Black will explain how information flow and a mix of quality, efficiency, and risk allocation can create a working partnership between OEMs and CMs.
Bethlehem, Pa. (PRWEB) September 26, 2011
Thomas Black, Vice President, OEM and International Divisions Sales and Marketing at B. Braun Medical Inc., will be part of an executive panel discussing strategies and common mistakes made in medical product outsourcing negotiations at the 2011 AdvaMed Conference on September 27, Washington, D.C. The B. Braun OEM Division (http://www.bbraunoem.com) of B. Braun Medical Inc. is an FDA-registered, ISO 13485 provider of contract manufacturing services for medical devices and custom procedure kits.
Black’s panel, entitled “Negotiating Medical Product Outsourcing Agreements: Pitfalls and Strategies,” will engage in a discussion of common issues facing businesses outsourcing design and production globally. These include proper performance criteria, regulatory reporting, IP issues, unique border issues, recall and adverse event responsibility and more. Black will explain how information flow and a mix of quality, efficiency, and risk allocation can create a working partnership between OEMs and CMs.
AdvaMed 2011, the premier MedTech Conference, will bring together more than 1,700 key medical technology executives from across the globe to discuss top issues facing the industry today. More than 60 companies will present to business leaders, investors, policy makers, and other strategic partners. Topics will range from cardiology, blood, monitoring, In Vitro diagnostics and more. In the past, speakers have included Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush, and U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
About B. Braun OEM Division
B. Braun is a leading manufacturer of infusion therapy and pain management products with an environmentally-friendly focus. Guided by the company’s “Sharing Expertise®” philosophy, B. Braun addresses the critical issues of infection prevention, medication safety and environmental responsibility by promoting best practices that help clinicians reduce medication errors, prevent healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs) and achieve sustainability objectives.
Consistently recognized by Frost & Sullivan and KLAS for its medical technology and support services, B. Braun employees share their knowledge with colleagues and customers to improve working processes in hospitals and medical practices and to enhance the safety of patients and healthcare professionals.
For more information, call 800-227-2862, e-mail us at inquiry(dot)us(at)bbraun(dot)com or visit B. Braun at http://www.bbraunusa.com