E-health and MDR: Lessons learned from International projects

Developing E-health applications is one speciality, taking into account MDR and GDPR is a second key challenge. A lesson learned from our international projects. You also need CE marking as well as knowledge of healthcare reimbursement systems. The reimbursement differs from country to country. This presentation gives a practical overview of lessons learned and looks to the future: what are the new opportunities and where are threats.

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From Clinical Innovation to the Market

Choices of a StartUp to Navigate the current Regulations

Fitting a promising innovative technology into solving a relevant clinical problem requires many critical choices to consider early on.

Based on a real-world example in measuring cardiac output in heart patients, Arthur Bouwman, cardio-anaesthesiologist and co-founder of a medical device start-up, and Claus Schaffrath, partner at a medical device consultancy, describe clinical and regulatory choices, and their consequences for bringing a medical device to the market.

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The added value of a dedicated supplier for health care applications – Sustainability, an innovative challenge in healthcare

Describing the current status of the industry in methods, materials, challenges and solutions. The rules and regulations become even more strict for any new healthcare application to comply to. This could cause reluctance to involve sustainability in the requirements, but this step is needed to keep track and be prepared for the near future. Albis shows the current landscape.

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Why Denmark is a good testbed for Healthcare technology

Peter Julius and Britt Sørensen have been working within the field of technology testing for many years. Together they have the company Public Intelligence in Denmark and Japan. Public Intelligence has done more than 100 tests for private companies and has tested everything for the ux to the business model and the overall market entry. Come by and listen to why you should consider Denmark as the natural testbed for your internationalisation.

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