Do I have traceability throughout my entire system?
Are my employees and consultants focused on high-value tasks?
Am I able to launch a medical device as fast as the market leaders?
Is risk management visible throughout my entire product lifecycle?
Am I ready for significant changes in risk management and ISO 13485:2016?
Is my QMS centralized vs. scattered between multiple tools and piles of paper?
When I get audited, can I present required documents and signatures on demand?
Is my QMS as efficient and cost-effective as possible?
If you rely on a paper-based QMS, legacy EQMS or no QMS at all
— you will struggle with all of the above.
Processes that slow your time to market such as document routing, reviews, edits and signatures are done electronically in one always accessible place.
Each feature is built to ensure you follow FDA 21 CFR Part 820, ISO 13485 and ISO 14971. FDA inspections and ISO audits are smooth and less stressful.
Unlike a paper-based QMS or legacy eQMS, you can have greenlight.guru set up in days, not months — no expensive training required.
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Use this step-by-step guide as a tool to help you with your QMS efforts, identify gaps in your current QMS and structure your internal auditing program.
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The biggest fundamental change in both ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 13485:2016 is an emphasis on risk-based process management.
This presentation will give you a whole new set of tools for managing your CAPA process using a risk-based approach.
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