Why Medical Device Startups Need to Implement a ‘Right-Sized’ QMS with David Amor
This is a podcast episode titled, Why Medical Device Startups Need to Implement a ‘Right-Sized’ QMS with David Amor. The summary for this episode is: If you are in the business of medical devices, then you must eat, breathe, and live quality management systems. In order to get to market and sell your products successfully, your quality system needs to be right-sized, and meeting all of the regulations can be one of the hardest hurdles to cross in this business. Our guest today is here to talk about how you can surpass these hurdles, and David’s insight and resources will help you manage your quality system in the best way possible. David Amor is a medtech consultant who’s behind the genius consultation firm at www.medgineering.com. And today he’s talking about exactly that: consultation for your quality management systems. Managing the quality of your products is something that needs to be taken care of when you’re starting your business. “The bigger your company gets, the more scrutiny you’re going to get from the FDA and the higher the expectation is from the FDA.” – David Amor That’s why finding the right-size system for you right now is extremely important. Tune in now to find out how you can build your business and your management systems at the same time. Today’s topics discussed: - What startups should do to succeed in the medical device realm - Understanding where your business fits within the field and the FDA’s regulations - Practical implementation of quality systems and its regulations - Finding the right size for your quality management system - How to manage your quality systems while still focusing on the development of your medical devices Resources mentioned: David built his consultation website – www.myquickconsult.com – exclusively for startups, giving you access to Med Tech execs who can answer your questions and give you reviews on your quality systems. Email David at email@example.com for a discount. And don’t forget to visit greenlight.guru for your quality management system needs.