Learn how you can leverage one of the top trends in the medical device industry, the MedAccred program. Many of the leading medical device companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, Philips, Stryker, Medtronic, Baxter, and Boston Scientific, are using MedAccred to improve product quality and most importantly reduce patient safety issues. As a supplier you can reduce scrap and re-work and improve final product quality, along with the opportunity to expand your medical device business. The U.S. Government is providing $1 Million in funding and support for U.S. manufacturers to help achieve MedAccred Accreditation. Discover how to take advantage of this funding.
Participants can expect to learn:
Connie Conboy, Director, MedAccred, is responsible for the MedAccred program, an industry managed critical manufacturing supply chain oversight process for the Medical Device Industry.
Bill Donohue, President, Executive Director, GENEDGE, has consistently been able to incorporate expertise within a wide variety of high impact disciplines such as Supply Chain Optimization, Growth Services and Innovation, Lean Six Sigma, and Strategic Planning. The creation and delivery of unique client solutions has been enhanced by his prior executive experience with market leaders such as General Electric (GE).
Anthony Cerilli, Director of National Programs, GENEDGE, is leading the national Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) program to assist medical device manufacturers in achieving MedAccred accreditation. This important MEP program is focused on growing manufacturing jobs within the United States while improving medical device product quality and patient safety.