Thinking about using an outsourced regulatory writing team, but aren’t sure of the advantages?
In today’s medical device and pharmaceutical environment, it’s imperative to analyze and present complex information clearly and concisely while meeting critical timelines. Partnering with team of experienced regulatory writers can be a beneficial alternative to maintaining an in-house writing staff.
When deciding if outsourcing your writing team is the right decision for your organization, cost analysis is can be a pivotal decision point. The reality is your bottom line dictates many of the important decisions your business makes. By tapping into the scalability and flexibility of an expert team of writers who are up-to-date on all current regulatory guidelines, efficiencies can be gained through quality and on-time completion of your project deliverables. .
Additionally, an important aspect to consider is the frequency in which you need to use your writers. Many times publication demands can fluctuate, unless your in-house writing staff is constantly churning through a constant flow of reports and other deliverables, employing a full time writing staff may not be the most cost-efficient option.
By outsourcing writing responsibilities, you open your company up to greater flexibility. Based on your workflow demands, you can set up long or short-term relationships, and tap into the power and efficiency of an outsourced team of experts.
Criterion Edge is a regulatory writing company that provides outsourced writing services to the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. The company’s expertise in regulatory writing best practices, honed over decades, produces superior deliverables and provides budget, resource and timeline flexibility for regulatory managers. Criterion Edge empowers companies to deliver superior health care solutions. To learn more about how Criterion Edge can help you achieve your regulatory goals, click here to contact us, call us at 805-202-5520, or use the email: email@example.com.
We had a large turnout at our webinar on April 29, 2020, “How to Assess Your CER for MDR Readiness, Part 1 : State of the Art, Safety & Performance Criteria, Equivalence and Systematic Literature Review.” We ended with many unanswered questions. To answer these and more questions, President Laurie Mitchell is coming back to host a Question & Answer session LIVE.
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