Medical Device Regulatory and Quality Summit 2017

Reviewing regulatory and quality landscape in the medical device industry and looking at specifications in the evolving regulations to create a strong and compliant framework within the organization

2nd Annual Medical Device Regulatory
and Quality Summit 2017

2017 has been a landmark year for the Medical Device Industry. Where the Finance Minister Shri. Arun Jaitley declared that the government would formulate new norms, ‘harmonized with international rules’, for the medical devices sector, this would attract more foreign investment and reduce prices of medical devices. The rules, framed around the guidelines of the Global Harmonization Task force (GHTF) ensure that the Indian norms governing medical devices are on par with those in vogue globally. Medical devices, henceforth, both produced and imported, will conform to the best international practices of manufacturing, ensuring the prevalence of quality products in India. The industry which is been growing at a rapid pace, hence the need for clarity on regulations, export and import guidelines is essential for the Industry.

Following on the success of last Medical Device Regulatory Summit in 2016, The 2nd Annual Medical Device Regulatory and Quality Summit will create a platform for regulators, industry stalwarts to come under one roof to discuss and share ideas that would not only benefit their organisations, but at large the industry as well. The 2nd Annual Medical Device Regulatory and Quality Summit, will review the evolving regulations, their impact on the industry as well as take an indepth look into areas of quality control and assurance.

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Key Conference Focus Areas:

  • Changes and advancements in Regulations
  • Regulatory Framework and Implementation
  • Restructuring Strategies
  • Risk Management
  • Regulatory implications on medical device packaging
  • Quality control procedures, techniques and norms

 

Countries:

  • India
  • Sri Lanka
  • Nepal
  • Bangladesh
  • Maldives

Who Should Attend?

  • Government Authorities
  • Medical Device manufacturers
  • Medical Device distributors
  • Registration and regulatory consultants
  • Medical Device packaging companies
  • Quality assurance & control solution providers

From Which Department?

  • Legal & Regulatory Affairs
  • Government Affairs
  • Product Regulations
  • Quality Control & Assurance
  • Research & Development
  • New Product Development
  • Licensing
  • Packaging and Labelling

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