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Predictive “Quality” for Patient Safety Webinar
A free webinar presented by Mgmt-Crtl and Compliance Group
Principal and Founder, Mgmt-Ctrl
Director, Xavier Health, Xavier University
Predictive Quality Management is an emerging category of industrial Artificial Intelligence solutions that provide manufacturers with a means to significantly reduce process-driven losses in quality and waste, by quickly identifying the root cause and, with a high degree of confidence, preventing those losses before they next occur.
Predictive “quality” for patient safety is focused on the management and reduction of patient harm that is associated with the use of a medical device.
Learn more about the predictive “quality” approach for the post-market management of patient harm, including the utilization of an analytical pathway to predictive ‘quality’ for improved patient safety.
Phase Appropriate GMPs for GCTs Webinar
A free webinar presented by Compliance Insight
Vice President, Operations, Compliance Insight
Manager, Regulatory Compliance, Compliance Insight
This free webinar will outline Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) for Gene and Cell Therapies (GCTs) that will enable you to:
- Get started in development – understand when too much is too much, and when too little is too little
- Avoid late phase/commercialization disasters by planning now
- Avoid delays in batch releases through proper risk mitigation planning
- Understand when you should validate methods or processes
Join us for one hour so you can learn successful practices in getting your therapies to the patients who need them.