DeviceTalks Minnesota 2018

WTWH Media, the parent company of, Medical Design & Outsourcing and DeviceTalks, is proud to announce an agreement to bring two of the Minnesota medtech industry’s most respected events into its DeviceTalks Minnesota event.

DeviceTalks, founded in 2011, is an industry-leading conference held annually in three key medical device markets. It origi nated as an offshoot of, one of the most widely read and respected publications in the medical device world.DeviceTalks Minnesota will be held on June 4-5, 2018 at the Intercontinental Saint Paul Riverfront in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

For the next two years, Medical Alley Association will host its Regulatory 101 and Clinical 101 programs at DeviceTalks Minnesota in 2018 and 2019, according to the agreement.The Medical Alley Association serves the individuals and organizations that comprise Minnesota’s health industry by influencing policy, fostering connections and providing critical intelligence to improve the quality  of health around the world. Medical Alley is considered one of the premiere health technology industry councils in the world.

“I’m honored to work with Medical Alley on helping to preserve and grow the legacy of these key programs for the Minnesota medical technology ecosystem,” said DeviceTalks founder Brian Johnson. “As we continue to grow the DeviceTalks brand across the country, it’s essential to have partners like Medical Alley.”

“The Regulatory and Clinical 101 series have a 20 year history of raising the quality bar in Medical Alley’s medical device community,” said Frank Jaskulke, Vice President Intelligence, Medical Alley. “Partnering with DeviceTalks ensures they continue delivering the best in training and provides opportunities to expand their reach and impact.”

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