Finding errors is crucial during medical device development. And yet, some organizations still don’t have an effective process for catching them before their products reach end users.
The companies with the most success discovering mistakes early create an environment where team members understand that defects are the real enemy, not those doing the work.
In this white paper, Randy Armstrong — a 30-year-veteran of medical device development and CTO of engineering firm Velentium — outlines the core elements of a winning design review process and how they can be integrated into your organization.
- Tips on building a culture of quality during medical device development
- Attributes of a successful design review process that can be used as a framework for planning and implementation
- How the habit of telling legendary stories within a development organization reduces errors