Adverse Event Reporting Posts

Strategies for Electronic Medical Device Reporting (eMDR) Success [free e-book]

Strategies for Electronic Medical Device Reporting (eMDR) Success [free e-book]

Adonna Blasko, Marketing Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

We’ve all been anticipating the final electronic reporting deadline since last Valentine’s Day when the deadline of August 14, 2015 was first announced. Are you ready? For all medical device manufacturers and importers out there, don’t get stuck with a less than ideal process just to meet this deadline. Get your complimentary e-book to arm your company with knowledge you need to build a successful electronic medical device reporting process that works best for you.

Whether or not you are already submitting your medical device reports electronically, this e-book can help you understand how the process works, and design a great eMDR process to meet your mandatory reporting requirements. Learn tips from companies who were the first to implement, and get a handle on all the steps you will need to follow. (more…)

electronic Medical Device Reports: 3 Reasons Med Device Manufacturers Should Go Electronic Now

electronic Medical Device Reports: 3 Reasons Med Device Manufacturers Should Go Electronic Now

Adonna Blasko, Marketing Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

We’ve already covered the impact of recent eMDR regulation updates on the industry (the overall benefits for patients and the health care community as a whole) in a previous post. Now let’s take a closer look at why medical device manufacturers may not want to delay their transition to electronic medical device reporting. (more…)

The ACK Facts: Truths About eMDR Acknowledgement Files

The ACK Facts: Truths About eMDR Acknowledgement Files

Adonna Blasko, Marketing Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

When it comes to adverse event reporting and eMDR, understanding how things work plays a role in your organization’s success. This is especially true with acknowledgement files (ACKs), as they determine whether you have met your regulatory reporting requirements. (more…)