FREE ON-DEMAND VIRTUAL SUMMIT:
June 22-24, 2021
Risk Management True Quality Summit Series
Medical device risk management is not optional – it is a regulatory requirement worldwide.
But with today's medical device regulatory environment changing faster than ever, and the confusion that can come with Risk Management, it doesn’t mean it’s easy.
The Risk Management True Quality Summit Series will help quality, regulatory and product development professionals and executives understand and implement risk management concepts that can help meet FDA, ISO 14971, ISO 13485:2016, and the MDR 2017/745 requirements for risk management.
We’ll dive into the standards and outline deliverables at each stage of the risk management process, explore practical solutions for applying the standards within your organization, and ultimately give you tools to ensure risk management lives throughout your entire product life cycle.
Who Owns Risk Management and How Does it Impact the Business? | Jon Speer
Documenting Risk Management to Meet Requirements of ISO 14971:2019 | Edwin Bills
How to Apply Risk Management Throughout the Product Lifecycle of your Medical Device | Mike Baca
How to Implement Risk Management into Regulatory Submissions Using Tips, Tricks, and Standards to Satisfy FDA Concerns | Mary McNamara-Cullinane
Applying a Risk-Based Approach to Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices Based on the Framework of ISO 10993-1:2018 | Helin Raagel
How Risk Management Can Help Drive Innovation | Michael Quinn
What to do When FMEA is Not Sufficient Anymore | Peter Sebelius
How to Predict Medical Device Recalls using Publicly Available Data | Mohammed (Bilash) Hossain and John Lorenc
Risk Management For Executives: Why Does it Matter to Me? | Michael Cremeans
Implementation of the Risk management Board for New Product Introduction and Post Market Surveillance | Mike Baca
By Design: Reduce Risk and Improve Compliance with a Layered Software Architecture | Cynthia Smith
Managing Risks Along an IVD-Analyzer’s Life-Cycle | Christoph Schär
Protecting your Data from Risk: To, From, and In the Cloud | Chris DuPont
What is the Best Way to Structure a Risk Management File | Carolyn Guthrie
MDR Date of Application Roundup: The New Landscape for Medical Device Manufacturers | Evangeline Loh
Risks that No One Wants to Talk About: Theoretical Risks Management vs. Life in the Real World | Michael Drues
How and When to Conduct Your First Hazard Analysis | Sarah Nixon