The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced plans to implement changes to its medical device clearance process that would rely far less on older predicate devices and offer a modernized pathway for high-tech medical innovations. The changes represent a significant shift in the way the FDA approves devices for marketing in the U.S., a process first introduced more than 40 years ago. Specifically, the agency plans to change the 510(k) pathway required for new medical devices to account for advances in medical technology. Read more here.
"What's the Big Idea 48-Hour Pitch Competition" Finale
- Scruffy City Hall, Market Square
- Mar 01 2020
TAEBC Annual Meeting
- Schneider Electric – Nashville Hub 6700 Tower Circle, Franklin, TN
- Mar 05 2020
UTRF "Start-up Showcase"
- Pilot Flying J Ballroom C, UT Knoxville Student Union, 1502 Cumberland Avenue
- Apr 08 2020
- Knoxville Convention Center
- Apr 17 2020
Nashville Entrepreneur Week
- Various Locations
- May 11 2020