MDIC is seeking public comments on a white paper titled Maximizing Patient Input in the Design and Development of Medical Device Clinical Trials, which provides medical device developers with a compilation of best practices and approaches to enhance their ability to engage patients in clinical trial design. The final report will become part of MDIC’s […]
On February 26, 2020 in Arlington, VA, MDIC led a workshop of leading sponsors and sites with extensive Early Feasibility Study (EFS) experience to share EFS budgeting best practices and roundtable discussions to identify concrete improvement steps that can be taken. Materials from this workshop are now available on our website.
MDIC’s Patient Engagement Forum, originally scheduled for March 26, 2020, has been postponed. Check back for more information once we confirm a new date for our event. Read our full announcement here.
MDIC is seeking public comments on its Maximizing Patient Input in the Design and Development of Medical Device Clinical Trials white paper in support of the Framework for Patient Input in Medical Device Clinical Trials that is set to be completed this year. Developing patient-centered medical product trials has the potential to improve the patient experience in clinical trials, […]
The Resource Library is a valuable information-sharing service MDIC offers to the public in order to share the work that we’re doing to advance the future of healthcare for patient benefit. If you’ve downloaded one of our reports, studies, or publications for and about the device and diagnostics industry, we want to hear from you! […]
In a rapidly growing industry, it can easily become challenging to keep up with all of the events that are hosted each year. Whether you’re looking to network with other industry professionals, learn more about the latest device regulations, or become more educated on industry-related topics, there are countless events to choose from. To make […]
The Medical Device Innovation Consortium (MDIC) is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to the Board of Directors: Jean Slutsky and Gary Johnson. The Board provides leadership for carrying out the Consortium’s mission to promote patient access to safe and effective medical technologies. Jean R. Slutsky is the Chief Engagement and Dissemination Officer […]
MDIC’s Case for Quality program today released a whitepaper recasting the Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) process as a continuous improvement process and to design a less burdensome process that drives higher product quality and improved patient safety. The whitepaper summarizes the initial findings and recommendations developed by a joint team from MDIC, the medical […]
MDIC announced today that it has been awarded $2.8 million in funding by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the expansion of the Case for Quality and medical device cybersecurity programs. Read the full press release here.
MDIC, on behalf of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is seeking public comments on a new report from FDA’s Case for Quality program, Voluntary Manufacturing and Product Quality Pilot Program Results. FDA engaged with MDIC in 2014 to develop an ongoing forum to bring stakeholders across the medical device ecosystem together to collaborate on […]