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Risk Management for Class II & III Medical Device Companies
Medical device companies must evaluate how their development process stands up to the challenge of increasingly connected technologies and strict regulation.
Jama Connect Risk Management Center
Safeguarding Regulated Products Amidst Growing Complexity: A Frost & Sullivan Executive Brief
Prominent consultancy group Frost & Sullivan describes how Jama Connect can help businesses thrive in safety-critical product markets.
Jama Connect Risk Management Center for Medical Device
Ease the path to compliance with Jama Connect’s integrated risk management center.
Driving Compliance with Functional Safety Standards
This paper looks at the challenges companies face when addressing the intersection of functional safety and efficient, collaborative product development.
Accelerate Medical Device Development While Reducing Risk
Application of Risk Analysis Techniques in Jama to Satisfy ISO 14971
Tips for Medical Device Companies, Interested in Risk Techniques following ISO 14971, ISO 13485, FMEA, FTA, and 21 CFR Part 820.
Jama Connect™ Risk Management Center
<p>An integrated solution for guiding medical device risk management.</p>
Security of Medical Devices Remains a Growing Concern
With the growing amount of connected medical devices, the number of potential targets for hackers and other cyber criminals to exploit continues to rise.
Balancing Compliance and Innovation in Med Device Industry
Common Pitfalls of the DHF and How to Avoid Them
Live Traceability: The Golden Key to Proof of Compliance
A workshop for medical device and life sciences professionals
Understanding ISO 26262 Compliance for Automotive Suppliers
Introduction to Risk Management for Medical Devices
Connecting Requirements to IP: Achieving Requirements Traceability from Ideation through Test
Requirements Engineering for Safety-Critical Systems
Jama ISO 26262 Certification and Best Practices for Development
Top 15 ISO 26262 Snafus: How to Prevent & Mitigate the Mistakes Teams Make
In this paper Vance Hilderman shares his expert advice on how to prevent or mitigate common ISO 26262 mistakes. Plus, find out what golf and automotive software have in common.
Global Teamwork Goes Under the Microscope
Learn about how FEI solved outdated requirements, changing market conditions and insufficient access to requirements in this case study.
DO-254 Benefits Versus Costs for Engineers and Managers