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Medical Device Recalls – How to Handle in a Compliant, Diligent Manner

How to link these processes link to other parts of your Quality Management System. We’ll cover best practices so you can be prepared for a possible post-recall FDA inspection.

A Medical Device Recall (MDR) can be a handful to deal with. It not only indicates that the device has a quality issue; failing to address an MDR rightly can lead to loss of reputation, not to speak of regulatory penal actions from the FDA. It is up to the company whose device has been recalled, to take prompt, prescribed action. Its actions should be proportionate to the level of risk the faulty device poses.

An MDR should be planned well in advance, for it is not something that a medical device can handle hastily, in a piecemeal fashion. The ways by which to prepare for an MDR is thus a matter of crucial importance. GlobalCompliancePanel, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance, will offer this valuable learning at a six-hour webinar it is organizing on October 28.

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Susanne Manz, an accomplished leader in the medical device industry with emphasis on quality, compliance, and Six Sigma, will be the speaker at this session. To enroll for this webinar, please visit https://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/virtual-seminar/6-hour-virtual-seminar-on-medical-device-recalls—how-to-handle-in-a-compliant,-diligent-manner-10304LIVE

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Even a high degree of preparation by a medical device company cannot completely rule out quality issues that result in a recall. There is no substitute for preparation. The objective of this webinar is to offer learning to its participants on how to prepare for an MDR. Susanne will explain how to decipher signals that could trigger a recall. She will also explain how to face the investigation and what actions are required, what corrective and preventive actions need to be taken, and how to send out notifications to customers and the regulatory bodies.

The expert will give a thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements for dealing with an MDR. She will help understand FDA expectations and regulations, and what to understand and learn from 483s and Warning Letters. The ways of putting robust processes, the basis to efficiently and effectively managing failure investigations, will be explained.

This webinar will also give a proper understanding of recalls, and explain the appropriate corrective and preventive actions that need to be taken. The ways in which these processes link to other aspects of the Quality Management System will be explained. It will give an idea of the best practices for making an MDR efficient. This will help participants prepare for a possible post-recall FDA inspection.

This webinar will have the following agenda:

  • Regulatory Expectations
  • Medical device authority and guidance
  • Complaint Handling, Medical Device Reporting, and Recall requirements
  • Recall Types and Classifications
  • Failure Investigation
  • Difference between a product enhancement and a recall
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Non-conforming material control
  • Recall strategy and FDA notification
  • Required Communications
  • Firm’s MDR reporting and FDA’s handling of MDRs
  • Lessons learned and enforcement case studies
  • Processes and Procedures
  • Linkages between Complaint Handling, MDRs, Recalls, and CAPA
  • Corrective and Preventive Action
  • Minimize your risk of regulatory actions
  • FDA’s new guidance on risk
  • Preparing for an FDA Inspection

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About the expert: Black Belt, Master Black Belt, Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC) and Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) Susanne Manz brings an extensive background in quality and compliance for medical devices, which spans all areas from new product development, to operations, to post-market activities. Her consulting business provides services to help medical device companies achieve world-class quality and compliance.

Cracking the Code to Healthcare Billing, Coding and Reimbursement

A leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance.

Medical billing, coding, and reimbursement are the triumvirate that constitute the heart of a healthcare financial system. These three systems work in tandem with each other; yet, one miss in the cog in the wheel results in utter chaos. The whole system can go into disarray.

A marathon, four-hour session that is being organized on October 17 by GlobalCompliancePanel, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance, will explain all these elements in detail, so that confusions regarding the same can be eliminated.

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At this session, which meets AAPC guidelines for 6.0 Core A continuing education units, Rich Hendriksen, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Nokomis Health, will be the expert. Kindly log on to https://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/virtual-seminar/4-hour-virtual-seminar-on-medical-claims-boot-camp—cracking-the-code-to-healthcare-billing,-coding-and-reimbursement-10309LIVE to register for this valuable session.

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At this course, the expert will explain the fundamentals of medical billing, coding, and reimbursement. He will show how all of these components work with each other. He will demonstrate how to practically apply all the latest industry knowledge and standards. As a result of this learning, those who work with medical claims and claims data stay ahead of the game. They will learn the following:

  • The claim flow process from registration through adjudication and payment
  • How physicians and hospitals set and manage charges
  • Critical data elements on the two major claim forms and what they mean
  • How and why the major coding systems are utilized
  • How various reimbursement methods are used by payors.

The expert will organize the learning in this session into three parts: the life cycle of a claim, coding systems, and reimbursement. He will explain each of these in depth.

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About the expert: Rich has 30 years of experience in healthcare systems, coding, billing, and reimbursement. He has led managed care departments and provider contracting units at a variety of organizations, including hospitals, clinics, and health plans.

Rich has worked with over 70 different organizations, ranging from hospitals and clinics to third-party administrators, law firms, and internet-based companies. As a respected industry expert, he is well known for his unparalleled depth of knowledge in all aspects of healthcare coding, billing and reimbursement.

