Everything Device Makers Need to Know About Design Controls
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“Engineers who design and develop new devices are always telling me they hate design controls,” Greenlight Guru co-founder Jon Speer tells me.
“They say, ‘Why are you talking to me about design controls?’
Because without tight design controls, how do you prove you designed a safe and effective device that meets the indications for use?”
Jon talked intended use, user needs, design inputs, reviews, history files (DHF), and risk management; specifically,
Click to learn:
- The importance of getting intended use right up front
- The difference btw user needs + verifiable design inputs
- Which stakeholders need to be involved and why
- How many design reviews you should hold
- Why an FMEA alone for risk management doesn't cut it (you need an ISO 14971 approach)
We had more than 1,300 register from all walks of engineering life:
- Design Engineering
- Product Development
- Medical Device Documentation
- QA/RA at all levels
- Compliance Engineering
- Quality Engineering
- Project Management
I include a second 29-minute replay of questions and answers as well. Maybe we answered your question at the same time! 😊
Co-Founder and VP of R&D and Quality
Leader of the
Medical Devices Group
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