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May
Patent Strategy And The Internet Of Medical Things
Patent Strategy And The Internet Of Medical Things 05/15/2019 Posted by: bpompilii Category: Device, No Comments Significant growth in the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) market, along with ever-evolving improvements in this technology, have led to a significant increase in notoriety and industry interest in this once unknown sector. In fact, various estimates1,2 have predicted [...]
Posted in:Device,
14
May
4 Approaches To Data Access Strategy — And How To Apply Them Throughout Drug Development

Looking forward, it will be increasingly important for pharma companies to employ ingenious strategies to access data already existing in the healthcare environment, moving away from solely building and owning data sets.

Posted in:Clinical,
13
May
A Military Tool For Pharma Vulnerability Assessment — The CARVER + Shock Technique

CARVER + Shock is a vulnerability assessment tool that can help manufacturers of medicinal products protect their products from deliberate contamination. Originally developed by the U.S. military, the technique can also be applied to raw/starting materials, production, distribution, and commercial and retail sales.

Posted in:Manufacturing,
03
May
Can Virtual Clinical Trials Democratize Medicine?

There are over a quarter million active clinical trials registered with the FDA right now, up from just 1 percent of that figure at the turn of the century. It’s a $65 billion industry – clinical trials alone, that is, and it’s only going to get bigger.

Posted in:Clinical,
02
May
Training Production Operators In Aseptic Technique: Common Pitfalls & How to Avoid Them

Retraining an operator involved in a microbiological excursion is almost always part of the corrective and preventative action (CAPA), yet repeat excursions and deviations due to improper aseptic technique still routinely occur. So, why do some operators still have difficulty executing the task after completing such intensive training programs?

Posted in:Manufacturing,
01
May
Change Impact Assessments: How To Fix Something Without Breaking Everything Else

It is critical that companies in the medical device space have comprehensive, well-written, and descriptive procedures not only for documentation, but for assessing the impact of any and all changes, no matter how minor.

Posted in:Device,

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