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Medical device and diagnostics companies devote a significant amount of resources to ensure their products meet the highest quality standards at every stage of the product lifecycle, from R&D and product development through manufacturing, sale, and post-market activity.
Facing tight budgets and increasing regulations, Quality leaders walk a tight rope in balancing Quality and safety while managing costs and assessing risk. Consequently, quality leaders are gearing to shift resources, automate and outsource activities, develop and retain key talent, and build business plans that justify their budgets. It is also important for them to identify and standardize the best path for CAPA processes to evaluate and investigate deviations successfully.
Best Practices, LLC undertook this study to explore how leading medical device companies are defining and allocating Quality spend, identifying factors that impact spending levels, and investing in future mission-critical Quality activities. Research findings provide evidence-based benchmarks for Quality spending, staffing, change request levels, outsourcing, software quality, inspections, lab testing, complaint management, trend insights and more.