Culture and Medical Device Quality

by | Nov 22, 2021 | Compliance, EU MDR, FDA, Medical Devices, Post-Market, Regulatory, Requirements

Providing a quality product while meeting all quality standards set by regulatory bodies can often prove to be a challenge, even to the most seasoned organizations. When an inspection occurs, receiving a demerit can deal a blow to an organization, not only to their regulatory standing but to the organization’s morale and reputation as well.
In our latest Whitepaper, by Gabriel Kadoo, Jr, we explore how creating a culture of quality helps to promote a quality product, while also diving into the importance of maintaining quality culture.

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Gabe Kadoo

Gabe Kadoo

Mr. Kadoo is a Quality Engineer at EMMA International. He has experience in statistical analysis, performance improvement, quality assurance, and value stream mapping in the clinical setting. Mr. Kadoo also has experience as a clinical researcher and medical technologist. Mr. Kadoo holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Administration. He is also a Six Sigma Green Belt.

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