The Medical Device Epidemiology Network (MDEpiNet) is a global Public-Private Partnership that brings together leadership, expertise and resources from health care professionals, industry, patient groups, payers, academia and government to build a national patient-centered medical device evaluation system to conduct medical device research and surveillance. MDEpiNet’s main activities include:

  1. Conducting studies to better understand how devices perform in the real-world.
  2. Developing methodologies to support the use and creation of real world evidence.
  3. Building strategically Coordinated Registry Networks (CRN) to advance the collection and use of real-world data.
  4. Collaborating with NESTcc to link CRNs with other data partner networks.

 MDEpiNet envisions a future with more efficient medical device studies and greater patient, clinician and public trust in medical devices.

Program Contacts: 
Art Sedrakyan

Population Health Sciences 402 E. 67th St. New York, NY 10065 Phone: (646) 962-8001