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The Virtual Medtech Conference Opens with On-Demand Offerings

FDA Speakers Provide Expert Perspectives on Key Medtech Issues

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Virtual Medtech Conference, powered by AdvaMed, kicks off its first week of on-demand content with a slate of informative sessions providing something for everyone in the medical technology community.

Value-based care, untapped markets for innovation, compliance, and lessons learned from COVID are just some of the hot topics impacting industry that will be explored.

The first week of on-demand programming will also include FDA expert perspectives on a number of key issues including:

Cybersecurity Threats: Premarket & Postmarket Strategies to Transform Medical Devices from Brittle to Resilient, featuring Dr. Suzanne Schwartz, Deputy Director Office of Strategic Partnerships & Technology Innovation, CDRH

Bringing Innovative Devices to Market: FDA and Industry Perspectives, with Dr. Owen Faris, Principal Deputy Director, Office of Product Evaluation & Quality, CDRH

How to Advance Diverse Inclusion in Clinical Studies: Driving Actionable Solutions, featuring RADM Richardae Araojo, Associate Commissioner for Minority Health and Director of the Office of Minority Health and Health Equity, FDA; and Dr. Michelle Tarver, Director, Patient Science and Engagement Program, Office of Strategic Partnerships and Technology Innovation, CDRH

Beginning this week, registrants to The Virtual Medtech Conference will have access to on-demand sessions via a virtual conference platform, with new sessions released every week through October 7. In addition, a number of simulcast sessions will be available for viewing from October 5-7, with sessions available on-demand through late October.

View the latest agenda for The Virtual Medtech Conference. Partnering opens September 8 so participants can view other users and begin requesting networking meetings. To register for the Conference visit here.

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