21 CFR Part 820 outlines the current good manufacturing practice (CGMP) guidelines for developing medical devices. It governs the methods, facilities and controls used for medical device design, manufacture, packaging, labeling, storage, installation and service.
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21 CFR Part 820 establishes the basic requirements for manufacturers of finished medical devices. It is designed to ensure devices are safe and effective and comply with the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act).
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Complies with subparts C, D, E, G by offering a real-time view of the quality system for continuous monitoring and improvement. MasterControl automates design control processes, which helps ensure your design history file (DHF) is complete and accurate. With this approach to maintaining the DHF you have a complete record of the design that's always available. This makes it easier to demonstrate that you followed the approved design plan, which can prevent possible product recalls.
Complies with subpart B, section 820.25 by automating the management of all training processes. Easily route, follow-up and escalate training. Provide online exams, allow group sign off and automate sequencing of training tasks.
Complies with subpart B, section 820.70 by automating every step in the change control processes. Achieve faster turnaround times. Customizable reports show real-time status of change control tasks and the entire quality system.
Complies with subparts I, J by automating all CAPA processes. It integrates with other quality processes, such as document control, change control and audit. Allows for a holistic approach to quality management.
Complies with subpart B, section 820.22 by automating all audit processes. Simplify audit preparation, scheduling, issues, verification and completion. Reduces the time and effort needed to pass an audit.
Complies with Subpart M, section 820.198 by streamlining different steps and combining multiple sources of complaints under a single platform. It provides a configurable form that captures all necessary information and provides automatic follow-up notification to ensure timely responses.
Complies with subpart I, section 820.90. It automates processes set up to identify, evaluate, review and handle nonconforming materials. This includes all components, parts and finished products.
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