Tag Archives: CSA

Steve Thompson

Risk-Based CSA Validation: Ensuring the Least Burdensome Approach

By Steve Thompson
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When it comes to testing, the most significant difference between CSV and CSA is that CSV focuses on a “test everything” approach, while CSA encourages us to use critical thinking to test more effectively. The following article outlines how companies can identify the appropriate degree of testing rigor for risk-based CSA validation to ensure the least burdensome approach.

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Automating Computer Systems Validation for Your QMS

By Davor Milosevic, Massimo Franza
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Regulatory requirements for computer systems validation (CSV) have long been in place, but their compliance requires considerable time and resources. In the life sciences industry, traditional validation processes add to project timelines and costs, affecting time to market and preventing the deployment of newer versions of software. In addition to improving accuracy and coverage, automated CSV processes can create the same artifacts as manual execution and expedite the upgrade timeline.

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Critical Manufacturing and Dataworks

Critical Manufacturing Partners with Dataworks To Enhance CSA Support

By MedTech Intelligence Staff
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“Many medical device and life sciences companies are still carrying out manual validation processes, using paper-based scripts, screen shots and pdfs. However, regulatory bodies, such as the FDA, are encouraging companies to take a more automated approach using computer system assurance (CSA). We are in a strong position to support companies in achieving the huge benefits this has to offer.”

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