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Clinical-Grade Wearables for Improving Patient Outcomes

December 4-5, 2017
  • San Diego, CA

CBI’s inaugural congress on Connected Devices in Healthcare
Wearable technologies are on the verge of changing the landscape of how patients interact with doctors and life sciences companies. At the forefront are medical device manufacturers who are providing the technology worn by patients to streamline doctor visits, enhance patient engagement and provide pharmaceutical companies with critical information on drug usage and efficacy. As the development of these devices rush forward, it is critical for technological, regulatory and privacy concerns to be addressed.

IN-DEPTH SESSIONS AND DISCUSSIONS INCLUDE:

  • Smart Wearables 2020 — The Impending Renaissance and
    How We Will Live, Work and Play Tomorrow
  • Overview of FDA Regulatory Compliance Requirements for
    Wearable Devices
  • Managed Care Perspectives on Connected Devices
  • How Wearables and Digital Health Can Impact Chronic Pain
    and Opioid Overuse Epidemic
  • Using Digital Technology in Clinical Trials to Predict
    Patient Behavior and Optimize Compliance and Retention
  • Privacy and Security in Connected Devices
  • Compliance with FTC’s Section 5 for Connected Devices
  • Rare Disease Management and the
    Value Wearable Tech Presents

Connected Devices in Healthcare

Clinical-Grade Wearables for Improving Patient Outcomes

CBI’s inaugural congress on Connected Devices in Healthcare
Wearable technologies are on the verge of changing the landscape of how patients interact with doctors and life sciences companies. At the forefront are medical device manufacturers who are providing the technology worn by patients to streamline doctor visits, enhance patient engagement and provide pharmaceutical companies with critical information on drug usage and efficacy. As the development of these devices rush forward, it is critical for technological, regulatory and privacy concerns to be addressed.

IN-DEPTH SESSIONS AND DISCUSSIONS INCLUDE:

  • Smart Wearables 2020 — The Impending Renaissance and
    How We Will Live, Work and Play Tomorrow
  • Overview of FDA Regulatory Compliance Requirements for
    Wearable Devices
  • Managed Care Perspectives on Connected Devices
  • How Wearables and Digital Health Can Impact Chronic Pain
    and Opioid Overuse Epidemic
  • Using Digital Technology in Clinical Trials to Predict
    Patient Behavior and Optimize Compliance and Retention
  • Privacy and Security in Connected Devices
  • Compliance with FTC’s Section 5 for Connected Devices
  • Rare Disease Management and the
    Value Wearable Tech Presents