Advances in medtech prototyping are driving new manufacturing capabilities. An on-demand medtech contract manufacturer offers one perspective.
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Designers should understand the commercial, technical, and compliance aspects of manufacturing to produce devices effectively while minimizing costs, says an expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis’s MedTech Central.
The more characteristics a product has that are associated with successful risk-sharing arrangements, the more such an arrangement is likely to succeed.
Lionel Jeannin, fellow, global packaging & device development, Novartis Pharma AG, offers some insights on how partners can collaborate.
In this fast-paced environment, there is a real need for partners who can expedite the launch of highly-complex, critical parts while holding a firm commitment to the quality and standards. Contract manufacturers can adapt these philosophies to understand how to help customers turn vital deadlines into finish lines.
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There are significant opportunities for med tech companies to improve their working capital and inventory management practices by outsourcing non-critical areas of procurement.
It's important to ensure you have the correct terms in contracts for services before you sign on the dotted line.
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It is paramount for medical device companies to ensure standard purchase and supply documents address key requirements, legal terms, and specifications.