Reviving cerebrum foundational microorganisms may hold key to future MS medications

Scientists at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom found that expanding firmness in the maturing mind hinders the capacity of OPCs.

Researchers have figured out how to make more seasoned cerebrum undifferentiated organisms in rodents progressively young. The disclosure could prompt improved medications for maturing related illnesses that corrupt the mind and sensory system.

The examination concerns oligodendrocyte begetter cells (OPCs), which are a kind of foundational microorganism, or juvenile cell. OPCs are basic for the sound working of the cerebrum and the remainder of the focal sensory system.

OPCs develop, or separate, into oligodendrocytes, which are the phones that produce the myelin sheath that encompasses nerve filaments and jam the electrical sign that they convey.

Annihilation of myelin is a distinctive component of numerous sclerosis (MS), and maturing related changes to OPCs add to the procedure. Maturing can likewise decrease OPC work in sound people.

Scientists at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom found that expanding firmness in the maturing mind hinders the capacity of OPCs.

When they transplanted OPCs from more established rodents into the cerebrums of more youthful rodents, the matured OPCs started to capacity like energetic OPCs.

Stiffening of stem cell niche:

The team eventually established that the loss of function in the OPCs was a result of something happening in their microenvironment, or stem cell “niche.”

“Here we show,” write the authors in a recent Nature paper, “that the OPC microenvironment stiffens with age, and that this mechanical change is sufficient to cause age-related loss of function of OPCs.”

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It appears that the stem cell niche reflects the aging-related changes in the “chemical and mechanical signals” that it sends to the OPCs residing in it.

Once the transplanted aged OPCs sensed that they were in a more youthful, soft environment, they began to behave more like vigorous, younger OPCs.

To explore what was going on in more detail, the team ran some laboratory experiments with OPCs and “biological and synthetic scaffolds to mimic the stiffness of young brains.”

‘Molecularly and functionally rejuvenated’

The researchers observed that when they grew aged OPCs on soft material scaffolds, they started to behave more like youthful OPCs.

The aged OPCs were “molecularly and functionally rejuvenated” as a result of being on the softer material.

Conversely, placing young OPCs on scaffolds comprising stiffer material, caused them to behave like older ones.

“We were fascinated,” says co-senior study author Dr. Kevin J. Chalut, “to see that when we grew young, functioning brain stem cells on the stiff material, the cells became dysfunctional and lost their ability to regenerate, and in fact began to function like aged cells.”

Dr. Chalut works in the Department of Physics and the Stem Cell Institute at the University of Cambridge.

He observes, however, that the more interesting finding was seeing the old OPCs growing in the soft material, and how “they began to function like young cells — in other words, they were rejuvenated.”

“This suggests a new way forward to override the age-related loss of function in this important stem cell system,” he adds.

Read more at https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326066.php

Medical Device Recalls: How to Properly, Compliantly and Promptly Deal with a Recall

It will be beneficial to all device manufacturers and is recommended for any individuals or teams that are involved in post marketing of medical devices. 

The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) authorizes FDA to order recalls of medical devices, under certain circumstances (e.g., situations involving serious and immediate hazards to health) and controls.  With very few exceptions, device recalls by companies are voluntary.

There are three regulations promulgated by FDA that define their authority and the requirements applicable to device manufacturers and importers for the correction or removal-collectively known as recall-of medical devices; the requirements for these regulations are outlined in 21 CFR §7, 21 CFR §806, and 21 CFR §810. Each of these regulations is presented in detail in the following pages. Compliance with these three regulations also touches upon other regulations administered by FDA.

Failure to properly report events and take corrective and removal actions can cause costly problems for a manufacturer and can be life threating for consumer. The number of device companies having their recall classified as a Class 1 (most severe) has surged in the past three years.  We will take the time to interact though the day to navigate all aspect of the recall process

This course will provide understanding recall compliance and the interrelationship on Complaint Handling, CAPA, and Risk Management processes. It will be beneficial to all device manufacturers and is recommended for any individuals or teams that are involved in post marketing of medical devices.

Join Rita Hoffman, RAC an expert in the field of Post-Market Compliance.  Not only will you learn from her over her 40 years in both FDA as a Compliance Officer and Ombudsman, learning from her stories of what not to do, but you will take back a desktop manual on Post-Market reference guide.

Areas covered by the Instructor:

Determine what actions are taken in a medical device recall

  • Cite the regulatory requirements for recalls/ field actions regarding medical devices
  • Reference and use medical device recall authority and guidance documents
  • Identify and understand the applicable regulatory standards and guidance documents
  • Identify the different recall types and classifications
  • Explain what types of communications are required
  • Define what effectiveness checks are
  • Outline the steps required to terminate a recall and what regulatory reports and records are required for a device recall
  • Understand how to comply with complicated Compliant Handling, MDR and Recall requirements
  • Firms MDR reporting and FDA’s handling of MDR reports
  • Company preparation in the event of a Recall, recall strategy, notification letter and communicating with the FDA
  • Minimize your risk of regulatory enforcement actions
  • Understand the relationship and interaction with other quality system elements as they relate to complaints and reportable events
  • Walk-through of case examples
  • Discussion of FDA’s New Guidance’s on Risk and how it interacts with Recalls

Effective Technical Writing in the Life Sciences

The tips and abilities exhibited can be connected quickly and will be clear in the absolute first archive that you compose after this virtual course.

