Compliance concerns may be driven largely by the desire to say out of the regulatory spotlight, but it’s also a business strategy, a panel of experts told an audience during this week’s MassDevice.com Big 100 West event in Orange County, Calif.
Second Sight Medical’s Argus II "bionic eye" is likely the most talked-about medical device of 2013.
The retinal prosthesis, approved by the FDA last summer, isn’t slated to hit the market until 2014, but the buzz around the device is already at a fever pitch.
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MassDevice held its 2nd annual Big 100 Roundtable East event in Waltham, Mass., July 10. A group of nearly 250 med-tech executives and stakeholders gathered for an evening of networking, insight into medical device marketing and intimate interviews with Michael Mahoney (incoming CEO of Boston Scientific), Abiomed CEO Michael Minogue and GI Dynamics CEO Stuart Randle.
MassDevice.com is proud to announce an exceptional lineup of medical device leaders for the MassDevice Big 100 Regional Roundtable East on July 10, 2012, in Waltham, Mass.
The Big 100 Roundtable is a conversation among leaders – an unforgettable exchange of insight, ideas and contacts with the most prominent pioneers in our field.
If the good people of Orange County felt a gale force wind a few weeks back, it may have been a sigh of relief coming from the Irvine, Calif. headquarters of Edwards Lifesciences Corp. (NYSE:EW) after the FDA finally gave a much-anticipated green light to the company’s Sapien transcatheter aortic valve.
Edwards had been hanging fire since July, when an FDA advisory panel recommended that the federal watchdog agency approve the device.
Joe Kiani is part of a pretty exclusive club. The founder, CEO and chairman of Masimo Corp. (NDSQ:MASI) built the company up from a start in his garage to a publicly traded company with more than 2,000 employees.