Kalorama Information will deliver a keynote presentation at this year’s BioMedDevice, on May 15th and participate in an point of care testing panel on May 16th in Boston, MA.  This meeting is New England’s largest medical technology event, featuring the most extensive showcase of medtech, design engineering, and embedded systems products from top companies on one floor.  As part of the events,  Kalorama Publisher Bruce Carlson will kick off the meeting with an address on “The IVD Market Opportunity: Fast-Growth Markets, New Products, Disruptive Trends.”  Wed. May 15| 10:25 AM – 11:00 AM | Center Stage, Booth 543.

There are many factors prompting the rise of diagnostic services to monitor health, which in turn is stoking the growth of the IVD market. Trends such as technological advancements, rising end-user awareness, and miniaturization are driving demand for point-of-care products and have increased access to diagnostic tests near the patient site. But, with growth comes new regulations and implementation dates put forth for medical device manufacturers active in Europe. Compliance deadlines for 2020 and 2022 are looming.
Topics covered include:
  • Retail clinics, direct-to-consumer marketing, accelerated aging, and trends driving new product development in the IVD space
  • Point-of-care, fingerstick, wearable, and other products moving IVD diagnostics forward
  • New European IVDR affecting 80% of IVD products – what you need to know
  • Exclusive discounts on Kalorama Information’s The Worldwide Market for In Vitro Diagnostic Tests market research report to attendees
  • “IVD Market Trends” PowerPoint available for download after the event for attendees