About the Conference

Medical device software, whether embedded or part of a connected system, is increasingly prevalent and also an increasing cause of problems and enforcement actions. RA/QA, product development engineers, and compliance officers can have difficulty with what often seems like a black box, and working with programmers who have different cultures, vocabularies, methods, and expectations.

This unique conference on medical device software for non-software professionals brings together diverse experts experienced in bridging the gaps and providing knowledge and tools to help oversee medical device software and connected systems throughout the product life cycle, from optimizing a collaborative development process through validation, risk management, and postmarket surveillance and modifications. No software experience is necessary.

What you will learn:

  • Effective procedures for developing embedded software in medical devices
  • Common problems and disconnects with medical device software
  • Creating efficient teams for implementing software development
  • US and global software regulations and standards
  • Quality and compliance oversight of medical device software
  • Software human factors and usability considerations
  • Advantages and pitfalls of integrating off-the-shelf software
  • Validating software
  • Medical devices vs Medical Device Data Systems (MDDS)
  • Postmarket surveillance of software changes and issues
  • Risk management and software

Medical Device Cybersecurity - March 21-22, 2017 - Washington, DCMedical Device Cybersecurity - March 23-24, 2017

Immediately following the Medical Device Software conference, MedTech Intelligence will present a separate but related program on Medical Device Cybersecurity. A discount is available for people who register for both programs.

Medical device cybersecurity is a looming threat that often appears in the news. Unlike most cybersecurity programs that merely raise the dreaded spectre of what may go wrong, this highly interactive workshop focuses on practical steps that manufacturers can take. How can you design and test secure products, monitor safeguards for effectiveness, and what emergency procedures should be in place to minimize damage and liability in the event of a breach?

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CEU Information

Attendees can earn CEUs. 1 hour of the conference = .1 CEU. MedTech Intelligence will provide you a Certificate of Attendance with the amount of CEU's earned about three weeks after the conference.

MTI's conference CEUs can be applied to your Regulatory Affairs Certification.


  • Where

  • Hogan Lovells
    555 Thirteenth Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20004

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