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Medical Device Quality Management Systems Conference

Sept. 10-12, 2014, in Atlanta GA

Published: Friday, August 29, 2014 - 16:34

(Q1 Productions: Chicago) -- Across the medical device industry, from corporations preparing to launch a first product, to those with thousands of products being manufactured across disparate global sites, executives are constantly working to update, maintain and evolve quality systems to ensure the rigorous quality assurance required for medical technologies.

The conference will provide executives with an unparalleled opportunity to discuss the many changes that have occurred over the past several years, blending industry and regulatory perspectives with leading technology providers to ensure a well-rounded and thoughtfully arranged program. Sessions will cover many of the greatest challenges faced by executives, including the continued integration of varied quality management systems, whether due to legacy technology upgrades, making a transition to electronic QMS or due to continued acquisition activity across the industry. Auditing sessions will cover all aspects of the quality system, from conducting regular internal audits with staff and outside auditors, to a panel discussion highlighting recent inspection trends, and will close out with a hands-on workshop providing the audience a chance for real-time auditing experience and knowledge share.

Presentations addressing regulatory updates will include clarification on FDA guidance documents, as well as updates to European and Asian regulatory frameworks. In-depth analysis of change control, document control & management as well as supplier relationships will provide a well-rounded look into medical device quality management systems, allowing companies to prepare for the future and to continue delivering on robust quality systems.

The Medical Device Quality Management Systems Conference has been pre-approved by the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) as eligible for up to 12 credits towards a participant’s RAC recertification upon full completion.


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