For full functionality of this page it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser Medical Device Industry Category Archives

Category: Medical Device Industry

Mar
17

The Trump Budget’s Potential Impact on Compliance and Recalls

President Donald Trump’s proposed budget could have wide ranging implications in virtually every industry. In the medical and food industries, the sweeping cuts could impact the implementation of new regulations and development of new research – which could ultimately impact product recalls. The administration’s

Continue Reading
Mar
01

Fighting Fatigue: Avoiding Recall Reannouncements

Many business leaders may think the worst case scenario when it comes to product defects is a recall. But imagine having to reannounce the recall months later. It’s a common situation, especially among consumer products and medical devices. Unfortunately, this situation can’t always be avoided.

Continue Reading
Feb
21

Ripple Effect: When Med Device Recalls Cause Critical Shortages

A recall is bad enough, but when that recall causes a shortage of a critical medical device, the problem is compounded. That was the case with a recent recall of a device used to deliver naloxone, which is used by first responders to reverse an opioid overdose. The situation made headlines because it left first responders in some communities without an effective method of delivering the potentially life-saving drug. Recall situations put medical device manufacturers in a unique position.

Continue Reading
Jan
04

FDA Finalizes Guidance on Emerging Signals

Nearly a year after the draft was issued, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finalized guidance on emerging signals – when a potential problem with a medical device already on the market could alter the benefit-risk assessment among patients and their healthcare providers.

Continue Reading
Dec
07

21st Century Cures Act Calls for 21st Century Recall Preparation

The 21st Century Cures Act has cleared a major Senate hurdle and is expected to be signed into law by President Obama. Among other provisions, the bill will fast-track the approval process for certain drugs and medical devices. The $6.

Continue Reading

Subscribe to Our Blog

Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS

ExpertSOLUTIONS focuses on helping customers by providing proven, customer-centric, scalable services that protect people and brands, promote health and safeguard the environment.

find out more

Stericycle on Twitter

Communication

Get In Touch

If you’re ready to get started with our extensive suite of services then contact us today. We have a team of experts ready to assist you!

Contact Us today