Join KMC Systems at table 6 of the Next Generation Dx Summit from Aug. 20 to 22 at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Health Advances partner Kristin Pothier will discuss how to achieve commercial success with new medical product offerings at 3:35 on Wednesday, Aug. 21.
Here's the description of Pothier's Commercialization of Molecular Diagnostics presentation, according to the
Next Gen Dx Summit brochure:
New technologies of all shapes and sizes face a number of challenges during the initial phases of commercialization. In the IVD world, regulatory, pricing and reimbursement, test menu optimization and platform configuration are all critical and interrelated decisions. To ensure a final product meets end user needs, detailed and early voice of the customer research is needed. Such research, coupled directly to R&D and platform design efforts through unique simulation tools can ensure rapid IVD product development, reduce risk and reduce development cost all while ensuring a more robust platform configuration.
The Next Generation Dx Summit "offers a comprehensive view of the changing landscape of diagnostics and brings together the key players in the field," according to the summit website.
Meet with one of the top medical device companies
|Meet KMC Systems Business Development Manager Walter Gilde at the 2013 Next Gen Dx Summit.|
The KMC team would love to help you, whether you're interested in developing and manufacturing a medical device, or are looking for medical product design, development or manufacturing information.
Meet with Business Development Manager Walter Gilde to learn about KMC's in vitro diagnostics technology, point-of-care diagnostics technology, the molecular diagnostic systems we've developed and manufactured, and how KMC360® and Health Advances, LLC can help you turn your smart idea into brilliant reality.
We've partnered with top medical device companies for more than 30 years to successfully bring in-vitro diagnostic, surgical, therapeutic, life science and laboratory automation products to market.
The KMC360® Program leverages our more than 30 years of medical device manufacturing and engineering expertise, while reducing our clients' manufacturing costs and accelerating time to market.
KMC Systems began with the contract manufacture of an advanced clinical chemistry analyzer and now supports projects from ideation through commercial use through the KMC360® Program - a complete suite of services including
medical device development, design, manufacturing and field support services.
Our project expertise includes a variety of medical devices and instruments, including: IVD analyzers, therapeutic delivery systems, “point of care” diagnostic systems for physicians, and high-volume laboratory automation applications.
We hope to see you at this year's Next Generation Dx Summit!