Webinar:Medical Device Intelligent Design Control (July 2017)

Where and when

Wednesday July 26, 2017
8:30am PT | 11:30am ET | 17:30 CET

This webinar series is an in-depth overview of “Intelligent Design Control” in Mechatronic Medical Devices utilizing Polarion ALM. The series will show how to scheme your Risk Management process and incorporate it directly into the traceability of the Intelligent Design Control. Each webinar in the series will take a different look at key features that streamline and automate the process, and maintain critical traceability throughout with building an electronic Design History File (eDHF) including:

  • Incorporating standards and regulations sources into Design Control
  • Risk analysis and mitigation – ISO-14971 “harms down” inclusion into Design Control
  • Design verification & validation protocols, execution, and report evidence

The main topic of the July 2017 webinar, will demonstrate how testing features in Polarion answer the multiple demands of verification and validation throughout a complex design control process, with necessary evidence for the eDHF. 

Polarion is a portable framework capable of mirroring any design methodology and workflow or process. It can be rapidly implemented in an incremental manner so groups are brought into the process while fostering adoption. The results of which are a collaborative approach that will ensure your development, quality/testing efforts are more efficient and cohesive.

Bottom-line, a unified solution for software development  will reduce your cycles and time to market.

Join us for this complimentary 45-minute webinar to discover the benefits of a software platform that will provide you a multidimensional, traceability solution for complex development environments. 


David Merrill

Laurence Sampson is an accomplished technical manager with over 20 years of medical device experience including high volume process and product development projects. Laurence is currently Senior Director Medical & Lifescience Industry Strategy at Siemens, and holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University, and a M.B.A. from the University of Denver.

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