Madison Green

Making Quality Systems Work for You

Making Quality Systems Work for You

If your QMS does not have the proper elements, personnel are not appropriately trained, or your firm does not really value the advantages of your QMS, you will likely not reap the same reward.

EU MDR SSCP’s: The Importance of Readability

EU MDR SSCP’s: The Importance of Readability

Among many of the new requirements that EU MDR has introduced, the Summary of Safety and Clinical Performance (SSCP) is certainly one of the more confusing ones for many firms. SSCP’s are required for implantable and Class III devices under EU MDR and is intended to be a public document summarizing important safety and clinical performance information about the device.

QSR and ISO 13485 Harmonization: Enforcement, the Ultimate Question

QSR and ISO 13485 Harmonization: Enforcement, the Ultimate Question

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of moderating one of the Food and Drug Law Institute’s (FDLI) Law over Lunch Sessions. I spent my lunch hour with industry folks and lawyers discussing the forthcoming Quality System Regulation and ISO 13485 Harmonization. One topic emerged as the front-runner of what was on everyone’s mind: how is the FDA actually going to conduct enforcement for this? Can we expect to see a major change in FDA enforcement?

EU MDR Delays

EU MDR Delays

It is no surprise to anyone in the medical device industry that the transition from EU MDD to EU MDR has seen quite a few hiccups over the past couple of years. The most recent obstacle, however, comes in the form of delays from Notified Bodies. The scale of the bottleneck coming from Notified Body capacity to review EU MDR applications has not been a secret, but a recent industry poll sheds light on the growing concern.

Annual Drug Product Reviews

Annual Drug Product Reviews

If you are a drug manufacturer in the US, an Annual Drug Product Review (ADPR) should be familiar to you. ADPRs are exactly what they sound like – an annual review of your drug product based on product batch and product yield, customer complaints, recalls, stability data, and validation data just to name a few. ADPRs should be performed in order to maintain compliance with 21 CFR 211.180 and to be in alignment with the FDA’s Guidance for Industry, Q7A GMP for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients.[1]

The FDA and CBD

The FDA and CBD

‌  As more and more states legalize the use of medicinal and recreational marijuana, and as more consumer...

GMP’s for Cosmetics

GMP’s for Cosmetics

‌  Good Manufacturing Practices, or GMP’s, are well known for people in the medical device and pharmaceutical...

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