This webinar addresses the pressing need for standardized regulatory practices in the field of in vitro diagnostics (IVDs) as advancements are made in an increasingly interconnected global healthcare landscape and demand grows for more precise diagnostics.
Date: February 14, 2024 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET
The consequences will be discussed in terms of their effects on regulatory complexity, patient safety, innovation and access, global collaboration, and early-career professionals. This topic should be of special interest to those in such roles as laboratory managers, technicians, healthcare providers, regulatory professionals, researchers, and industry experts in need of IVD-related critical tools to enhance compliance, streamline operations, and foster innovation in laboratory medicine, ultimately improving patient care and advancing the field.
Upon completion of this continuing education program, participants should be able to:
Understand the significance of regulatory harmonization in IVD.
Identify common challenges and pain points.
Gain access to valuable resources for ongoing learning.
Young Wang, MD
PureVision Ai, Inc.
Dr. Wang lead a team of clinical development professionals to perform clinical studies globally for In-Vitro diagnostic and medical devices, aim to obtain regulatory agencies market approval. Dr. Wang is an expert in the field and frequent speakers on multiple occasions including scientific webinars, conferences, and industry workshops. Dr. Wang’s knowledge and experiences in combing the cross-cultural background will be the perfect speaker on the proposed topic.
Ingela Mauritzon, PhD
Co-Founder, Managing Director
Ingela is a Swedish scholar, speaker and healthcare executive. In her work she focuses on how medtech companies can increase global reach, how to streamline regulation processes and how societies at large can improve access to healthcare technology. With decades spent working with the healthcare system in China, she has unique knowledge of cross-cultural business challenges and Sino-European trade relations.
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