The Interagency Council on Biomedical Imaging in Oncology brings together representatives of the Federal Government and technology developers to expedite the process of bringing new products to market.
Government officials on the Council represent three Department of Health and Human Services agencies:
Success in bringing a new biomedical imaging technology to market hinges on the following:
The Council's representatives from NCI, FDA, and CMS can help you prepare to meet these criteria for success. You will receive advice from a multi-agency perspective on the spectrum of scientific, regulatory, and reimbursement issues related to developing your imaging device or technology. Presenting to the Council is…
Any business or any academic investigator developing a device or technology relevant to biomedical imaging in cancer may submit a request to present. Small businesses are encouraged to apply.Word format, PDF format) and fax to Paula Jacobs at 301-480-3507 or submit the necessary information in an email to email@example.com. You will receive an acknowledgment of receipt in approximately one week. Within 30 days, the Council will let you know about acceptance of your request.
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Requests are due on February 8, 2011, for the next Council meeting on March 8th, 2011, from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The next 2011 meeting is scheduled for October 18, 2011, with requests due 1 month in advance.
A presenter typically meets with the Council for approximately an hour for an informal discussion. The focus is on answering the presenters' questions. The proceedings are confidential. At the end of the session, the Council summarizes the main issues and recommends a potential action plan. The Council will send a written summary of the session within a month.
Technologies presented in the past have included:
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