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4th Annual Medical Device and Diagnostic Ethics and Compliance Conference

21 Oct 2013 - 22 Oct 2013 - Chicago, IL, USA



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4th Annual Medical Device and Diagnostic Ethics and Compliance Conference

The 4th Annual Medical Device and Diagnostics Ethics and Compliance Conference will bring together prominent compliance executives as well as representatives from government agencies to discuss current challenges and forward thinking solutions to some of the industry’s major hurdles. Through keynote presentations providing high-level perspectives, to roundtable peer-to-peer discussions where attendees will have the opportunity for close-knit conversations, this program will provide compliance teams with the information needed to remain at the forefront of good compliance practices. With Sunshine reporting starting August 2013, the conference will provide attendees with a unique experience; the opportunity to discuss best practices and challenges exposed within the first few months of implementation and execution




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