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  • Trend Analysis: A Method for Focusing Resources

    20 February, 2018 by Mark Durivage, American Society of Quality (ASQ) Fellow and Managing Principal Consultant, Quality Systems Compliance

    Probably one of the most significant concerns for anyone responsible for implementing, deploying and maintaining a quality management system is the prioritization of resources. Trend analysis is one technique that can help determine if something has changed with a process (quality, production, or service). Trend analysis can be used to monitor a process, especially non-manufacturing processes such as complaints, nonconformances and deviations to aid in the decision for escalation for corrective and preventive action (CAPA).

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  • Thoughts from 2017 PDA Quality Metrics and Quality Culture Conference

    24 August, 2017 by Stephanie Gaulding, CQA, CPGP, DPS Engineering

    I had the pleasure spending two days networking and discussing quality metrics and quality culture with industry and FDA leadership at PDA's 2017 Quality Metrics and Quality Culture Conference last February. This year's conference included some of the most candid and honest dialog on these topics that I've seen between industry and FDA to data. I thought I would share some of the messages and my takeaways from the two-day event.

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