Designing safe, effective, and differentiated combination products

Early definition:

establishing your device strategy

Identifying unmet needs

Understanding the patient journey

Developing roadmaps for device and beyond

Advanced Development:

optimizing the technologies that drive innovation

Developing new core technologies

Leveraging existing technologies into new applications

New product development:

under design controls through transfer to commercial manufacturing

Optimizing design for manufacturing

Quick and efficient commercial scale up and life cycle management

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Human factors engineering – Supporting key regulatory factors while designing for optimal user experiences

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