Webinars

    Improving Delivery of Health Care: 3D Printing in Medical

    Improving Delivery of Health Care: 3D Printing in Medical

    06.20.17

    Learn how 3D printing can cost-effectively improve care, refine new medical devices or speed advances at every step in the medical value chain from hospital innovation to lab and operating room efficiency, clinical training and education and patient care.

    Join this seminar to find out how to: 

    • Implement Rapid Prototyping within medical device development, and efficiently move from complex designs to end-use parts.
    • Utilize 3D printed models for surgical planning, minimizing time in operating room and patient ease of mind.
    • Create multi-color, multi-material anatomical models for clinical and surgical training.

     

    Speakers:

    Dr. Randy Haluck, M.D. - Professor and Chief of the Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Bariatrics, Vice Chair in Surgery for Technology and Innovation at Penn State’s Hershey Medical Center, Department of Surgery

    A leader in Surgical Simulation and Natural Orifice Surgery, Dr. Haluck has also collaborated a number of years with Penn State Engineering to explore novel areas of instrumentation and is involved in the exploration of 3D printing for prototypes and medical devices. He has also been involved planning for a“Medical Device Innovation Center” which will take advantage of Penn State’s leadership position in 3D printing and process technologies, materials,engineering, nanotechnology, and the life sciences.

    Scott Rader, Ph.D. - General Manager, Medical Solutions for Stratasys

     

    For over 20 years, Scott Rader has brought the experience and expertise to Stratasys in matching clinical needs to technology solutions from the conceptual stage to the challenges of commercialization. His experience spans the clinical domains of ophthalmology, hearing, otolaryngology, general and minimally invasive surgery, cancer, biomaterials, cardiovascular and orthopedics.
     

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    Using Technology to Turn Operational Excellence Vision into Reality

    Using Technology to Turn Operational Excellence Vision into Reality

    04.19.17

    When one hears the phrase “Operational Excellence” they think process improvement or increasing efficiency in the process. But most companies struggle to turn their Operational Excellence (OPEX) vision into reality. What happens AFTER you design your OPEX program? How do you improve effectiveness and efficiency while maintaining compliance and reducing risk?

     In this session we look to answer those questions by demonstrating how your refined process can translate into an electronic system that can help turn vision into reality.

    Speakers:

    • Ben Riblett, Principal, Quality and Compliance Services, HighPoint Solutions

    • Tony Parise, Product Strategist, Life Sciences, Verse Solutions

     
     Moderator:

    •  Sean Fenske, Editor, Medical Product Outsourcing

     

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    Location: Ramsey, NJ
    Contact: Sean Fenske
    Phone: 201-825-2552


    Risk Management Outside Your Four Walls: Implementing Risk Strategies for the Supply Chain

    Risk Management Outside Your Four Walls: Implementing Risk Strategies for the Supply Chain

    11.30.16

    The dynamic of business today is more complex than ever before. Globalization, product competition and the increasing of the supplier network has driven companies into far more directions. In addition, regulatory requirements are driving organizations to foster more traceability on product throughout the supply-chain. All this, and the visibility into compliance is greater than ever. How can companies navigate the complexities within their organization, while keeping a strong level of compliance?

    The key becomes one of risk-based thinking in supply chain quality. In this webinar, we will look at the various elements that focus on the ability to connect with the supply chain, while maintaining an acceptable level of regulatory compliance. We will look at the risk management activities that organizations are employing to create greater visibility and control in supplier management, building better relationships, and encouraging the supply chain to participate in the quality management process, while limiting risks along the way.

    You will learn:

    • About the current dynamic of business, and how the supply chain is factoring into the equation
    • The current risks associated with the supply chain
    • Current mitigation strategies to connect the supply chain to quality
    • Review the concept of leveraging risk-based thinking and risk management to supplier management
    • Look at the ways in which you can streamline and create efficiencies in supplier involvement in your process
    Speaker:
    Anthony Parise, Product Strategist for Life Sciences, Verse Solutions

    Moderator:
    Sean Fenske, Editor, Medical Product Outsourcing
     

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    Location: Ramsey, NJ
    Contact: Sean Fenske
    Phone: 201-825-2552


    Leveraging Leading Manufacturing Resources as a Medical Device SME

    Leveraging Leading Manufacturing Resources as a Medical Device SME

    09.14.16

    September 14, 2016 2:00 pm EDT

    Viewers of this presentation will gain insights into the business tools more often associated with larger firms that are available to small to medium enterprise medical device manufacturers. Educating key personnel from medical device SMEs will help them move closer to establishing four goals for successfully enhancing their capabilities—operational efficiency, improved access to data, flexibility/agility, and enhancing the customer experience. Equipped with this information, medical device SMEs will stand out within their competitive landscape, ultimately becoming a preferred supplier to their customers.

    Topics covered in this presentation will include:

    • Lean Manufacturing—Streamlining the production of a product, the implementation of lean strategies within the medical device space offers gains in assembly, manufacturing, shipping, and ultimately, time to market. With these time benefits come cost savings and enhanced efficiencies for the device manufacturer.
    • ERP Software Solutions—This software system offers users a centralized overview solution that enables the management of customer relationships, manufacturing operations, supply chain, and human capital. ERP offerings are often scalable and flexible enough to support long-term growth, while implementation can often be accommodating enough for most budgets.
    • Supply Chain Management—As medical device OEMs look to reduce the number of suppliers with which they are working, ensuring they maintain relationships with the very best ones is critical. This selection process can be tricky and one misstep could create significant delays for the OEM. Find out how best to “trim the fat” from the supply chain while enhancing the connection with the best partners.
    Speakers:
    Kevin Duggan, Founder, Institute for Operational Excellence
    Chris Oleksy, Founder, CEO, Oleksy Enterprises
    George Trudell, Partner, Ultra Consultants

    Moderator:
    Sean Fenske, Editor, Medical Product Outsourcing


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    Location: Ramsey, NJ
    Contact: Sean Fenske
    Phone: 201-825-2552