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  • February Tip: Managing Updates to Regulatory Documentation

    22 February, 2018 by Tamara Burch-Williams, Professional Services Implementation Manager, MasterControl

    Tip: When the change occurs, review the current regulatory submission(s) and note where updates are needed. Even better, create a working or dynamic version of an updated submission.

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  • New European Med Device Regulation: 2020 Looms Large for Medtech Firms

    15 February, 2018 by Cindy Fazzi, Staff Writer, MasterControl

    In 2020, the United States will hold a presidential election. Tokyo will host the Summer Olympics. For the medtech industry, the European Union’s Medical Device Regulation (MDR) will take effect. Politicians and athletes have been gearing up for 2020 and so should medical device firms.

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  • What Do Changes to Australia’s PIC/S Guide to GMP Mean for Pharma Down Under?

    1 February, 2018 by Luana Carone, Solutions Consultant for Australia/New Zealand, MasterControl

    It’s said that change is never easy. But in the pharmaceutical industry, flexibility, and adaptability are part and parcel of successfully delivering the safest, highest quality products to a global market.

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  • Is Your Medical Device Company Headed Toward a 483?

    28 December, 2017 by Marci Crane

    Medical device companies that sell product in the United States should be ready at all times for a Food & Drug Administration (FDA) inspection. FDA inspectors have the authority to issue a 483 notice, which is officially referred to by the FDA as a “Notice of Inspectional Observations.” The seriousness of receiving a 483 should not be underestimated.

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  • Canada’s Evolving Regulatory Landscape

    26 September, 2017 Raleigh Malik, PhD, Sr. Scientist; DIA

    Canada’s sesquicentennial marks a period of advancement and newfound transparency, where the past has set the stage for innovators to generate novel, yet safe and effective, health care products for Canadians. From the discovery of insulin at the University of Toronto in 1921 to the development of the first HIV preventative vaccine in 2013 (which is currently undergoing Phase II trials), Canada has a rich history of drug innovation. However, with health care product innovation comes government oversight and regulations required to ensure safe and effective treatments for the public.

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  • Medical Device Firms: 3 Tips for Jumping Over the Dossier-Management Hurdle

    14 September, 2017 by Cindy Fazzi, Staff Writer

    For medical device companies, the ultimate goal is to commercialize their products, usually in more than one market. The road to a successful product launch in multiple markets is full of obstacles and one of the biggest hurdles is dossier management.

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  • Curing Document Control Conundrums: A Checklist for Sustained Efficiency and Audit Readiness

    25 February, 2016 James Jardine, Marketing Communications, MasterControl Inc.

    If a document control system exists to improve your organization’s productivity and help maintain a continual state of audit readiness, what rudimentary features does it absolutely need to have? The components that are deemed essential may vary slightly from one organization to the next based on individual business requirements, but the following checklist covers the minimum functionality that should be expected from a categorically complete document control software solution.

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  • New Developments in IEC 60601 Amendment 1 & Risk Management: Part 2

    21 January, 2016 Mark Leimbeck, Program Manager UL EduNeering

    When the 3rd Edition of IEC 60601 was published, two significant changes from the 2nd Edition were introduced: first, an expansion in the scope of the Standard from basic safety (only) to include essential performance; and second, introduction of a requirement for assessment of the risk management process applied by manufacturers in developing their medical devices.

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  • 3 Keys to Driving Collaborative Growth in Life Sciences

    26 March, 2015 James Jardine, MasterControl

    A recent study by LNS Research shows that life sciences companies are facing an unprecedented demand for better and safer products. Results from LNS Research’s surveys of industry executives indicate the pressures life science organizations are facing and the new technologies and processes they are employing to meet rising needs.

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  • Five Common Issues that could Jeopardize Training Compliance

    9 December, 2014 Cindy Fazzi, Staff Writer

    If your company is regulated, then you know that it’s not enough to have your quality standards on paper. You have to implement and integrate them into your daily operations and prove to regulators that your standards and policies work.

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