Two quick surveys for medical device companies – Pricing and Combination Products

1) AlixPartners is seeking input from medical device companies across the U.S. Please complete this short survey on pricing challenges. 

We are pleased to invite you to participate in a new survey focused on addressing the potential impact of recent pricing pressures on the medical device industry.  Please click on the link below to complete this survey.  It should not take any more than ten minutes to complete and neither your identity nor any company –specific data will be shared with other participants or with any third-party.  Your responses will be kept confidential. 

As fellow members of the medical device community, we share your interest in the ever-changing business environment in this sector.  We have constructed this questionnaire to identify the trends and strategies being used to deal with the latest stresses placed on maintaining pricing premiums.  We look forward to sharing the results of this survey, along with our overview of the current and future business challenges and opportunities with those that participate. 

AlixPartners-2012-Medical-Device-Survey

(This link will be available through October 1, 2012.  Please complete the survey prior to this date)

Thank you for your participation, and we look forward to sharing the results with you soon.

If you have any questions regarding the survey, please email lstarr@alixpartners.com

 

2) Complete a survey on needed improvements to FDA combination product regulation

“The Combination Products Coalition (CPC) would like your help completing a survey on needed improvements to FDA combination product regulation. We believe it would be very helpful for FDA to hear from industry what their real-world needs are in terms of guidance from the agency. Only you know the areas where you struggle to understand or apply the FDA requirements. We are asking folks to complete it by October 5, 2012 so that we can deliver the results to FDA later in October. It should only take a few minutes of your time, and the results could help improve FDA regulation.”

FDA Guidance Survey

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