OIST Innovators Society Seminar - Bringing medical devices to the market
Seminar room L4E01 (Lab 4, Floor E) + zoom (Meeting ID: 959 3115 2658 Passcode: 914922)
Are you developing or want to develop medical devices, drugs or vaccines at OIST? Would you like to see your technology reach the hands of patients after they are developed in research labs?
Then, please join us at the next Innovators society meeting on January 27th, where Dr. Laurent Metz will give us a glimpse into his 20 years of experience of bringing medical devices to the markets. Laurent will guide us through the steps and basics of regulatory processes, that will steer the research & development of medical technology in the right direction prior to launch. His talk will include basics of health technology assessment criteria, policy, health economics, general evidence generation and reimbursement strategies.
Please join us in person or online to listen to Laurent’s helpful advice and guidelines.
Date: Friday, January 27th, 2023
Venue: Seminar room L4E01 (Lab 4, Floor E) + zoom (Meeting ID: 959 3115 2658 Passcode: 914922)
These talks are set up to share and learn new concepts that will help motivate and guide us to develop technology that could solve real world problems. So, please feel free to share the events, join in and ask any questions that you may have.
Please feel free to contact Shivani for any questions. Share the word and see you all there!
Dr. Laurent Metz has over twenty years of experience in market access, clinical research, outcome research, health technology assessment, pricing, policy and commercialization of medical technologies, drugs and vaccines. He has led the development and implementation of health economics and evidence generation strategies in most of the markets around the world and has been involved in multiple submissions to Health Technologies Assessment Bodies and payors in Europe, Asia, Latin America, the United States and Africa.
With the Eucomed in Europe, he has contributed to the development of position paper on the specificities of medical devices evaluation. He was the Chairman of the Eucomed Funding and Reimbursement task force, the Vice Chairman of the Medical Affairs group of the APACMED and a Lecturer at Stanford Biodesign in Singapore. He has established a market access center of excellence in Asia Pacific (32 people) and the global access organization for global public health at Johnson&Johnson.