How Enterprise Data Management Enables Unique Device Identification

May 6, 2013

Sponsored by Riversand & First San Francisco Partners

RiversandFirst San Francisco Partners

Compliance with the UDI Regulation will be mandatory. All manufacturers of medical devices will be required to comply with the new UDI methodology

A PIM Data Hub enables centralization of all UDI product information from various systems, creating a single view of product information. Having a centralized place to manage and govern UDI data ensures you can manage continually changing data which is critical to UDI compliance. To learn more about UDI compliance and how MDM / PIM can help, replay our webinar below.

Compliance issues can impact organizations in many ways. For medical device companies, this can be in the form of the FDA’s Unique Device Identification (UDI) requirements. These requirements, a result of the passage of The FDA Amendments Act of 2007, stipulate that most medical devices carry a UDI. This webinar is targeted at medical device companies who are required to comply.

During the session we will review:

  • The FDA legislation and the impact it will have on your organization
  • Current UDI data challenges and benefits
  • How Enterprise Information Management and PIM support UDI
  • How to get a UDI program started
  • How to ensure a successful UDI program
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