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Call for Entries - 2014 Medical Design Excellence Awards
Date:11/7/2013

Combination Products
  • Medical Product Packaging, Graphic Instructions, and Labeling Systems
  • Deadlines and Entry Fees:

    • Early: November 15, 2013 - $450 (reduced entry fee)
    • Standard: December 6, 2013 - $650
    • Final Deadline: January 10, 2014 - $750
    • Go for the gold! Enter today!

    Judging Process and Criteria
    Entries are evaluated by an impartial, multidisciplinary, panel of MedTech expert jurors. Unlike other design competitions, the MDEA Jury is comprised of a mix of practicing doctors, nurses, and technicians alongside industrial designers, engineers, manufacturers, and human factors experts. Selected products must pass design and engineering excellence, manufacturing effectiveness and innovation, clinical efficacy and overall benefit to the healthcare and medical technology industries. Watch this video featuring MDEA Jurors discussing the competition.

    Transforming MedTech—One Innovation at a Time
    Winning validates that your company, product development team, and critical suppliers place the patient at the heart of the innovation process. Winning also lets your customers, competitors, employees, and financial stake holders know that you are committed to creating exceptional MedTech products with tremendous capacity to help patients and healthcare providers worldwide.

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