IBM ApplicationLifecycle Management or ELM Engineering Lifecycle Management for Medical Devices IEC 62304 ISO 13485 ISO 14971
Three key themes to set up your medical device design engineering for success
IBM Engineering Medical device manufacturers must innovate to succeed. To grow, manufacturers must deliver innovative, safe, and fully compliant medical devices. This means adhering to increasingly rigorous regulatory standards like ISO 13485, IEC 82304-1, ISO 14971, IEC 60812, IEC 62304, ISO 60601, IEC 61508, 21 CFR 820.30, and 21 CFR 11 driven by both EU’s MDR and the US FDA regulations. IBM helps to:
Reduce time to innovation
−Adopt agility at scale that meets the needs of each part of your development team such as SAFe®
−Reduce time to market with strategic reuse by creating and managing product variants across multiple product lines Improve quality−Achieve transparency and traceability for design control as a by-product by creating work products in a controlled environment
−Use AI to validate quality of requirements reduce cost of compliance−Understand status, responsibilities, audit trial and history for design control work products at every stage of the development−Automatically generate high-quality documents from multiple sources to support compliance and audit requirements
This video provides an overview of the ability to create artifact links in the web client of version 7.0.2 of Engineering Workflow Management.
This video provides an overview of the ability to create Global Configuration links in the web client of version 7.0.2 of Engineering Workflow Management.