A quality management system (QMS) is essential to ensure that health care products are high quality, safe and effective. This page details the key QMS elements required for compliance.
A quality system needs to include tools, processes and resources that enable a company to fulfill quality management requirements. The following are key functions of a QMS:
Ensure that only current documents are used. Changes must be reviewed and approved. Documents and records must be kept for the required length of time.
Actions to identify, resolve and prevent product compliance issues.
Processes for identifying training needs. Includes ensuring that all required staff training is up to date and recorded.
Processes for conducting quality audits. Required to ensure the QMS is effective in the manufacture of safe and compliant products.
A proactive means to identify and control quality issues. Must be part of new product development, design change, manufacturing, CAPA and postmarket oversight.
QMS compliance is easier and more effective when quality is part of the business culture. Visit these free resources to learn how to ingrain quality in the value chain.
Closed-loop quality management elevates the company’s quality efforts. The concept involves effectively connecting people, processes and data up and down the supply chain. The end goal is ensuring process and product quality as early as possible and throughout the product life cycle.
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