MedTech Management Lunch & Learn Series: Navigating the Device Accreditation Game
May 8 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
DeviceAlliance’s Professionals Academy continues to evolve with the addition of our new professional development series: Medtech Management Lunch & Learns.
Lunch & Learn #2: Navigating the Device Accreditation Game
DeviceAlliance’s Medtech Management Lunch & Learn series provides medtech leaders with a forum to sharpen their leadership skills while gaining key insights from proven industry leaders. DeviceAlliance’s Lunch & learns are designed with the small group experience in mind. We have intentionally limited these events to a maximum of 20 attendees to improve the experience for each individual while increasing the opportunity for insightful discussion and real world feedback.
This lunch & learn series will be lead by Michael Brousseau.
It’s becoming increasingly important to implement strategic accreditation planning into the beginning stages of the product development process. Attendees of this lunch and learn will have the opportunity to learn vital tips from Intertek experts who are well versed in successfully navigate the medical device product accreditation process, how to prepare for it during early design phases, how to limited test failures and financial repercussions of poor product test and accreditation strategies.
Price: DeviceAlliance members are free; Non-Member price is $40; event fee is non-refundable
RSVP: This event is for medtech professionals in active, formal leadership roles. There are only 20 spots available for this event; interested attendees must RSVP online ahead of time. We will not be accepting walk-ins for this event. Please RSVP at the bottom of the page.
Date & Time: Wednesday, May 8th; 11:30AM – 1PM PST
Location: Intertek at 25800 Commercentre Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630
Parking & Entrance: Parking is free; please go to the main lobby for admittance to this event
Special thanks to DeviceAlliance’s Platinum Sponsors for their support and involvement in helping our organization make a difference in Orange County’s medtech ecosystem.