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Product Development Success: How to Efficiently and Quickly Move from Concept to Market
Orthopedic device development can be a lengthy and expensive process. Failure to properly navigate the development, quality and regulatory requirements can lead to gross timeline and budget expansion and potentially project failure. This webinar will guide OEMs, clinicians and entrepreneurs on quickly getting their ideas to market with an integrated development process.

Outsourcing product development needs allows you to move on ideas stuck in your pipeline while focusing on your core products and business. Additionally, leveraging a vertically integrated supplier for product development can make for a smoother design transfer process.

Lincotek Medical has assembled a team of professionals that provides an integrated experience for developing orthopedic implants and instruments. It includes robust QMS, regulatory services, dedicated prototyping, testing and an onsite cadaver lab, design transfer and full-scale manufacturing. Lincotek’s combined product development and regulatory experience has led the company to submit nearly 200 regulatory submissions in the U.S. and CE markets.

The webinar’s learning objectives include:
• Understanding the advantages of an integrated experience for the development of instruments and implants across all disciplines: spine, joint reconstruction, sports medicine, trauma and extremities
• Learning how to get ideas to market faster
• Realizing ways to save time and money in your product development process

Dec 9, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Neil Etherington
Director of Product Development @Lincotek Medical
Neil Etherington is responsible for new product development and client support in the U.S. Neil and his team are focused on serving the medical device market for large OEMs, small entrepreneurial start-ups, and everything in between by providing world-class creativity combined with an efficient and well-seasoned quality system to get projects to market. Neil has been in the product development industry for 17 years. His primary focus is creating and maintaining a win-win relationship with his clients while making the lives of patients measurably better. Neil and his family live in Logan, Utah. If he’s not in the office, he can likely be found exploring the mountains that surround his hometown.