Showing items tagged as Regulations

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    GxP Training Redefined?

    To meet GxP training requirements, it’s important to understand the basics: what GxP means, how it relates to regulatory compliance, and how organizational change management can help you ensure your team receives adequate and consistent training.

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    Challenges with Transitioning to the EU In Vitro Diagnostic Devices Regulation

    The deadline for the European Union’s (EU) In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation (IVDR) is about a year away, and if you haven’t started preparing, now is the time. Understand the challenges you might face during the process and what you can do to address them.

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    Can I get a Translation Please? Tips to Ensuring Productive Communications with Regulatory Authorities, Part Two

    Understand simple strategies for communicating with your review team to ensure you’re speaking a language that your regulatory authority understands, and more importantly, a language that can get your product to market.

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    Trend Analysis: Making the Most of Meaningful Quality Data

    Trend analysis in quality management is particularly useful for monitoring process changes that can yield substantial process improvements. Learn how advanced digital tools can supercharge your trend analysis capabilities by providing access to real-time, connected quality data.

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    FDA’s New 510(k) Pathway Highlights Safety and Performance Data

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to create avenues for life sciences companies to get products approved and on the market at a faster pace. The agency set up a new 510(k) pathway for achieving market approval, which is device-specific and based on safety and performance data. In pursuing this pathway, the agency emphasizes the importance of continuous improvement and effective data management.

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    Mind the Gap! The 3 Biggest Gaps Faced When Implementing IVDR

    If you are preparing to implement IVDR, there are specific gaps that are easily missed. Ensure the intended purpose is clear, risk management issues have been addressed, and pay close attention to details.

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    Christmas Comes Early to Medtech: U.S. Repeals Device Excise Tax

    With the release of the ninth and final Star Wars film in the so-called Skywalker saga, December 2019 was a big month for fans. It was even a bigger month in the medtech galaxy, where the U.S. Congress’ permanent repeal of the 2.3% device excise tax extends a prime opportunity to device makers to reinvest the savings in cost-competitive measures.

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    To Pre-Sub or Not to Pre-Sub? Weighing the Value of the FDA’s Pre-Submission Program

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Pre-Submission program was created to with the intent of lowering medical device companies’ submission times. Gain some valuable insights about how the program can help you get clearance for your device and increase speed to market.

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    The Standards Harmonization Process and 5 Tips to Manage It With EU MDR

    There’s been considerable disquiet over the lack of available harmonized standards to support the European Union’s Medical Device Regulation (MDR). Learn about European harmonization standards processes and how medical device manufacturers can best manage the current state of regulatory uncertainty.

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    5 Ways to Prepare for the Future of Quality Now

    The future of quality is closer than you might think, and the time to prepare is now. During the 2019 Masters Summit, MasterControl Partner KPMG presented a session on the future of quality and how it can help the life sciences industries now.

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    Why MDSAP Opens a World of Opportunity for Med Devices

    Global regulatory agencies are rallying to help drive the momentum for medical device innovation. The International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF) recently implemented a regulatory consortium called the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP). The program is designed to grant regulatory approval of medical devices in several global regions through a single audit. In this article, Luis Jimenez, vice president of business development at Brandwood CKC, discusses why this program is highly beneficial for medical device manufacturers.

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    The FDA Unveils Draft Guidance on ASCA for Device Conformity Assessment Testing

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently received draft guidance on its proposed pilot program, the Accreditation Scheme for Conformity Assessment (ASCA), for medical device premarket reviews. The intent of the pilot is to realize greater efficiencies and confidence in the testing and reviews process for all involved parties. Find out if ASCA might be viable for your organization.

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    Q&A: Device Manufacturers’ FAQs on the EU’s Medical Device Regulation (MDR)

    Medical device manufacturers globally are grappling to recertify their devices against the European Union’s new Medical Device Regulation (MDR), which takes affect May 26, 2020. To help manufacturers make sense of the MDR, a Q&A was conducted with two medtech subject matter experts who tackle some of the most commonly asked questions about the MDR and how to approach it.

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    Tips on How the TGA Regulates Drugs, Devices and Combination Products

    Global regulatory requirements are seemingly in a state of constant flux. Thus, it can be confusing for life sciences companies to grasp the exact nature of each region’s regulatory agency policies. This article breaks down some of the regulatory basics and more nuanced portions of Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).

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    Building an Effective Global Regulatory Strategy for Medical Devices

    As new technologies evolve, the device requirements for medical device companies in various global markets has become more complex and nuanced. To be successful in key markets around the world, device makers need to study these regulatory environments and develop a strategy to more seamlessly and efficiently acquire regulatory approvals.

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    Regulatory Changes Top the List of 2019 Med Device Trends to Watch For

    If you belong to the medical device industry, a perfect storm of regulatory changes is heading your way. The changes in Canada and Europe are at the top of a list of developments and trends to watch for this year, according to four medical device experts.

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    4 Tips to Improve Your Medical Device Regulatory Submissions

    Regulatory affairs (RA) professionals in the medical device industry essentially want the same thing: to improve their submissions worldwide for a faster time to market. Alex Butler, an industry veteran, has two words for his peers — global approach. He shares some tips for achieving an effective global strategy.

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    Quality Assurance and Quality Control: What's the Difference When It Comes to Managing Quality?

    Quality assurance and quality control functions in the manufacturing process may share some similarities but they’re actually quite different animals. Learn about the purpose of each and their relationship to each other in enabling life sciences and other regulated manufacturers to maintain a high level of quality and compliance for their products.

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    Advancing the Regulatory Profession in Utah

    Based on recent economic study and the establishment of the Silicon Slopes technology corridor, Utah has one of the fastest-growing life sciences communities in the U.S. Learn about the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society’s (RAPS) new Utah Chapter and what the organization is doing to attract more regulatory affairs experts to life sciences careers.

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    Getting Paid: A Shifting Medical Device Reimbursement Landscape in Australia

    Australia is increasingly an attractive market for medical device manufacturers. But medtech companies need to know the complexities of the country’s blended public and private hospital systems to avoid confusion and fully profit from its device reimbursement opportunities.

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