The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) refers to the collection of medical devices and applications that communicate to healthcare IT systems through networking technologies. This is part of the wider movement happening in manufacturing, smart homes, energy management and smart cities also known as IoT (Internet of Things). Digital health is rising as consumers are taking more responsibility for their health and are demanding better access to their medical data, with technology organizations and startups finding easier ways to extracting this data and turn it into meaningful insights.Continue Reading
The medical device manufacturer that had a spectacular compliance failure probably made the headlines. Their story will be noted in university classes around the world for years to come. Let’s look at another outcome.
Life sciences companies are facing increased competition and experience periods of fast growth, especially after receiving FDA approval for a new product. As if that’s not challenging enough, there is increasing regulatory oversight which can be a distraction from core business processes. Early-stage and in-market life sciences organizations need more than entry-level software, but don’t need to invest heavily in costly ERP systems. Deploy a management solution that is flexible, agile and can support unique business operations today and well into the future.
Pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device manufacturers and other organizations in the life sciences industry provide life-changing products and value to customers. High quality products are expected and there is little room for mistakes, especially when a mistake can impact patient safety or health. Traceability requires close attention to detail and speed when a recall must be initiated. A digital business management solution will strengthen inventory management and the supply chain, as well as expedite the identification of each component with a quality issue.
As indicated in “Life Sciences: 6 Ways to Thrive in a Digital Future,” an eBook, minutes matter when it comes to saving lives. For life sciences organizations, managing quality issues for every component and every device is crucial, no matter whether they are located in house or at a customer site. Strong traceability requires close collaboration with supply chain partners and the ability to capture detailed product history documentation for each product. This level of data management simply can’t be trusted to spreadsheets or specialty software. Life sciences organizations need a unified, digital management platform, like MAXLife.
After years of securing investors, performing product design and testing, and submitting documents to the FDA, many life sciences organizations suddenly find themselves in a period of fast growth after receiving FDA approval. Product approvals force pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device manufacturers into the next phase, which is manufacturing high quality products quickly, efficiently and profitably. Life sciences organizations can manage the entire process, from start to finish, by replacing inefficient business systems with a more modern management solution.
Change can happen, literally overnight, at many life sciences organizations. After receiving FDA approval, you need to jump into action setting up manufacturing operations to get your innovative new product into the marketplace as soon as possible. As discussed in “Life Sciences: 6 Ways to Thrive in a Digital Future,” an eBook, being prepared for strong, fast growth after approval is no small task. Replace entry-level or niche systems with a business management solution that can streamline the transition from the research and development phase to production and sales.