Live Webinar: Jay Crowley to Present UDI Survey Results

by Craig Hodgson, on July 12, 2016

So how are medical device professionals managing UDI compliance? What have they achieved up to this point andwebinar-UDI-taking-pulse-of-labeling-lo_square_300x300.jpg what are some of the challenges they still face? With another deadline fast approaching, now’s a good time to see how you compare with your peers in meeting FDA regulatory and labeling requirements.

Join Jay Crowley from USDM Life Sciences for a special webinar “Taking the Pulse of UDI Compliance: Final Survey Results” as we review a recent survey conducted with the Medical Device Industry. As a noted authority on UDI, Jay will provide valuable insight drawing from his experience at the FDA working with companies on their UDI programs. In addition to offering valuable analysis on the survey itself, Jay will share some of his own personal observations on the overall “state of compliance.” Hear Jay’s thoughts on what may be in store for the industry after the Sept. 24th deadline and beyond.

Register for the Webinar Today!
Date: Thursday, July 21, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Along with gaining a better understanding of how companies are dealing with unique device identification and associated labeling, you’ll also learn more about Enterprise Labeling Solutions for the Medical Device Industry. Discover that a tightly integrated approach—one that leverages the systems and business processes you’re already using—helps ensure labeling accuracy and creates other efficiencies across the supply chain. We’ll also share information on a new, acclerated path to compliance that reduces the time and cost of implementing a validated labeling solution up to 50%.

Make plans now to attend this important webinar on UDI readiness as we reveal the responses of medical device professionals like you. At the same time, see what it takes to achieve sustained compliance with validated medical label software. We look forward to having you join us!

 

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Topics:Medical DevicesRegulatory

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