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Pilot workshop

Safe-by-Design | June 6th 2024 11:00 CET online

Details

inXso is piloting a Workshop, “Safe-by-Design”, focusing on Human Factors as required by the FDA regulations and Quality Management System Regulation 21 CFR 820.30 Design Controls.

The aim is to give a good understanding of aspects and features contributing to inherent safety in medical technology, especially in an international context, including cross-national and cross-cultural design features.

The pilot workshop is organized on a pro bono basis to gather participant feedback, so the only requirement for participating is to fill out our questionnaire before, during, and after the workshop.

The workshop is divided into three parts:

  1. Pre-assignments 
  2. Online Workshop 
  3. Workshop wrap up with assessment feedback

The workshop is ideal for medical technology developers from TRL 0 to 6 aiming at the US market, but it will also benefit anyone investing in enhancing the safety of medical technology.

Maximum number of participants: 20

Priority is always given to one representative of a company or organisation.

East Asia Go2Market Trip | Info Sessions

Next info sessions:

  • May 22nd 2024  11:00 CET online
  • June 12th 2024 15:00 CET online
Details

The Go2Market trip is aimed at companies and organisations in the medical industry that want to discover their potential in East Asia, such as Japan, South Korea, and China.

Maximum number of participants: 50

Webinar | Discover Opportunities in the South Korean Healthcare Sector

Preregistration: The date and time will be communicated to registered participants.

Details

Medical doctors in South Korea have been resistant to the use of medical technology that involves the transmission of medical data over the internet. While these regulations were temporarily relaxed during the covid-19 pandemic, they have since been reinstated. However, these regulations are widely anticipated to undergo significant changes opening the Korean market to foreign medical technology companies. 

The aging population in South Korea is a pressing issue, with the country experiencing the fastest pace of aging in the world. By the end of 2023, the number of seniors in South Korea had reached 13.95 million. This demographic shift necessitates a significant increase in the public housing supply for the elderly , which currently stands at around 30,000 apartments. The private sector has responded with the construction of 39 silver towns, accommodating 8,840 households. Some of these private silver towns even include full-scale hospitals. However, there is still a need to design and construct healthy wooden buildings and implement technologies that facilitate healthy senior living.

Maximum number of participants: 50

Medical Industry Sector

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