LINK Medical gave an interactive talk at the ALEAP member meeting in Oslo last week, highlighting the key changes for complying with the new regulations. Wenche Grønnvold, Senior Medical Device Manager and Tore Gjørsvik, Project Director Medical Device talked about the updated Medical Device Regulations followed by a plenary session where experiences with the certification process were shared by all of the medical device startup companies. The situation concerning the Notified Bodies was of particular interest along with topics covering software and device classification. We are ready are you? Contact us to learn how we can help you prepare for the upcoming Medical Device Regulations: info[@l]inkmedical.eu
“Aleap is dedicated to supporting our member companies as they make their way to market. With the significant changes happening in the medical device regulatory environment we are proud to have Link Medical as a partner who can advise and guide Aleap companies through these challenging processes. Link Medical’s interactive presentation encouraged discussion and experience sharing between companies allowing some of our younger companies to quickly identify potential regulatory issues.”
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