MDIC Webinar: Practical considerations for measuring and integrating patient preference information into your regulatory submission

When: 15/03/2016 - 15/03/2016
Where: Webinar

Join the next MDICx webinar, featuring speakers from the MDIC Patient Centered Benefit-Risk Steering Committee.

With the release of the FDA/CDRH draft guidance on patient preference information in May 2015, as well as the publication of the MDIC Framework and Catalog for integrating patient perspectives into the regulatory review of medical devices, many medical device companies are thinking about whether they should be including patient preference information in their regulatory submissions, and if so, how exactly to go about collecting that information.

This webinar will discuss the practical implications of the MDIC Patient Preference Framework and the CDRH draft guidance on patient preference. 

  • Should your company be investing in collecting patient preference information?
  • What are some of the practical challenges for measuring patient preference information?
  • What do you do with the patient preference information once you’ve collected it? 

The webinar will also feature case studies of patient preference studies and the impact of those studies on product development.  Bring your questions as we plan to discuss everything you want to know about translating the field of patient preference assessment into your organization. 

Speakers: 

Bennett Levitan, MD, PhD | Senior Director, Epidemiology at Janssen R&D Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson

John F P Bridges, PhD | Associate Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Brett Hauber, PhD | Senior Economist and Vice President of Health Preference Assessment at RTI Health Solutions

Register at: http://mdic.org/mdicx/


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