This webinar will teach you how to design, build and test medical device software in preparation for the successful 510k submissions. It will cover medical device software user requirements, software architecture, design, unit testing and more.
Why Should You Attend:
This webinar is essential for medical device companies interested in submitting software enabled medical devices or software as a medical device to the FDA for 510K approval. One of the biggest risks most company's face when submitting their device for approval is finding out after seven or more months of waiting that the 510K has been denied because the software portion of the submittal is inadequate and not compliant.
This webinar will ensure that device companies will know exactly what documentation needs to be prepared so the software portion of the submittal will be in compliance preventing delays of the 510K approval.
Companies can also face potential audit risks and serious findings post submittal that can block their ability to ultimately sell their product successfully. This course will ensure that you know what is expected to have in place for compliance for your company during the preparation of a 510K to prevent this risk.
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Physical CD-USB of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Nancy Knettell, Founder and Principal at Signet Medical Systems, LLC, has over 30 years in combined mechanical design, software development, and systems engineering experience primarily in the medical device industry as a Software Verification, Validation/Systems Engineer.
Along with her senior level management experience with cross-functional program teams for major companies such as EMC and United Technologies, Nancy has also consulted to major medical companies such as Smith and Nephew, Philips Medical, CR Bard, Kollsman Medical, Applied Biosystems, Deka Research, Avedro and Hologic.
But, for Nancy, involvement in medical device development is a personal issue. Having lost her father at an early age to heart disease, she now wants to work to help other people facing such life threatening events. It is her mission to advance the potential for life-saving medical devices through the use of quality based engineering systems.