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LiveWorx 2018

s749 - Panel Discussion: Closed-Loop Quality for Medical Device Innovators

Session Description

With patient outcomes and lives at stake, quality is paramount for medical device innovators. Yet surveys show that fewer than 40% of medical device companies are able to close the loop on quality by making timely and accurate quality information consistently available to key stakeholders. This panel discussion will explore best practices from leaders who are driving or supporting product quality initiatives for their companies. We’ll explore the relationships between quality and compliance, quality and innovation, and how to transform a quality philosophy into a repeatable process.


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Healthcare & Medical Devices
PLM- Best Practices for Medical Product Development
Learn how leading life sciences innovators are transforming their approach to quality.
Get practical insight into the role of quality process automation.
Learn how leaders are managing quality documentation to fulfill regulatory mandates.
Panel Discussion
45 minutes
Session Schedule