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Beaumont Commercialization Center offers seminar on developing medical devices

Beaumont Commercialization Center : 15 August, 2008  (Company News)
Individuals and companies seeking best practices for bringing new medical technologies to market will benefit from a one-day seminar to be offered by the Beaumont Commercialization Center and Beaumont Hospitals.
The event will take place on October 7, 2008 at Oakland University and is designed for companies and individuals interested in medical device development and strategies for diversifying into the health care industry.

The seminar offers perspectives of regulators, hospital buyers, and industry leaders, all synthesised into one constructive day of learning. Experts from the Beaumont Commercialization Center will be joined by representatives from leading medical technology organizations, including US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Stryker, and Abbott. Planned topics include FDA pre-market approval process, the health care provider buyers' dynamics, and industry case studies of successful commercialization.

'This seminar offers a rare opportunity for attendees. No other course combines best practices from FDA, hospital buyers, and product development experts and presents it all in one, interactive day,' said Steve Ebben, vice president of planning and marketing for the Beaumont Commercialization Center. 'Beaumont has assembled these valued and diverse perspectives as a catalyst for advancing medical technology and regional economic development.'

The cost of the day-long seminar is $395 per person. To register for the seminar or for additional information, please visit:

http://www.beaumontcommercializationcenter.com/
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