The first Medical Device Regulatory Summit in India is being held at Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport on 29 November 2016. Morulaa HealthTech is pleased to partner at this event.
Medical Device Regulatory Summit 2016, is an event intended to raise awareness of the need for clarity on regulations, Intellectual properties and export & import guidelines for the Indian Market. The salient features/points of the Summit are,
- Reviewing regulatory and compliance landscape in the medical device industry
- Looking at specifications in the evolving regulations to create a strong and compliant framework within the organization.
Mrs. Harshita Gupta, Director of our Company has been invited to give a talk at the Summit. She will be speaking on ‘Regulatory Requirements to Import Medical Devices: Current Scenario and Future Possibilities’. Morulaa HealthTech is one of the leading companies from India that provides market access and regulatory solutions for medical devices and healthcare companies.
As a value add, enclosed is the link to the proposed Medical Device Legislation 2016. To read click here
Knowledge sharing session at the summit:
Topic: Regulatory Requirements to Import Medical Devices: Current Scenario and Future Possibilities
Speaker: Harshita Gupta, Director – Morulaa HeathTech
Key Points Covered:
- Overview of the steps to fulfill the current regulatory requirements for importation
- Key document requirements including labeling
- Benefits of the SUGAM online portal to apply for the import licenses and registration certificates
- Key roles and responsibilities of the Authorized Indian Agent
- Current Timelines for obtaining the licenses
- What to expect from the Updated Medical Device Draft 2016 if you are an Importer
To know more about Morulaa HealthTech’s services in the medical device and healthcare sector, click here
To download a program brochure, click here
Contact us at email@example.com to learn more and attend our talk as a delegate at the Medical Device Regulatory Summit in Mumbai.
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