A Complaint Management Primer: Compliance-Driven Strategies for Effective Complaint Management

Medical device complaint handling and adverse event reporting has been required since the first iterations of ISO 13485 and FDA guidance for quality systems. Yet, complaint management practices continue to be the top reasons for FDA 483 observations and warning letters.  This webinar will discuss strategies for implementing a complaint management process that facilitates gathering, evaluating, investigating and remediating complaints from the premarket stage to closure–and what practices to avoid.

Tues, March 19, 2019

Duration: 55 minutes

Sponsored by: AssurX


Med Tech Trends: Innovation and Adaptation

The medtech industry continues to grow though at a much slower pace than the previous decade. The industry’s long-term outlook is at risk due to underinvestment in digital capabilities, competition from technology and retail companies, and the growing need to demonstrate better outcomes. This webinar will keep you informed of recent trends in the medtech industry to stay competitive. 

Thurs, November 29, 2018

Duration: 60 minutes


Packaging Design Validation Testing

Manufacturers of medical devices need to ensure their terminally sterilized products are contained in validated packaging. Attendees of this webinar will learn about packaging design considerations and various package testing including shelf-life, distribution, strength, integrity, and microbial barrier.

Tues, November 13,  2018 - November 13,  2020(all day)

Duration: 44 minutes

Sponsored by: Nelson Labs

Disinfectant-Resistant Polymers for Medical Equipment Housings

The increased use of aggressive cleaners and disinfectants to prevent hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) has created an industry-wide problem of cracking in medical equipment housings. Proper material selection can prevent housing failures. When you evaluate chemical resistance for daily use in medical equipment housings, you must consider multiple factors, including the material's chemical compatibility under stress.

Mon, November 12,  2018 - November 12,  2019(all day)

Duration: 25 minutes

Sponsored by: Solvay

Rapid Molding vs. Traditional Molding

The plastic injection molding industry and its manufacturing processes have evolved through the years.  Gain an understanding the differences between the rapid and traditional molding processes and how each influences and impacts the outcome of parts, costs and speed to market. 

Wed, October 24,  2018 - October 24, 2019(all day)

Duration: 18 minutes

Sponsored by: Xcentric Mold & Engineering

Packaging Validation of Medical Devices – Impact of the Revisions of ISO 11607 and Suitable Strategies

The medical device industry is a fast changing environment that is continuously adapting to the constant challenges within the medical landscape. One such challenge is designing an evaluation plan for fulfilling the requirements for a suitable and validated packaging system using package testing that will comply with FDA or international health and safety regulations. This webinar will mainly focus on packaging systems for sterile products; however, several test models are suitable to be used for packaging of non-sterile products.

Wed, November 28,  2018 - 8:00 am PST / 11 am EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Sponsored by: Eurofins Medical Device Testing

Designing Vascular Access Catheters - Avoiding Costly and Life Threatening Mistakes 

Learn how Vascular Access Design can contribute to cost efficiencies and safer devices that could help your medical device company avoid costly and life threatening mistakes. 

Tues, October 09,  2018 - 11:00 am PST / 2 pm EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Sponsored by: Flexan, LLC

How Artificial Intelligence Has Changed Everything for Medtech

Join MDDI for a  webinar that will review the evolution of AI in medical devices and explore how it is changing medical device development and use.

Tues, August 28,  2018 - 11:00 am PST / 2 pm EST

Duration: 60 Minutes

Hosted by MD+DI

Keeping Your Biocompatibility Program Current in a Changing Regulatory Landscape

In this course you will learn what changes are occurring in regulatory standards, including ISO 10993, Medical Device Regulations, and FDA guidance. Then based on these changes you will learn how to keep your biocompatibility program current.

Tues, August 21 - Thurs, August 23, 2018 - 12:00 pm each day

Duration: 60 Minutes

Sponsored by: Nelson Labs

Overmolding for Medical

Overmolding is a great injection molded feature you can utilize in your design to capture color contrasts, add flexibility or eliminate assembly. Take advantage of this feature by learning how to design your medical part for overmolding.

Wed, July 25, 2018 (all day) 

Duration: 17 minutes

Sponsored by: Xcentric Mold & Engineering

Top 3 Medical Device Packaging Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

You’ll discover how to avoid these costly and time consuming mistakes, and instead, learn how to develop the ideal packaging solution for your medical device. The webinar includes a discussion of mistakes to avoid when working with a packaging supplier, the advantages of an inside-out design approach, and the reasons to consider all stakeholders in the packaging design process. If you are part of a design or new product team, you will want to join us for this informational webinar!

Thurs, July 17, 2018 (all day) 

Duration: 15 minutes

Sponsored by: CleanCut

Changing Expectations with Endoscope Reprocessing

Endoscope manufacturers and healthcare facilities are under increased scrutiny from regulatory bodies, including the US FDA. It is essential that both manufactures and end users understand the increasing requirements enacted to improve patient safety. This webinar covers the important changes enacted in industry standards and guidance documents relating to the reprocessing of endoscopes in healthcare facilities and the validation methods used to generate the reprocessing instructions.

Thurs, June 28, 2018 (all day) 

Duration: 45 minutes

Sponsored by: Nelson Labs

What You Need to Know About Design Validation

Design validation ensures that devices conform to defined user needs and intended uses under actual or simulated use conditions. When you truly understand the root of design validation—namely, your users—you are better equipped to define user needs and test them to meet the spirit of design validation as required by 21 CFR 820.

In this webinar, Jessica Lee, director of quality at Boston Scientific, will walk through the five W’s (Who? What? Where? When? Why?) to help you understand your users, using specific examples from Boston Scientific. She will also address frequently asked questions on topics such as leveraging, sample size, dry runs, and failures.

Tues, June 12, 2018 (all day) 

Duration: 45 minutes

Hosted by MD+DI

New Guidance on Product Family Adoption for Radiation Sterilization: TIR 35:2016

Product family grouping is discussed in Clause 4 of ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11137-2:2013 entitled ‘Sterilization of health care products – Radiation – Part 2: Establishing the sterilization dose’. This document is designed to provide general requirements and guidance for establishing a product family for radiation sterilization. This webinar will discuss the concepts found in this document and provide examples of how the guidance might be applied.

Tues, April 26, 2018 (all day) 

Duration: 45 minutes

Sponsored by: Nelson Labs

OEMs: Discover The Hidden Costs and Risk In Your Complex Supplier Network

Top medical device OEMs are evolving to optimize their global footprint to stay competitive within the industry, and outsourcing partners must evolve, as well, to adapt to new market demands. In this webinar, you will learn how to develop a stronger partnership with your suppliers by navigating the complexities of OEM supplier networks. VP Engineering, VP R&D, VP Operations, and Sourcing Directors will benefit from watching this webinar. 

Tues, April 10, 2018 (all day) 

Duration: 25 minutes

Sponsored by: Flexan LLC

Improve Your Design Cycle to Get to Market Faster

Manufacturing processes are critical to part outcome and getting to market faster.  It is important to consider key factors that will assist in improving upon your overall efficiency and production timing.  

Tues, March 13, 2018 (all day)

Duration: 30 minutes

Sponsored by: Xcentric