In this segment of Ask the Experts, James Thompson of Siemens responds to questions about how digital infrastructure is leading the way in medical device advancements and innovation.
The medtech regulatory environment in Europe has entered a new era. A Europe-wide medical device regulation has come into effect, presenting both challenges and opportunities for stakeholders in the sector.
With only one month until the compliance deadline, many medical device companies still have much to prepare in order to meet the requirements.
Achieving EU MDR compliance is considerably challenging for many businesses, which is why they must be discerning when it comes to selecting suitable partners.
One ill-prepared EO can impact the entire supply chain.
A recap of a recent effort involving a small group of AIDC experts in devising a data integrity scheme suitable for protecting a new device identifier used in modern healthcare applications against mis-keying. It presents the group’s undertakings in researching solutions to ensure identifier integrity, the challenges encountered, and how a more complete understanding of the constraints of the intended application led to a departure from the initial design and resulted in the elegant solution that exists today.
The latest regulations for human and veterinary medicinal products, as well as medical devices, include the mandate to set up databases with detailed information about available products. These databases must be realized and implemented in the near future, and require a concerted effort now if tangible real-world benefits are to follow.
With May 26, 2020 quickly approaching, every day counts.
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.