Tag: Risk Management

Medical Device Cybersecurity

Medical Device Accessory or Component and the FDA – The Fine Line Between Them

Determining if your medical product or innovation should be considered a component or an accessory is a critical early-life cycle inflection point. In fact, the distinction between the two terms has long been the subject of debate and interpretation. In August 2017, the FDA began a new effort to classify a “list of [medical device]...
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IEC 62304 Software Development Life Cycle

Avoid Common Medical Device Software Development Life Cycle Pitfalls

Learn Potential Software Development Life Cycle Pitfalls to Pay Attention To IEC 62304 is the international standard that defines software development life cycle requirements for medical device software. IEC 62304 was developed from the perspective that product testing alone is insufficient to ensure patient safety. It provides a common framework for medical device manufacturers to develop...
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Don’t Forget Safety Testing and the Value of Risk Management!

Establish the Safety of Your Medical Device with IEC 60601 Compliance In our experience, the most frequently forgotten aspect of medical device development and commercialization from emerging companies is establishing a safety profile of a product. While clinical data or clinical trials may be necessary for establishing safety for some products, many Class II devices...
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Implement 21 CFR Part 820 Controls Early On

Benefits and Risks of Moving to the Cloud Migrating to the Cloud: What are the Benefits? According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the cloud is “a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly...
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