Field actions happen; even to the most diligent organizations.
Novasyte is a Sponsor of this year's Field Service Medical, the Medical Device Service Conference, happening in San Diego, CA from Monday, February 25 through Wednesday, February 27. The conference is for MedTech leaders focused in customer success, service and support.
A few of our team members will be at the show, including including Hillary Medina, our Vice President of Field and Recall Solutions, Heidi Porter, our Director of Sales - Northwest, and Stephanie Kaderli, our Director of Sales - Southwest.
Topics: Medical Device Industry, Novasyte News, SMART recall program, S.M.A.R.T Programs, Medical Device Field Action, Medical Device Recall, Medical Device Recall Help, Med-Tech Industry Update, Field Technical
Have you been considering a new career in 2019? The start of the year is a great time to explore different options as January marks the start of an active recruiting season for many companies. Novasyte is no exception.
As a leader in the med-tech space, Novasyte employs 1,000+ healthcare professionals across the U.S. and continues to recruit for new positions. One of the programs that has seen exponential growth is our Field Technical program.
Novasyte is proud to announce we are a key sponsor at the upcoming 5th Medical Device Postmarket Surveillance Conference taking place this week in Alexandria, Virginia.
The conferences brings together executive leadership from a wide range of medical device categories, including capital equipment, diagnostic tests, active implantable devices as well as surgical tools.
Hillary Medina, Novasyte's Vice President of Field and Recall Solutions, will be speaking at AdvaMed's Recalls from A-to-Z Conference in Washington D.C.
She will help kick off the conference, held on Tuesday, December 4 and Wednesday, December 5, by presenting on: "Strategies for Deploying a Field Team and Integrating your Technologies."
In May 2018, the FDA released a report titled "FDA Report on the Quality, Safety and Effectiveness of Servicing of Medical Devices," issued by the Secretary of Health and Human Services and in accordance with The Food and Drug Administration Reauthorization Act (FDARA). The FDA examined product servicing by manufacturers, healthcare establishments and third-party providers who refurbish, recondition, rebuild, remarket, service and repair medical devices.
Topics: Industry Advancements, Industry Trends, San Diego, CA, ISO Certification, Quality Management System, Medical Device Field Action, Medical Device Industry, Med-Tech Industry Update, Field Technical
Organizations who have previously struggled with managing a recall internally, or perhaps do not have the time or resources to maintain the consignee data, develop a field strategy or create a centralized database, can trust Novasyte as their recall management partner.
Topics: White Paper, Industry Advancements, Industry Trends, Med-Tech Industry Update, Medical Device Industry, Medical Device Recall, Medical Device Field Action, S.M.A.R.T Programs, SMART recall program
It is easy to fall into the rhythm of receiving multiple spreadsheets from various sources – be it sales, regulatory, marketing or quality – and by having them in one place, feeling like the recall is “under control.” In working with more than half of the largest med-tech companies globally, Novasyte has discovered this is a common theme.
Despite the commonality of this approach, there are inherent associated risks with managing a recall across multiple spreadsheets. Here are the top four.
Topics: White Paper, SMART recall program, S.M.A.R.T Programs, Industry Advancements, Industry Trends, Med-Tech Industry Update, Medical Device Field Action, Medical Device Recall, Medical Device Industry
Prior to launching a field team to address the product need, it is critically important to assess the effectiveness of the field strategy as it could result in a significant, potentially unnecessary, budgetary hit.
Topics: White Paper, Industry Advancements, Industry Trends, Med-Tech Industry Update, Medical Device Field Action, Medical Device Industry, Medical Device Recall, SMART recall program, S.M.A.R.T Programs
Product recalls happen. Even to the most diligent organizations.
With the medical device landscape continually evolving, organizations must be agile and ready to respond to a recall at any moment. In looking at the annual number of medical device recalls in the graph below, one thing is known - recalls are not going away.
Topics: White Paper, SMART recall program, S.M.A.R.T Programs, Medical Device Recall, Medical Device Field Action, Medical Device Industry, Med-Tech Industry Update, Industry Trends, Industry Advancements