FALLS CHURCH, Va. (PRWEB) April 09, 2020
Does one fully understand the EU-MDR’s postmarket surveillance (PMS) requirements and how they interconnect?
Collect and analyze data, write an evaluation report and if necessary, implement a postmarketing clinical follow-up plan (PMCF).
Join us to discuss the EU-MDR postmarket surveillance system and get guidance on how to implement the requirements:
- Prepare your PMS plan
- Formulate other related plans — the complaint management plan, the trend report plan and if applicable, the PMCF plan
- Determine the reports required for PMS
- Ascertain when to prepare a PMCF plan
- Understand the content of the PMCF Evaluation Report
- Understand how PMS data, PMCF data and risk management interconnect
Ensure one stays current with the EU’s new PMS requirements.
This webinar is part three of a three-part online series on EU-MDR readiness. Save 25% by ordering the complete three-part series:
Part II: Tips for Assessing Your Readiness Prior to Notified Body Review
Friday, April 10, 2020. Register for the live presentation.
Part I: The Real Role of the Person Responsible for Regulatory Readiness & Compliance
Recorded on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020. Purchase as an encore presentation.
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EU-MDR: Are You Ready?
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Part III: Ensuring Your Postmarket Surveillance Readiness
Thursday, April 23, 2020 • 1:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m. EDT
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