delivered. Much of the most exciting medtech comes from unexpected sources. Ideas include e giving patients a virtual wallet to carry

Webinar: What will E.U. market entry for medical devices look like in 2020?

This webinar was presented live on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.       The E.U.’s medical device regulatory system is undergoing a major overhaul. This webinar will provide an overview of common European Union market entry requirements under the current MDD and the new MDR. Additional MDR requirements regarding clinical

Webinar: How to make sense of safety oversight in clinical research — DSMBs, CECs and Medical Monitors

This webinar was presented live on Thursday, March 22, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.     This webinar will provide clinical research professionals with an understanding of safety oversight for clinical studies, including regulatory requirements and best practices. The presentation will include a discussion of the FDA’s Guidance on the Establishment and Operation

Webinar: Where should medical device companies launch products first?

This webinar was presented live on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.     The regulatory environments are changing, particularly in Europe. In the next few years, we are expecting a complete overhaul of the regulatory standards practiced by the E.U. These events will dramatically change how (and where) medical device

Webinar: How a 3D printer’s versatility enables medical innovation

This webinar was presented live on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.     View this webinar to learn how 3D printing’s versatility has paved the way for medical advancements by Cardiovascuar Systems. To help fight the battle against CAD and PAD, CSI works continuously to advance their devices and develop

Webinar: The top medtech stories of 2017

This webinar was presented live on Tuesday, January 30, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.     The medtech industry saw its transformation accelerate in 2017: Whether it’s the roster of largest companies, business models or the regulatory environment, times are a-changing. Competition is also heating up in areas including diabetes care and robotic

Webinar: How to succeed in medical device incubation

This webinar was presented live on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. Click below to watch on demand.     Times have changed. A unique new medical device concept these days, even supported with IP, is rarely enough to gain investor interest, let alone stroking a sizeable check. Development professionals within the field not only need to

Why your next medical device enclosure should be pressure formed

This webinar was presented live on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.     Pressure forming is often the ideal process for medical device enclosures. Choosing pressure forming for your next medical device enclosure can save significant amounts of money, and improve both the aesthetics and performance of your medical device.

Webinar: Could this new software help you with clinical trials?

This webinar was presented live on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017. Click below to watch on demand.     Staicy is a next-generation health and research management platform which provides full transparency of your clinical data. Learn about integrating seamlessly your internal and external clinical applications and utilizing staicy’s proprietary functionality to uniquely select a geographical

Webinar: How to innovate without increasing your risk

This webinar was presented live on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. Click below to watch on demand.     Early identification and mitigation of programmatic risk elements is the key to predictable, efficient execution.  Ximedica has developed and refined its early phase development process to achieve this goal.  In the session we will demonstrate the tools

Webinar about combination products: Bridging the gap between pharma and medical devices

This webinar was recorded live on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. Click below to watch on demand.     We will provide a new understanding of key topics that separate the regulatory and quality process for drugs and combination products/drug delivery devices.  We understand the process for drug development and certification varies greatly from the process

Webinar: How late 2017 has changed medtech

This webinar was presented live on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. Click below to watch on demand.       When it comes to news out of the U.S. government: one word could sum up what it means for the medical device industry: “uncertainty.” It was true at the start of 2017. And it is even

Webinar: How to get your device successfully on the market

This webinar was recorded live on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017. Click below to watch on demand.     Learn what it takes to get a medical device adopted into the market.  People often believe since they have a great idea, it’s a no-brainer getting someone to write a check for it…  As it turns out,