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Medical product start-ups need to minimize regulatory and compliance risk to attract early-stage investors and save money. To make matters even more complicated, recent changes in IRS and SEC regulations make it more important than ever to limit potential liabilities to avoid adverse valuations that can affect a start-up’s bottom line and ultimate success.

Entrepreneurial Start-up AssistanceStart controls too early and you may stifle ingenuity. Start too late and you will add unnecessary costs and waste time. We’ve helped a wide range of pre-revenue start-up companies develop effective quality assurance and regulatory compliance strategies to obtain FDA and ISO clearances. We will work with you to develop a quality system appropriate to the complexity and growth stage of your company.

Many companies try to buy their way into compliance by purchasing a quality system online. These systems may be inexpensive, but they introduce very costly and time consuming quality requirements. Let us review your system before you purchase anything. We may be able to develop a less expensive, less rigorous quality system that will meet your exact needs, reducing complexity and bureaucracy and saving you both money and time.

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Medical Device Single Audit Program: What you need to know, Pt. I

Both the medical device industry and international regulators have witnessed the growing need for a standardized, worldwide approach to auditing and monitoring medical device manufacturing. A single, comprehensive process would reduce costs and speed time to market. With that goal in mind, the International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF) began work several years ago to create a program framework that would enable the conduct of a single regulatory audit of a medical device...