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JUNE 2016 Research Alert
|This month we added four new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. Three of the documents are from our new research that benchmarks regulatory affairs in medical device industry and the last study explores ways to optimize medical education roles in the medical device industry. The regulatory affairs studies cover key issues for that group, such as staffing, investments, structure, management and regulatory roles and responsibilities. The medical education study provides best practices to organize and align medical education roles in medical device companies. |
The new Best Practices, LLC studies listed below under Newly Added Research explore how leading companies have made their operations more effective across these different areas.
|Download: Benchmarking Regulatory Affairs in Medical Devices: Investment and Staffing (5415) |
Best Practices, LLC undertook this research to provide benchmarks for medical device companies around regulatory budget, staffing and responsibilities. The study also identifies key offshoring/outsourcing trends.
||Download: Benchmarking Regulatory Affairs in Medical Devices: Structure and Management (5416) |
As regulations and requirements pertaining to approval of new medical devices continue to escalate, organizations are relying more than ever on their Regulatory Affairs function. This benchmarking research identifies the critical drivers of regulatory excellence, including structure, staffing, and management factors.
||Download: Benchmarking Regulatory Affairs in Medical Devices: Regulatory Submissions and Responsibilities (5417)|
This study delivers current benchmarks on activity levels for both filing and maintaining regulatory submissions in the US, China, Japan, Brazil and Canada. The study also looks at responsibilities within regulatory groups.
|Download: Organizing and Aligning Medical Education Roles in the Medical Device Industry: Optimizing Structure, Resources and Activities (ID 5418)|
This study provides benchmarks on the proper size, resourcing, and structure for medical education groups in the medical device sector. In particular, this study examines medical device education program structure, funding channels, staffing, budget and trends.
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