Regulatory Affairs is poised to play a critical role in supporting the current MDR and IVDR required clinical/performance evaluation process, from project implementation through report writing and finally, the on-time submission to the notified body. From the early planning stage through completion of all required written deliverables, this presentation examines key drivers of project success, such as early assessment of data sufficiency, equivalence considerations, internal readiness of critical documentation, project planning strategies, and how to identify potential roadblocks and proactively find solutions to common problems.
Identify critical components of the clinical evaluation process that influence project success.
Describe how Regulatory Affairs can support cross-functional stakeholders and lead critical decision-making throughout the clinical evaluation process.
Recognize and implement early mitigation strategies to overcome roadblocks and drive to on-time submission.
Who Should Watch?
Those Regulatory, Quality and Clinical leaders and teams who are tasked with the development, writing, review, or approval of clinical evaluation reports for MDR submissions or performance evaluation reports for IVDR submissions.
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Join us on Wednesday October 10th, 2022 at 11AM PST / 2PM EST, as President Laurie Mitchell answers your questions regarding safety and performance objectives, clinical outcomes, clinical benefits, acceptance criteria, and risk-benefit ratio. Learn best practices and writing strategies to support solid planning during your own writing process.
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