The pressure to drive costs down drives the incentive to innovate up for the Med-Tech Entrepreneur. Join eComp and the Medical Development Group Wednesday April 17th at Regis College. Register Here! This discussion is essential for MedTech developers to understand the economic factors that are driving opportunities within the US Healthcare System.
REACH is a regulation of the European Union, adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals. REACH compliance is mandatory on Products produced in or shipped into the European Union (EU) and member countries. The challenge REACH regulation requires that companies disclose the use of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs). The SVHC candidate list is updated every six months. SVHCs listed in the “Authorization List” (REACH Annex XIV) are not allowed to be placed on the market in the EU after their sunset date. Complying with REACH requires dedicated resources to obtain supporting documentation from each supplier, every time new SVHCs are added to the candidate list. eComp has teamed up with Total Parts Plus TPP providing data content for product environmental compliance and obsolescence management. Do not get caught unprepared. 2020 is right around the corner. Contact eComp for a demo today 508-881-8399!
As value based care begins to take hold, successfully introducing innovation requires a more systemic approach involving multiple disciplines. In order to help address clinical need, develop a compelling product and then sell into a critical care setting, the session will discuss innovation in advanced life saving pump technologies for context.… Click here to read more.
Join eComp Feburary 1st 2017 at the Medical Development Group Forum at Regis College to discuss ingenious application of available technology that offers vast improvements in medical diagnosis and treatment. Led by industry leaders, this forum is ideal for innovators, entrepreneurs, care-givers and anyone interested in new developments and new ways to use current technology.… Click here to read more.
Vigilance against counterfeit devices is more important than ever… The electronics industry has been battling counterfeit electronic devices and components for many years. Compounded by the ease of purchasing goods off the internet, the proliferation of counterfeit devices has become a global problem. This same open marketplace now threatens the safety of millions as counterfeiters seek to replicate and reproduce life-saving devices and medications. From counterfeit resin in pelvic mesh to sub-standard hardware implanted into patients during surgeries, concern continues to grow. For sixteen years, eComp has been helping engineers, OEMs and system integrators identify suspect counterfeit devices across multiple industries. We are proud to announce our participation in an upcoming seminar hosted by the Medical Developer’s Group (MDG Boston). The seminar will help identify techniques for battling counterfeit medical devices, components and supplies. During the event, you will learn how to detect counterfeit products, protect your supply chain and insulate your customers from counterfeits. Also, industry specialists will help you develop best practices to avoid counterfeits during your manufacturing process. Finally, agencies are on hand to help you work with the government to stop the federal flow of counterfeits. We hope that you’ll join us in discussing what… Click here to read more.