Learn how your peers in MedTech assess and mitigate risks and improve logistics to build more sustainable, resilient supply chains.
Data integrity issues have plagued the pharma industry since its inception. Blockchain, with its potential to assist in processes from product serialization to data flow tracking, could be the best solution yet.
The purpose of the Best Practices in Supply Chain Resiliency and Quality Working Group is to improve medical device quality and supply chain resiliency by expanding MedAccred adoption through the tiers in the supply chain, identifying best practices to supplement efforts in quality assurance and procurement strategies, and to help mitigate supply chain risks.
Data analytics can provide a more streamlined view of your customers and simplify the complex challenges faced by medical device commercial operations teams.
The exemption reduces the regulatory burden on the medical device industry—including the time and costs involved in preparing, submitting and responding to requests for additional information.
Medical device companies have upped their game in product security and regulatory compliance, but they might not be ready for a catastrophic event.
A Q&A on how device companies can respond to supply chain risks and regulations.
The company’s Bakken Research Centre in the Netherlands is centrally located for technology development and collaboration with physicians.
Regulations, cost pressures drive medical device companies to innovate.
Josh Cannon explains how technology can improve visibility throughout the supply chain.