JALEX attending AAOS in San Diego, CA, Sept. 1-3

Join JALEX Medical September 1-3, 2021 in San Diego, CA at the AAOS Annual Meeting. JALEX will be exhibiting at Booth 4052 at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting. The event will take place at the San Diego Convention Center. We can’t wait to attend and see our closest friends and industry…

Medical Device Start-up Partners With JALEX Medical and Achieves FDA Clearance 5 Months Early

We completed our FDA submission during a federal government shut down and still managed to get the clearance ahead of schedule. I’d estimate five months early.” Vikash Goel Cleveland Clinic Innovations, the commercialization arm of Cleveland Clinic, nurtures and spins off breakthrough inventions into stand-alone companies. Vikash Goel is the CTO and founder of one…

JALEX (Virtually) Presents: Successfully Navigating the Medical Device Development Process with CNY Biotech Accelerator

Developing a medical device is an extensive undertaking that requires expertise in engineering, manufacturing, regulatory affairs, and quality assurance, to name a few. Having a thorough understanding of the medical device development process and its key elements at the outset is essential to planning the development of an approvable product and can help anticipate timing and costs. This session will take attendees along the journey of creating a medical device from concept to market and provide high-level strategies to consider along the way. A few case studies will be presented to demonstrate the importance of all aspects of the process and how they yield a successful product launch and beyond.  

Cures Act could be big win for biomed groups

Crain’s Cleveland Business discusses the new federal law that aims to speed up drug approval and increase investment in medical research. The article features members of the medical device and healthcare industry in the northeast Ohio area, including Jennifer Palinchik, President of JALEX Medical. In the article, she discusses the benefits the law could have…