MDSAP – What it Means to Your Business

by | Oct 26, 2020 | Uncategorized

This webinar will explore the Medical Device Single Audit Program, or MDSAP. We will provide an overview of the program, including how the audit is conducted and what regulatory requirements are included. We will also explore what the MDSAP audit could mean for your business as far as marketing options in other countries, as well as compliance risks to medium and small size companies. Finally, we will review lessons learned with real-life (i.e. field) examples to help you understand and prepare for the audit.

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Madison Green

Madison Green

Director of Technical Operations - Mrs. Green serves as EMMA International’s Director of Technical Operations. She has experience in technical writing, nonconforming product management, issue evaluations, and implementing corrective and preventative actions in the pharmaceuticals and medical device industries. She has experience cross-functionally between R&D, lean manufacturing operations, and RA compliance. Mrs. Green also has academic and work experience with human health-risk engineering controls, physiological biophysics, and clinical research. Mrs. Green holds a Bachelor of Science in Biosystems Engineering with a concentration in Biomedical Engineering from Michigan State University. She is also a Certified Quality Auditor (CQA), and is currently pursuing her M.S. in Quality Management.

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