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Medical Device Value Communication Summit

25 Feb 2013 - 26 Feb 2013 - San Diego, USA



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As medical and scientific information dissemination becomes more detailed and complex, the role of Medical Affairs has become crucial to the future success of device companies.

The function of Medical Affairs is in a transition in order to meet a growing list of needs from a growing list of stake-holders. Payers, political organizations, regulatory agencies, patients, pharmacies, and physicians are now in constant coordination with the Medical Affairs group.

In order to weather this storm, medical device companies must strategically organize the division of medical affairs to best serve internal resources and external stakeholders.

Join us this February at the Medical Device Value Communication Summit and benchmark with other medical device companies on how they are preparing this critical function. Case-studies, educational sessions, panels and more will be designed to provide attendees with tangible best-practices that can be easily implemented within any size company at various experience levels.

The Medical Device Value Communication Summit will explore case-studies, educational sessions, and panels designed to explore tangible best-practices.



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