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Emerging Trends in Medical Device Outsourcing and Contract Manufacturing

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Emerging Trends in Medical Device Outsourcing and Contract Manufacturing PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June 12, 2012 - The new medical device landscape: adapt or fade away MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- WHEN: Starting 11:00 a.m. EDT on Thursday, June 14, 2012 LOCATION: Online, with complimentary registration KEYNOTE: Medical Devices Industry Manager Venkat Rajan for Frost & Sullivan's Healthcare Practice As part of the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act (PPACA), a 2.3 percent excise tax goes into effect January 2013 on the sale of nearly all medical devices not sold direct to consumers. Though there are a number of legislative and other legal measures in play that could remove the provision before it goes in to effect, the potential of the tax has been identified as the trigger behind a number of significant organizational changes that have already taken place within many major medical devices companies. New business models and other healthcare cost containment pressures beyond the reform bill have forced companies to rethink their long term strategies and approach to product development. Frost & Sullivan's keynote presentation will take a look at the potential effects of those changing dynamics, and what it could mean long term for stakeholders across the supply chain of medical devices.
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Emerging Trends in Medical Device
Outsourcing and Contract Manufacturing
PR Newswire
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June 12, 2012
- The new medical device landscape: adapt or fade away
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California
,
June 12, 2012
/PRNewswire/ --
WHEN
:
Starting 11:00 a.m. EDT on Thursday, June 14, 2012
LOCATION
:
Online, with complimentary registration
KEYNOTE:
Medical Devices Industry Manager Venkat Rajan for Frost & Sullivan's Healthcare Practice
As part of the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act (PPACA), a 2.3
percent excise tax goes into effect
January 2013
on the sale of nearly all
medical devices not sold direct to consumers. Though there are a number of
legislative and other legal measures in play that could remove the provision
before it goes in to effect, the potential of the tax has been identified as the
trigger behind a number of significant organizational changes that have already
taken place within many major medical devices companies.
New business models and other healthcare cost containment pressures beyond
the reform bill have forced companies to rethink their long term strategies and
approach to product development. Frost & Sullivan's keynote presentation will
take a look at the potential effects of those changing dynamics, and what it
could mean long term for stakeholders across the supply chain of medical
devices.
In addition to Frost & Sullivan's keynote presentation, other speakers and
moderators include:
Editor-in-Chief Shana Leonard of
Medical Product Manufacturing News
and Qmed.com
Editor-in-Chief Heather Thompson of
Medical Device + Diagnostic Today
Managing Editor Brian Buntz of
Medical Device + Diagnostic Industry
Sr. Sales Engineer Brent Hahn of Accumold
Technical Director John Whynott of Mikrotech, LLC
Associate Editor Camilla Andersson of
European Medical Device Technology
Editor-in-Chief Norbert Sparrow of
China Medical Device Manufacturer
Hosted by
Medical Device + Diagnostic Industry
,
Medical Product Manufacturing
News
, Qmed, and
China Medical Device Manufacturer
, this virtual event and
conference is solely dedicated to outsourced medical device design and
development. Attendees will benefit from a variety of presentations, panel
discussions, and chat sessions that will serve to educate medical device OEMs
on a selection of contract manufacturing topics. By attending this virtual
conference, attendees can interact and network directly with industry experts
and peers, download information and view presentations direct from their
desktop.