In the wake of setting the phase for this substance, we dive into the composition procedure starting with the group of spectators and how the crowd must be dissected to decide the dimension of composing that must be utilized to finish the report.

Social occasion the data to be incorporated into the specialized report requires coordinated effort between the essayist and the different topic specialists that have the learning to be reaped. How that data is accumulated can be a successful productive procedure or an insufficient tedious undertaking all ward upon the strategies utilized to execute the action.

We will address the best systems for removing data from SMEs just as those methods that work best when watching methodology and exercises to be recorded.

Why You have to know

Indeed, even with the approach of innovation, despite everything we speak with the composed word.  Technical composing is tied in with passing on data rapidly, precisely, plainly, and succinctly.  How we impart, how we are comprehended, and how the message is gotten legitimately relies on our aptitudes as specialized writers.  In the existence sciences, this ability is exceedingly significant.

In the existence sciences, a lot is on the line as far as the composition’s capacity to empower 100% precise comprehension of the substance and where appropriate, execution of the undertaking or system documented.  In the existence sciences, that could mean the contrast between crucial, security or damage, misfortune or recuperation, tainting or virtue, achievement or disappointment.

Shockingly, specialized composing isn’t an expertise that is given much accentuation in school educational plans if any.  Technical composing is an ability, life sciences laborers are accepted to have and are relied upon to exhibit at a dimension of aptitude more often than not past the capacity of most.  Unfortunately, most perusers of specialized composing are in the “same boat.”  They “don’t have a clue about a decent one when they see one.” At the day’s end, by and large, you have fair composition, best case scenario that could possibly pass on the message planned.

This virtual workshop will walk you through the specialized composition process from begin to finish.  Each basic part of composing specialized reports for the existence sciences will be tended to with the objective of helping you become better specialized writers.  The tips and abilities exhibited can be connected quickly and will be clear in the absolute first archive that you compose after this virtual course.

  • What is technical writing, and what role does technical writing play in the life sciences?
  • Technical writers in the life sciences – what do they write – types of medium
  • Analyzing the audience
  • Analyzing the information – working with Subject Matter Experts
  • Planning the content
  • Formats, consistency and styles
  • Non-native audience considerations
  • Grammar, spelling, punctuation, numbers and symbols
  • Simplify your writing
  • Ensuring accuracy

By the Instructor Charles H. Paul is the President of C. H. Paul Consulting, Inc. – a regulatory, manufacturing, training, and technical documentation consulting firm – celebrating its twentieth year in business in 2017. Charles has been a regulatory and management consultant and an Instructional Technologist for 30 years and has published numerous white papers on various regulatory and training subjects. The firm works with both domestic and international clients designing solutions for complex training and documentation issues.

He has held senior positions in consulting and in corporate training development prior to forming C. H. Paul Consulting, Inc.. He also worked for several years in government contracting managing the development of significant Army-wide training development contracts impacting virtually all of the active Army and changing the training paradigm throughout the military.

Directives on active implantable medical devices (90/385/EEC)

Impact of the MDR on Quality Management Systems (QMS), technical documentation, clinical trial requirements, UDI and combination products.

The Commission adopted a package of measures on innovation in health. The package consisted of a Communication and two regulation proposals to revise existing legislation on general medical devices and in vitro diagnostic medical devices. In particular, the Directives on active implantable medical devices (90/385/EEC) and on medical devices (93/42/EEC) are intended to be replaced by a Regulation on medical devices, while the Directive on in-vitro diagnostic medical devices (98/79/EC) is intended to be replaced by a Regulation on the same subject.

Medical device Regulation

The revisions therefore affected all kinds of medical devices including in vitro diagnostic medical devices, from home-use items like sticking plasters, pregnancy tests and contact lenses, to X-ray machines, pacemakers, breast implants, hip replacements and HIV blood tests.

This Seminar will look at what to expect when the new regulation is implemented. Including: the transition period, Effect on Notified Bodies, Impact of the MDR on Quality Management Systems (QMS), technical documentation, clinical trial requirements, UDI and combination products.

  • The updated Regulation
  • Implementation dates and transition
  • Main changes and products affected
  • Effect on medical device manufacturers

Salma Michor , PhD, MSc, MBA, CMgr, RAC is founder and CEO of Michor Consulting Schweiz GmbH, serving such clients as Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Shire, Pfizer and Colgate Palmolive. Previously, Michor worked for Chiesi-Torrex, Wyeth Whitehall Export Croma Pharma GmbH. She teaches regulatory affairs and clinical strategies at the University of Krems, Austria, and is an independent expert to the European Commission. She holds a PhD in thermal process engineering and an MSc in food and biotechnology from the University of Applied Life Sciences in Vienna, Austria; an MSc from King’s College, University of London in food technology; and an MBA from Open University, and has earned the RAC (EU), CQA and is a Chartered manager.