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IMDRF 24-26 March, Tokyo, Japan

DITTA actively participated at the 7th IMDRF Conference held in Tokyo on 24-26 March.

DITTA contributed to IMDRF with the following:
– Organising a Workshop on RPS and SaMD on Monday 23 March
– Participating at the Management Committee Meeting on Tuesday 24 March
– Delivering the Industry views during the Stakeholder Forum on Wednesday 25 March. Click here to access presentation
IMDRF Presentation – DITTA Contribution to IMDRF Stakeholder Forum 4

The DITTA workshop delivered on Monday 23 March was organized this time a dedicated workshop on to RPS and SaMD. This workshop was well attended with approx. 100 participants.
This interactive workshop provided an opportunity to learn more on 2 work items under active development and to learn more on industry perspective.

Links to programme and presentations:

6.1 DITTA IMDRF Workshop on RPS and SaMD on Monday 23 March 2015 – agenda final

6.2 DITTA IMDRF Workshop – Monday 23 Mar 2015 – RPS – Nancy Shadeed

6.3 DITTA IMDRF Workshop – Monday 23 Mar 2015 – RPS – Industry Perspective – Hans Beinke

6.4 DITTA IMDRF Workshop – Monday 23 Mar 2015 – SaMD The Story – Bakul Patel

6.5 DITTA IMDRF Workshop – Monday 23 Mar 2015 – SaMD Industy Perspective – Peter Linders

JIRA Commences 2-Year Chairmanship of DITTA

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – DITTA, the Global Diagnostic Imaging, Healthcare IT and Radiation Therapy Trade Association, is delighted to announce that JIRA, the Japan Medical Imaging and Radiological Systems Industries Association, has commenced the 2-year tenure of Chairmanship for 2015 and 2016.
JIRA continues on leadership efforts from COCIR, the European Coordination Committee of the Radiological, Electromedical and Healthcare IT Industry, as Nicole Denjoy, COCIR Secretary General, chaired DITTA in 2013 and 2014. Nicole remains in the leadership as DITTA Vice Chair and also Gail Rodriguez, Executive Director of MITA, the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance, remains DITTA Vice Chair
Satoshi Kimura, JIRA Executive Director and new DITTA Chair, said, “We are grateful to COCIR for their 2-year Chairmanship and proud of DITTA great achievements during that time and are ready to continue our contribution especially during the forthcoming IMDRF which will take place in Tokyo on 24-26 March 2015. This is an excellent timing as IMDRF chair also moved this year from US FDA to MHLW, PMDA”.
In the past two years, DITTA launched a new branding and a publication on Refurbishment of medical devices; welcomed ITAC within its Membership; held Seminars on International Standards in Medical Device Regulations, and on Single Audit Programme; contributed to the IMDRF Stakeholder Forum since the beginning, the Second WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices, and the China International Medical Device Regulatory Forum (CIMDR) in 2014 for the 2nd time and was recently granted NGO status with World Health Organisation.
Nicole Denjoy and Gail Rodriguez, DITTA Vice-Chairs, said, “We are looking forward to continue the efforts under the leadership of JIRA and all other DITTA members”. Nicole added “In particular, we will continue to bring a global industry voice to IMDRF, share our competencies on standardisation and look forward to intensifying our cooperation with WHO”.
The 7th edition of IMDRF will take place in Tokyo, Japan on 24-26 March 2015.  DITTA is committed to continuing its contribution to regulatory convergence at global level and will be well represented there.

DITTA Publication – Refurbishment of medical devices

Refurbishment of medical devices – Contribution to Circular Economy

PDF available here.

Interactive PDF available here.

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