We show you exactly what needs to be done to get your medical device approved quickly and safely

We show you exactly what needs to be done to get your medical device approved quickly and safely

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Content of the Starter-Kit

Here's everything you get, absolutely free with no obligation:

  • The E-Book "Safely Authorize Medical Products", gives you an introduction to regulatory basics and more.
  • Mindmap of the most important legal procedures & standards. You will get the mindmaps both in XMind format and image format.
  • web-based training that explains you which documents you have to present in the audit.
  • Our newsletter, where we will keep you updated with discount offers, learning materials and exclusive invitations (and you can unsubscribe it at anytime).

How the Starter Kit will help you

You know the feeling: You are developing medical devices e.g. medical software and you don’t know exactly what you have to do. Or an audit is approaching, and Quality Management, Regulatory Affairs, and Development are getting nervous. Have you thought of all the laws and standards? Is your documentation complete?

We have put together a free Starter Kit to help you. It helps you...

  • learn the six steps to medical device "approval" so that you can sell your medical device as quickly as possible.
  • check whether you have thought of all legal and standard-related tasks when preparing for your audit. This helps prevent time-consuming rectification work, embarrassing complaints, and project delays.
  • get a quick overview of the content and save yourself the time and frustration of researching laws and standards.