As corporations look for diverse expertise and variable costs through outsourcing as well as looking to bring more through the pipeline with ever tighter resources, the challenges to managing the outsourced partners also increase.
Software verification and validation is a process that produces objective evidence that the software in a medical device has been thoroughly designed, tested, and meets user requirements. The level of depth of testing and documentation is based on overall risk. This installment of ‘ Ask the Engineer ’ addresses the question of when and where to start the software verification and validation process.
While an apple a day may not always keep the doctor away, a wireless patient monitor just might.