Globalization Imports Courses - Imports Foods, Drugs, Medical Devices Courses
Foreign production of FDA-regulated goods and materials has exploded over the last decade. About 25 cents of every dollar spent by American consumers are on products regulated by FDA.
Learn how to import Foods into the United States
Learn how to import Drugs, Medicines into the United States
Learn how to import Medical Devices into the United States
Ready to import FOODS INTO THE UNITED STATES
According to the U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
(FDA) Importing Food into the United States is a trillion dollars business. Over 20 percent of Food products consumed in the United States are imported by Small businesses, and which have been increasing 5-10 percent per year
This course is designed to provide an introductory overview of manufacturing and applicable regulations in the pharmaceutical industry.
What this course Covers:
This 15-week course, students will gain invaluable insights from the expert on the FDA and regulatory affairs practices which they can apply.
What this course Covers:
This 15-week course, students will gain invaluable insights from the expert on the FDA and regulatory affairs practices which they can apply
Ready to Import Medical devices Into the United States:
This 15-week course (one semester) students/participants will gain invaluable insights from the expert on the Import Operations practices which they can apply. 8-10 hours of self-paced learning per week, entirely online.
The medical technology industry (commonly referred to as medical devices) consists of articles, instruments, apparatuses, or machines that are used in the prevention, diagnosis or treatment of illness or disease, or for detecting, measuring, restoring, correcting, or modifying the structure or function of the body for...
The U.S. medical device manufacturers market is estimated at USD 176.7 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 186.5 billion in 2021. There are more than 6,500 medical device companies in the U.S., mostly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). More than 80 percent of medical device companies have fewer than 50 employees, and many (notably innovative start-up companies) have little or no sales revenue.
Goals and objectives of the course, Ready to Import: The Complete Guide to Import Medical Devices into the United States:
Goals and objectives of the course, Ready to Import: The Complete Guide to Import Medical Devices into the United States
Identify new medical technologies and learn about:
Demonstrate understanding of the FDA Registration of a Medical Device facility , the role of the Agent, broker/filers, and the U.S. laws that governs them.
Demonstrate understanding of medical devices manufacturing and , current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs)
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