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Whew. You got through the unique device identification (UDI) submission process.
But you’re not done yet.
In http://medgroup.biz/UDI-next-steps, John Lorenc from Reed Tech explains UDI doesn’t end with your submission to the FDA’s GUDID database.
“After submission, you’re required to keep your GUDID entries up to date and continue submitting new records as you add to your device portfolio.”
And told me, “Since manufacturers are doing the work anyway, they may as well use the UDI data downstream. Leading device labelers are using the data records they submit to the FDA to update their own internal processes and systems.
UDI data can even form the basis for a Master Data Management (MDM) system.”
On April 6, UDI expert John Lorenc will present how to make your submission to FDA, keep your data up to date, and capitalize on it downstream.
Join us at http://medgroup.biz/UDI-next-steps and, even if you can’t make the live event, we’ll record it and send it to you afterward.
A PREDICTABLE and REPEATABLE SALES PROCESS for MEDICAL DEVICES
Another free webinar for your team: http://medgroup.biz/predictable-sales next week.
Medical Devices Group Advisory Board member Mike Sperduti will cover how to:
Virtual seats still available at http://medgroup.biz/predictable-sales
What Doctors Want [Survey Results]
Product classification scenario
Justify sample sizes
Marketing Medical Devices to the Federal Government
Patient Engagement: What Is It Really?
How much reimbursement would I get?
Are we seeing medical device tax repeal benefits?
Device labeling question about manufacturer symbols
Make it a great week.
P.S. If you haven’t submitted unique device identifiers for your Class II and III devices yet, then you really really should attend the webinar. Click http://medgroup.biz/UDI-next-steps for the free content.
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