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Commercializing Novel IVDs

Commercializing Novel IVDs: A Comprehensive Manual For Success
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Commercializing Novel IVDs: A Comprehensive Manual for Success

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Does your company have an idea for a novel biomarker test, but you’re unsure what the market potential will be?

Have you invented a more sensitive test to diagnose a common autoimmune disorder, but you’re unsure of which regulatory pathway to pursue?

  Commercializing Novel IDs

The process of developing a successful in vitro diagnostic (IVD) relies on the expertise of a diverse group of individuals, including the scientists who identify the biomarkers of significance, engineers and assay developers who translate those ideas into a tangible product, and the sales and marketing staff who get the product into the market. This unique manual will provide an overview of the major components to IVD development, from product conception through commercialization, and important considerations about individual aspects of the process including:

  • How do I approach the regulatory process?
  • How can I plan for market access, and what can I do to make sure my IVD will be reimbursed?
  • Specific chapters in the manual:
  • An Overview of the IVD Industry and Market
  • Product Concept Development and Validation
  • Diagnostic Development
  • Regulatory Considerations and Pathways
  • Market Access Planning
  • Commercialization Planning and Operations
  • Wrapping Up and Looking Ahead

This is not a checklist or how-to manual with step-by-step instructions to build an IVD. It is meant to provide an overview of the major components to IVD development, from product conception through commercialization, and important considerations about individual aspects of the process: How do I approach the regulatory process? How can I plan for market access, and what can I do to make sure my IVD will be reimbursed? These ideas don’t exist in a silo, but people are so focused on individual steps in the process they are responsible for, that the overall picture is sometimes missed. This is understandable—no one person can be an expert on every aspect of the IVD development process. The scientists in the lab may have little to no understanding about the different regulatory options and requirements that influence an IVD, and the sales staff may not completely understand the engineering process; neither is expected to! But it’s essential to understand and identify the necessary job functions to move an IVD from product ideation through successful commercialization. This book attempts to do that by describing the overall process of IVD development, who needs to be involved, and highlighting challenges and points to consider along the way.

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