Notified Body Increased Capacity
Unlocking the Future of Healthcare with NoBoCap
Empowering the MedTech industry by enhancing the efficiency of Notified Bodies and Market Operators, unlocking regulations, and fostering health technology innovation across Europe.
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NoBoCap project – a groundbreaking initiative under the wings of the EU4Health Programme. We are committed to fostering a conducive environment for swift and efficient advancement in the Medical Technology (MedTech) sector.
Our mission is to bridge the gap between Notified Bodies (NBs), the Medical Device Industry (MDI), Market Operators (MOs), and other players streamlining the complex process of dossier submissions, reviews, and approvals. By increasing accessibility and enhancing capacities, we’re working to ensure that innovative health solutions can reach the market more swiftly and efficiently.
Advantages of Collaborating with Us
Join us to be at the forefront of the MedTech revolution. Through our targeted training and dedication to emerging technologies, we stay ahead of the curve, ensuring our partners do the same.
We foster growth by facilitating meaningful connections. With our matchmaking platform, we link Market Operators and Notified Bodies based on competencies and availability, driving efficiency and success.
We empower all stakeholders in the MedTech landscape. From improving dossier submissions to reducing administrative overhead and optimizing regulatory pathways, we stive that your innovative solutions reach the market swiftly.
Core project activities
Short and Long-term Trainings
High-priority topics for both new recruits and specialist workforce in NBs and Market Operators (MOs), coaching and internship sessions
NoBoCap Matchmaking Platform
NoBoCap matchmaking platform that connects MOs with the appropriate NBs
NoBoCap Community of Clusters, Innovation Hubs & Partners
A better insight into new and emerging technologies and their impact on MDR and IVDR regulatory requirements