Ensuring market access for sustainable and safe medical devices
Most MedTech and welfare tech companies face challenges when implementing new technological and sustainable solutions, when compliance with standards, regulations and consumer safety remain the highest priorities.
Time-to-market is a challenge for MedTech and welfare tech products
Time-to-market is crucial for the competitiveness of companies producing devices, products, or equipment within MedTech and welfare. Short R&D cycles, rapidly evolving technology, growing risk awareness and increased user involvement all contribute to the need for more innovative use of technology to ensure fast launches of products. And when it comes to connected devices, e.g., remote monitoring or app-based solutions, cyber security is key.
But, in a heavily regulated industry such as MedTech and welfare tech, it can be challenging to implement new technological and sustainable solutions when compliance with standards, regulations and consumer safety remain the highest priorities.
An easy and safe way to customers and end users
That is why we strive to make innovation, development, test and launch of new medical devices and equipment easy and safe. To do this, we apply our impartiality and technological expertise, combined with regulatory knowledge and active participation in standardisation committees, and we ensure access to a wide range of testing facilities.
Shorter time-to-market without compromising quality
We ensure market access through:
The world's first automatic swab robot is Danish
Lifeline Robotics has developed the automatic swab robot and needed help to get an MDD approval.
Dansac improves their quality assurance competencies
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Knowledge of standards future-proofs medical devices
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Green design of medical devices
IoT as driver for a digital health sector
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Risk and safety management for medical devices
How to handle risk and safety management when you develop medico devices.
Healthcare and the Internet of Things
Remote monitoring in the healthcare sector requires interoperability of healthcare data on electronic platforms.
For more information, contact
Lars H. Hilligsøe
Executive vice presidentT: +45 29 67 92 25