Medical Device Week, a Lachman Learning Experience™ provided a great opportunity for industry professionals to gain knowledge and insight into a range of topics critical to the medical device industry. Our initial feedback indicates that those who participated found it valuable and highly informative.

One of the most important topics covered was the FDA’s focus on evolving the medical device industry, ensuring safety, and enhancing quality among all manufacturers. Their goals are being met in part through two incentive programs – the Center for Devices and Radiological Health’s (CDRH) Case for Quality Voluntary Improvement Program (CFQ VIP) and the Center for Drug and Evaluation Research’s (CDER) Quality Management Maturity (QMM) Program.

To help medical device manufacturers better understand and participate in these incentives, we presented a free webinar, “FDA Incentivizing Organizational Maturity to Drive Product Quality,” on Wednesday, February 3, hosted by Vizma Carter, M.S., a Senior Associate in our Compliance Practice. The in-depth session featured an overview, requirements, best practices, and top strategies for successfully navigating these programs.

If you were unable to attend or attended and would like to experience a replay, the free webinar is available HERE.

We also posted some great original content on The Lachman Blog, covering many of today’s important medical device issues and topics in these articles:

And if you have questions about the topics we discussed, please reach out to us at or over the phone at (516) 222-6222.