The Medical Devices Conference hosted by DIA India on 21st and 22nd February in collaboration with Medical Technology Association of India (MTaI), AIC-AMTZ Medivalley Incubation Council and mDI Europa, is one of the largest gatherings of medical devices professionals in the region.
This initiative is a first for DIA in India and holds promise to be a dynamic multi stakeholder forum for open discussions and collaborations by ensuring patients, regulators, foreign and Indian devices companies and academia all have an equal voice across several thought leadership streams. This forum would include topics ranging from Device Regulations, Materiovigilance and Patient Safety, Device Design and Preclinical Development, Clinical Investigation and Evaluation and Development of New Age Devices and Health Technology Assessment Strategies.
“During the last decade two areas which are in development are Coronary stent and knee implant industry in the country. With the ease in Make in India rules international companies have started coming to manufacture in India and are keeping in mind the need for domestic innovation and customization of products as per the local needs. Collaborations of Indian and international companies is being encouraged. The comparative studies in this regard leads to a healthy competition and good for new developments. The ultimate beneficiary of these efforts should be the patient who gets better quality products at competitive costs” said Dr. Upendra Kaul, Chairman Batra Heart Centre and Dean Academics and Research who will be a key speaker at this event
This program is created under the expert guidance of a stellar program committee of senior industry executives including Dr. Anish Desai (IntelliMed), Dr. Ashish Indani (Tata Consultancy Services) Dr. Bina Naik (CBCC Global), Lipi Chakhaiyar (Medtronic), Priyadarshini Arambam (Batra Hospital), Saikat Biswas (Wipro) Sudhakar Mairpadi (Philips), Sundeep Agarwal (Datt Mediproducts) and Vinay Rajan (Medtronic).
“Indian companies are not only looking at India as a market but are aggressively focusing on exporting to the US, EU and ROW. This now establishes a need to understand the regulatory landscape, requirement of clinical, medical and economic evidence generation and addressing specific developmental needs of medical devices. Hence it is important to understand the evolution of the Indian device industry and address the needs that have risen in the last few years. The goal of this DIA program and all the efforts of the planning committee has been towards making this program relevant to the medical devices fraternity in simplifying the development process of devices and engaging the experts as well as young professionals in this discussion” said Dr. Anish Desai, Director, IntelliMed and member of the Program Committee for this event.
With 7 individual tracks, over 18 presentations and 4 grand panel discussions, the Medical Devices conference will convene distinguished experts from regulatory, industry, and academia. With more than 100 professionals participating, this is an important platform to demonstrate your solutions to key decision makers and industry leaders to foster collaborations driving innovations transforming the future of medical devices.
Dates: 21-22 February 2020
Address: The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, New Delhi
To register online visit our website: DIA India Medical Devices Conference 2020
For enquiries, please reach out to:
Niveda Ramkumar Niveda.Ramkumar@diaglobal.org