The European Medical Device Regulation (EU MDR) has been created to replace the former Medical Device Directive (MDD) over a 3-year transition period, which comes to an end on May 26, 2020. These new requirements involve several changes that medical device companies must be prepared for, including things like device classification and updating your QMS.
We will cover some of the most important action items that must be taken ASAP by companies.
Understand the key changes in the MDR
Documentation and requirements for each category of Economic Operators within the supply chain
Updates to comply with SPRs
Incorporating UDI and EUDAMED into your labeling and traceability SOPs
Procedures for the regulatory compliance strategy
New requirements for Implantable devices
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