MedSurgPI Partnership Announcement

 
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MEDSURGPI PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT WITH DEVICIA FOR EU DEVICE EXPERTISE

MedSurgPI is expanding our services through our unique partnerships with experienced, dedicated, entrepreneurial consulting companies. In light of the current significant regulatory changes in the EU, increasing our regulatory and clinical expertise in Europe is essential. For that reason, we are proud to announce our new relationship with Sweden-based Devicia, a full-service medical device exclusive CRO. As members of Technical Committees and nominated as experts in international working groups writing medical device standards (such as ISO 14155), we will be able to provide our clients with an industry perspective and first-hand expert advice.

 Through this collaboration, MedSurgPI will provide:

·       MDR & IVDR transit and compliance  

Devicia has extensive knowledge of regulatory changes currently taking place in the EU with the implementation of medical device regulation (MDR) and in-vitro diagnostic device regulation (IVDR). Through the collaboration, MedSurgPI and Devicia can assist with regulatory strategy & gap analysis, technical files and design dossiers, classifications, regulatory submissions etc.

·       Clinical Evaluations

A key component in getting or maintaining a CE mark is the Clinical Evaluation Report. All medical devices on the EU market must perform a Clinical Evaluation according to MEDDEV 2.7/1 Rev 4. Devicia’s experienced medical writing team performs clinical evaluations according to the current guidelines and fulfils the requirements of the role of a clinical evaluator.

·       EU Device Clinical Investigation

Devicia provides full-service support for all kinds of clinical investigations (single center, multicenter multinational RCT’s, registries etc.) both before and after CE mark. Devicia also supports clients with the new MDR requirements for Post Market Clinical Follow up (PMCF).  Devicia is nominated as a Swedish expert in the ISO/Technical Committee 194 Working Group 4 governing clinical investigations of medical devices in humans.

 ·       Licenses for ISO 14155 Clinical QMS

 ISO 14155:2011 is specifically tailored to the requirements for medical device clinical investigations. Through the collaboration, MedSurgPI can offer access through licenses to SOP’s, templates and forms to be able to conduct a clinical investigation according to ISO 14155:2011.

 gklein@medsurgpi.com                         pjohnson@medsurgpi.com

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