Why Should You Attend:
In response to the rapid growth of digital healthcare, FDA has developed a streamlined regulatory pathway for approving medical software which is creating opportunities for life science and healthcare companies including pharma. FDA has advanced a regulatory framework called the Digital Health Pre-Certification (Pre-Cert) Program which is currently in a pilot testing phase. This approach aims to make reviews of digital health products more efficient by rewarding those companies who have been assessed and evaluated by the FDA as having a “robust” culture of quality and organizational excellence for the purposes of developing digital health products. Approved companies will be permitted to have their products reviewed in a streamlined manner, thereby reducing the review time for the products by focusing on what the product is rather than what it does. This would then be paired with real-world health analytics product performance analytics and user experience components, requiring the company to track how the product is being used and to quickly address issues.
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Who Will Benefit:
The following professionals from Life sciences companies (Pharma & Drugs; Quality Management; FDA Compliance; Medical Devices & Compliance), and Hospital & Healthcare Companies (General Healthcare; Healthcare IT & Data Security and Legal & Audits)
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Dennis Weissman is a nationally known independent analyst and thought leaders in the clinical laboratory and pathology sectors for over three decades. Dennis is president of Dennis Weissman & Associates, LLC of Falls Church, VA, a consultancy which provides market intelligence, M&A advisory services, public policy monitoring & advice and business leadership to diagnostic and life science companies and organizations. He has expertise in Medicare and health care reform policies and trends; clinical lab and pathology payment and compliance policies as well as M&A and business issues and direction to diagnostic and life science companies.
Dennis founded and served as publisher of Washington G-2 Reports (now G2 Intelligence) from 1979 through 1999, an information company that reports on and analyzes the U.S. clinical laboratory industry via newsletters, research reports; webinars and live conferences. Prior to G2, he served as Director of the Washington Office of the American Society for Medical Technology (now ASCLS) and before that, Special Assistant to the Deputy Assistance Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare (now HHS).