Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Product Development and Compliance

Navigating Product Development and Compliance

Helping to navigate product development and compliance for the life science industry. Our SaaS-based solutions enable customers to structure their data and automate compliance processes with built-in quality templates and automated generation of deliverables to save time and money, delivering their products to market faster with less risk.

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requirements | design controls | Design Inputs | 21 CFR 820.30 | user needs

The Importance of Linking User Needs with Design Requirements

By: Sally Carter
October 1st, 2020

There are many inputs to consider when designing a new medical device product: user needs, regulatory requirements, and internal and external customer requirements, to name a few. Finding harmony and documenting everything is not a simple paperwork exercise. This can be overwhelming to even the most seasoned medical device professional. How do you make sure the user needs are linked to actionable requirements, and ensure that all requirements have been addressed?

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design controls | Medical Device | Compass | documentation | 483

Mitigate the Risk of Receiving an FDA Form 483 with an Automated Solution

By: Deepesh Moolchandani
July 27th, 2020

Commonly issued after an FDA inspection, a Form 483 informs a company of observations requiring corrective actions. The Form 483 is often referred to as “Inspectional Observations” as it is a list of conditions or practices that indicate a potential violation of FDA requirements. The form is compiled in order of importance and is considered a snapshot of potential issues; it should not be considered all-encompassing.

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design controls | Thought Leadership

6 Questions to Guide Your Design Controls Documentation

By: Cognition Corporation
October 29th, 2019

Do you want to improve your design controls documentation? If so, the first step is to evaluate how your current processes and procedures are working and how effective their results are. To work through this process, there are six important questions to ask, ranging from your design outputs and risk management to the current state of your product data across multiple sites. Answering these questions thoroughly and honestly can empower greater levels of design controls compliance in your premarket submission activities.

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