Remove the barriers to market readiness - UPDATED!
The TechMed Series ‘Remove the Barriers to Market Readiness’ is a one-year-course of sessions for (future) entrepreneurs and scientists in medical technology. The Series covers the most important, but also most challenging topics required for the development and production of a safe, reliable and useful medical devices. Following the successes of the past years, we have updated the program to fit your needs on the road to market readiness. During the sessions, you will work in groups to bring new knowledge to the test. There are no oblications, but we highly encourage you to bring your own case into the discussion! It is possible to attend the complete course, but also separate sessions.
The goal of the TechMed Series is to offer and share knowledge and expertise. It is the aim of the TechMed Series to bring medical innovations a TRL level further and closer to a successful market introduction. The fee for the series must cover the costs, and are not for profit.
the 8 sessions - 2019/2020
During the course of 1 year, 8 events are organized, taking place every month on an afternoon and focusing on one specific topic every session.
Getting started with your CE mark.
29 October 2019
Involving end-users in the design process.
26 November 2019
Risk management in medical devices.
10 December 2019
NEW: Software as a medical device.
23 January 2020
Clinical evaluation of your medical application.
03 March 2020
Prototyping and production of medical devices.
Design verification & validation.
23 April 2020
NEW: Finding Funding for your R&D.
28 May 2020
Organization & partners
The events are organized by the TechMed Ecoystem partners; by sharing our knowledge and expertise, we aim to bring medical innovations further in the innovation chain and closer to a successful market introduction. For detailed information about the upcoming sessions and organizing partners, please visit the TechMed event calendar.
The TechMed Series is a spin-off from the TechMed Proeftuin, an initiative by Holland Innovative, Unitron, Panton and the Strategic programme Sustainable Healthcare Technology of the TechMed Centre. The TechMed Proeftuin was funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union.