Dealing with Innovation and costs In Orthopedics: how can regulatory and quality tasks become more cost-effective?
- Introduction on upcoming Regulatory and Quality challenges including main changes for the Orthopedic Sector
- Streamline of Quality and Regulatory activities in the value chain
- How to plan for cost-effective Regulatory and Quality tasks
- How to manage the increased regulatory burdens
Stefano is Senior Consultant at confinis AG, a consultancy specializing in providing advice and services to the medical device, pharmaceutical, biotech and diagnostic industries. He started his journey into the orthopedic and medical devices sector 2003 at Limacorporate where he covered several roles until becoming the Regulatory Affairs Manager. After almost 10 years at Lima he moved to Switzerland to join ZimmerBiomet regulatory affairs.
After a short experience at Sequana Medical, an innovative start-up based in Zürich that develops active implantable pumps for fluid management in the human body, Stefano moved to confinis to work as consultant.
Currently his main challenges are managing all Quality and Regulatory for small companies (e.g. spine manufacturer) together with a team of professionals and ensure every-day hands-on compliance.