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Medical Device Webinar: Move from Document-Based Design Control and Risk Management

Medical device companies are on the cutting-edge of advancing health care. Along with facing relentless pressures to innovate and release quality products, they also must comply with regulations and standards to remain competitive.

On Tuesday, August 4th, we’ll be hosting a webinar specifically designed for product and engineering teams building medical devices. We’ll be covering how to move beyond the frustrations of disconnected, document-based requirement systems, streamlining your design and development and risk management processes while maintaining compliance with applicable regulations and standards.

Date:        Tuesday, August 4th, 2020
Time:        8:00 – 9:00am PST

In this webinar, we’ll examine how Jama Connect for Medical Device Development helps free your teams from document-based requirements management, streamline your processes, and spend more time on innovation. Register now to learn more about:

  • Bringing systems thinking into design control and risk management activities using Jama Connect for Medical Device Development
  • Aligning how you work with the development of the artifacts needed for compliance, the Design History File (DHF) and the Risk Management file (RMF)
  • Defining products and risk controls through the lens of tracing
  • Using Jama Connect to align your design control and risk management processes with relevant parts of governing regulations and standards ISO 13485:2016, 21 CFR 820.30, and ISO 14971:2018
Presented by:

Zeb Geary Principal Consultant, Jama Software

Zeb brings more than 10 years of experience in software consulting and business analysis to Jama’s enterprise customers and helps them deploy and optimize their use of the platform. Over the past 3.5 years, he’s worked closely with many regulated customers, especially within the Medical Device industry, to provide best practices and deployment assistance to better align Jama Connect to regulated activities pertaining to design control and verification.

Watch the recording now!