Importing and Exporting Medical Devices: A Primer on Regulatory Strategy and Requirements
The webinar on Importing and Exporting Medical Devices will provide a broad overview of the requirements and expectations and an introduction to the regulations, including 21 CFR 1, Subpart E-Imports and Exports, and you will learn and understand the import and export process for unapproved and approved medical devices and the documentation process involved.
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
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Product Id : 503664
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Any medical device that is legally in the U.S. may be exported anywhere in the world without prior FDA notification or approval. The export provisions under section 802 of the FD&C Act only applies to unapproved devices. Devices that have not been approved or cleared in the U.S. must follow the export provisions of the FD&C Act. Foreign firms that manufacture medical devices and/or products that emit radiation that are imported into the United States must comply with applicable U.S. regulations before, during, and after importing into the U.S. or its territories.
All medical devices that are imported into the U.S. must meet Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) requirements in addition to FDA. Product that does not meet FDA regulatory requirements may be detained upon entry.
This Webinar will provide a broad overview of the requirements and expectations and an introduction to the regulations, including 21 CFR 1, Subpart E-Imports and Exports. Entry information should identify the product and include appropriate information to demonstrate that the product is in compliance with FDA regulations. Product information should include device name and product code. The affirmation of compliance should include: importer registration number, foreign establishment registration number and name of U.S. agent, medical device listing number, and Premarket Notification 510(k) or Premarket Approval number, if applicable. For exporting, while FDA does not place any restrictions on the export of devices, certain countries may require written certification that a firm or its devices are in compliance with U.S. law. In such instances FDA will accommodate U.S. firms by providing a Certificate for Foreign Government (CFG). Learn the process for unapproved and approved medical devices to be exported and the documentation process involved.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Examine the import and export requirements for medical devices
- Introduction to FDA references and guidance documents related to import and export requirements
- Understand the regulatory process if you are a foreign manufacturer or initial importer and want to sell your device in the U.S.
- Import Alerts
- Recordkeeping requirements and your responsibilities
- How to export unapproved and approved medical devices
- All levels of Management and Departmental Representatives and those who desire a Better Understanding or a "refresh" Overview of the Export/Import process
- Regulatory Affairs
- Clinical Affairs
- Quality and Compliance
- Marketing & Sales
- Distributors/Authorized Representatives
- Engineering/Technical Services/Operations
David R. Dills, is Director of Regulatory Services at CROMSOURCE, an international contract research organization (CRO) to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. Mr. Dills has more than 28 years of experience in the medical device and pharmaceutical industry.
He has held positions of increasing responsibility with sponsor and service companies of various sizes, including large, global OEM's/sponsors, consultancies and a global CRO, as well as virtual, small, mid and large-sized enterprises and has serviced sponsors and clients in multiple global locations.
Mr. Dills most recent position was President and Principal, Global Regulatory Affairs Consultant with a consultancy in the US, and prior to that he served in senior level regulatory and compliance roles for various organizations.
He has a range of expertise in different therapeutic areas and medical specialties for pharma and medical devices, including combination products.
David enjoys interpreting the regulatory precedents and new legislation, developing the regulatory strategy as part of strategic regulatory consulting, Agency meeting preparation and engagement, conducting persuasive communication with regulatory authorities, executing an effective path to approval for submissions and marketing applications with multi-country registrations and approvals, developing GxP compliance strategies from premarketing to postmarketing from R&D, Manufacturing/Operations, Postmarket and to delivering regulatory and compliance training to internal and external stakeholders, and striving for overall corporate compliance with regulations in The Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific.
He has managed regulatory and compliance projects with multiple competing priorities having a direct impact on site operations commercial opportunities and enjoys adding business value to clients by providing strategic and tactical solutions that facilitate the achievement of regulatory and compliance milestones and on minimizing delays due to noncompliance and regulatory risk.
He has worked directly with global manufacturers and sponsors engaged in compliance remediation activities and services involving enforcement actions and customer generated compliance events, inspection preparation, among other regulatory and compliance responsibilities.