Whatever the demands of international regulators, it is public expectations that will ultimately dictate the need for life sciences companies to prepare complete and accurate product data that patients and healthcare providers can scrutinize on demand.
Label and packaging artwork processes play an important role in meeting compliance for EU MDR.
The certification comes at a time when many companies have been saying that the May 2020 deadline is too soon.
Class I device manufacturers need to keep on top of new classification rules to avoid loss of market share under the close approaching EU MDR deadline.
After a series of delays and false starts, EMA is now progressing its ISO IDMP agenda with firm intent. The first implementation guide is out now for consultation, to be followed by a second actionable version by next year. Life sciences companies targeting Europe will have a year to comply with all the measures—but this will be a lot of work.
Upgrading your enterprise labeling system could play a key role in ensuring compliance.
U.S. medtech manufacturers must also prepare for the UDI requirements under EU MDR.
Manufacturers Mentor and Sientra did not adequately comply with post-approval study requirements that look at the long-term safety and risks of silicone implants.
The regulation is bringing digital enablement to the forefront, requiring electronic instructions for use.
Learn about the new subclass for Class I reusable devices under MDR and the necessary steps to ensure compliance.