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Works Quickly Meeting the FDA’s Quality and compliance requirements

Quality and compliance are vital issues for any medical devices company. Despite the fact that the FDA’s regulatory compliance requirements are the same across the industry; many medical device companies are shocked when they receive a 483, or a Warning Letter, or even a consent decree. Is meeting the FDA’s regulatory requirements something of a chance, which some organizations get by fluke and others don’t?

This is simply not the case. Quality and compliance are built into a medical device product. It is only that companies need to have the capabilities needed for meeting Quality and compliance requirements from a regulatory perspective. If medical device companies have to be successful in their endeavors in the future, they have to be adept at how to meet quality and compliance requirements set out by the FDA.

Quality and compliance to meet regulatory requirements

Why is this needed? Simple: If medical device companies do not meet regulatory requirements set out by the FDA; they are not likely to meet the quality requirements demanded of their products. As a result, apart from being unable to create products that appeal to customers, they could end up facing punitive actions from the FDA.

As said, meeting Quality and regulatory compliance requirements is not something of a gamble. Quality and compliance, which are the key inputs for meeting customer demands, can be fulfilled by putting a thorough process in place. These are capabilities a medical device company needs to have if it has to meet quality and compliance requirements and succeed in the market.

Learn the ways of meeting Quality and regulatory requirements from the expert

The method by which medical device companies can achieve regulatory compliance requirements and ward off punitive actions from the FDA will be taught at a very interesting and lively webinar from Compliance4All.

The speaker of this webinar, Susanne Manz, an accomplished leader in the medical device industry, who emphasizes Quality, compliance, and Six Sigma and brings extensive background in quality and compliance for medical devices from new product development, to operations, to post-market activities, will demonstrate just what medical device companies need to do in order to meet Quality and regulatory compliance.

To gain complete insights into how medical device companies can take the requisite steps needed for meeting quality and compliance requirements, please enroll for this webinar by logging on to http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501160?...

An explanation of the seven capabilities needed for meeting quality and compliance requirements

At this session, Susanne Manz will explain that there are seven capabilities that are needed for medical device companies to accomplish their aim of meeting Quality and regulatory compliance requirements. She will explain these and offer complete understanding of how the changing regulatory climate needs to be comprehended. She will show how to evaluate one’s capabilities to develop a regulatory strategy that will help companies meet their requirements, so that they become successful in the pursuit of their objectives.

Susanne will show how to develop strategy from one’s self-awareness of the Quality and regulatory requirements. At this webinar, she will cover the following areas:

o  Evolving Regulatory Climate

o  Seven Key Capabilities for Success

o  How to evaluate and map your capabilities

o  Quality Planning and Improvement

o  Maturity Modeling

o  Developing Your Quality and Compliance Strategy.

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