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28Feb/17
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Medical Device Industry Survey

Do Medical Device Manufacturers Have a Culture of Innovation and Quality?

Help Us Find Out!

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  • Are you Manufacturing Innovative Medical Devices?
  • Is your company building a culture of innovation and quality?
  • How do your actions compare with your peers?

To find answers to these and other questions of interest to the medical device community, we are asking for your participation in this global research study.

The survey also seeks to understand:

  • What practical steps medical manufacturers are taking to evolve their quality practices
  • The role of automation in supporting best practices for compliance and quality
  • How manufacturers are incorporating smart, connected sensors across their product portfolio
  • The impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on medical device manufacturers

As a survey participant, you may register to receive a complimentary copy of the research report.  Please Note: All individuals responses will be kept strictly confidential and only aggregated data will be used.

Follow this link to begin the survey.

This primary research is being conducted by Axendia and sponsored by PTC.

06Jan/17
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Industry Executives Discuss Change in a Complex Environment

By: Sandra K. Rodriguez, Market Analyst

Life Science Industry Executive Roundtable – Event Brief

ert-picComplex – the one word that accurately describes the current environment in Life-Sciences. As products and manufacturing processes become more complex, managing change comes with a higher level of risk.  To discuss the importance of managing change in this complex environment, as well as examine key findings from our latest research on Change and Configuration Management, Axendia brought together a select group of executives from leading Life Science companies for a roundtable in Princeton, NJ.

A primary thread of the discussion was the need for closed-loop Change and Configuration Management (C&CM) strategies.  Closing the loop is becoming critical to ensuring product quality throughout the product lifecycle.

The research shows that:

  • 63% of survey respondents say their C&CM process is only somewhat effective or useless
  • Not a single respondent reported they have an idealC&CM system in place
  • 55%report that a slow and cumbersome C&CM process keeps them up at night
  • 62% rateregulatory and government agencies as their TOP business disruptor

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11Oct/16
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Does Having a Closed Loop Process Really Matter to Your Business?

New White Paper: The Future of Change and Configuration Management in the Med-Tech Industry

Recalls are on the rise. How can you avoid them?

Analysis shows a 97% increase in the annual number of medical device recalls for the 10-year period, increasing from 604 recalls in FY 2003 to 1,190 recalls in FY 2012. 

Want to learn how a Closed Loop Process can prevent recalls, drive accelerated innovation, improve product quality and enhance company performance?  Does Having a Closed Loop Process Really Matter?

Download the white paper to find out how Med-Tech Innovators are avoiding recalls by implementing closed loop change and configuration management processes.

Contact: research@axendia.com to see if you qualify for a complimentary access code and save $499.