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AGA Tech Summit: Connecting Stakeholders in GI Innovation

Nov. 27, 2017

Attend the only GI-centric forum dedicated to advancing medical innovation in the GI space.

Join AGA and key stakeholders from the physician, medtech, investor and regulatory communities for the 2018 AGA Tech Summit in Boston, MA, March 21–23. This unique forum is ideal for examining critical elements impacting the adoption, coverage and reimbursement of new medical devices/technologies in the GI space.

Our expert faculty will also take a closer look at:

  • How startups can best position their medical device/technology for funding.
  • The impact of digital health on GI disease, including opportunities to address unmet needs.
  • What to expect after your medical device/technology has passed the clinical trial process.
  • Strategies industry can implement to lead initiatives on health care quality.

We hope to see you this spring in Boston. To learn more and register, visit the Tech Summit website.

Apply for the AGA "Shark Tank"
Calling all companies and entrepreneurs with an innovative technology or FDA-regulated product. If you're looking for insight on financing, licensing or distribution, you’re encouraged to apply for an opportunity to present during the "Shark Tank" session at the 2018 AGA Tech Summit. A panel of experts will provide valuable feedback to help you realize your goal of commercialization. Apply today.

Introducing the All-New Innovator Package 
Meet one-on-one with up to four experts in the GI space to discuss your challenges, needs and next steps for taking your idea from concept to reality. Add the package when you register for the Tech Summit. Limited to five slots, so register today.

   Join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #AGATech.

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