Consortium for Technology and Innovation in Pediatrics
CTIP - The Southern California pediatric medical device consortium

  • Unique Teams
  • For Unique Needs
  • To Bring Novel Devices to Benefit the Lives of Children
Supporting pediatric
innovation today.

Developing the pediatric innovators of tomorrow.


The Consortium for Technology and Innovation (CTIP) organized a round table discussion with a panel of experts who shared their perspectives on digital health strategies in the management of pediatric ...

Congrats Just Right Surgical and Russ Lindemann!

NEPDC and the Center for Translation of Rehabilitation of Engineering Advances and Technology (TREAT) are pleased to announce pediatric rehabilitation as the 2016 Target Challenge.

As healthcare continues along its perpetual evolution, those in the industry are continually trying to get ahead of the curve and find solutions to the biggest issues facing patient care and delivery today. Some hospitals and health systems have made a commitment to innovation by establishing their own centers and institutes for innovation.

On Wednesday, August 26th 2015, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced the release of its revised Priority List of Needs in Pediatric Therapeutics for 2015. The Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act of 2002 requires that the NIH, in consultation with the Food and Drug Administration and experts in pediatric research, identify the drugs and therapeutic areas of highest priority for study in pediatric populations. The list is organized by therapeutic area, which can be a group of conditions, a subgroup of the population, or a setting of care. BPCA legislation requires the NIH to update the priority list every three years. To view the Federal Register Notice and background: To view the 2015 Priority List of Needs in Pediatric Therapeutics: