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Crisis Prevention and Recovery, LLC / SoftwareCPR, Tampa, FL USA – (November 15, 2022) “We are pleased to announce that our partner, Dr Peter Rech, has been reappointed to serve the next 3 years as convener for IEC technical committee 62/SC 62D/MT23 Infusion Pumps.  In this role, Dr Rech will be responsible for organizing and administering...
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ISO 14971:2019 Medical Device Risk Management, A Software Organization’s Perspective Public Training Course DATES:  Jan 9-11, 2023 Includes “how to” for application of IEC 62304 for software risk management! COST: 3 Full Days for $2,995 DISCOUNTS: 3 or more students from same company: 10% discount (off full registration) November 2022 Early Registration:  $2,395 Register at...
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A course dedicated to “SaMD Risk Management Training?” Yes and much more! More discussion on Risk Management Training between our General Manager, Brian Pate, and our Partner, Dr. Peter Rech, regarding our January 2023 public training course on the application of ISO 14971 and IEC 62304 to system risk analysis and software risk analysis.  Our...
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I recently spoke with Dr. Peter Rech about the 2019 update to ISO 14971 as he and I prepare for our upcoming public training course on January 9-11, 2023, in Tampa, Florida USA.  Registration information can be found at this post: 14971 Risk Management Training Course If you would like more information on applying IEC 62304...
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This content is only available to our Premium subscribers. See our Subscribe page for information on subscriptions. ISO 14971 was updated and released in 2019.  We previously discussed the internal debate regarding ISO 14917 in this post ISO 14971 versus the EU Commission. There are several items to consider with the new update: Section 10.1 - “The manufacturer...
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ISO 14971 Risk Analysis Identifying safety risks in medical devices is a challenging and laborious process.  The process standard, ISO 14971, is a systematic, total product risk management lifecycle process to identify, control, and evaluate risk, where risk is defined as the combination of severity of the harm (to people, property, or environment) and probability...
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What concerns FDA when conducting a benefit-risk assessment of medical devices?  The answer is a long list of variables that can vary by type of device, target population, and indications for use, but the clear focus is on patient safety and benefit. The FDA considers both the device benefit-risk assessment, as well as evidence and...
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In SoftwareCPR’s opinion, a somewhat unique, very well conceived, and well designed tool for the specialized craft of risk analysis as well as safety assurance cases.  The tool is very configurable, allowing customized structures for your own methods.  The ability to view data from an FMEA, FTA, or table view saves valuable time during creation...
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This content is only available to Standards Navigators subscribers.  See our Subscribe page for information on subscriptions. The link provides the formal objection to the harmonization of ISO 14971 from the European Commission.   EN Deharmonization of Cen-Standards 2010-11
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This content is only available to Standards Navigators subscribers.  See our Subscribe page for information on subscriptions. The link provides the response from ISO TC 210 to the EC objections to ISO 14971.  ISO TC210 Comments on deharmonization of EN14971
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This content is only available to Premium and higher subscribers.  See our Subscribe page for information on subscriptions. Prepared this example Device Risk Management SOP for the purpose of risk analysis training where the pros and cons could be further discussed.  This example is modeled on the approach required by ISO 14971 and expands on it with...
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Upcoming SoftwareCPR Training Courses:

Public Course – Jan 9-11, 2023 – Risk Management (in-person)

Our newly updated ISO 14971:2019 Medical Device Risk Management, A Software Organization’s Perspective public training course is now open for registration!

Where:  Tampa, Florida

  • Coverage of ISO 14971:2019, IEC 62304; amd1, and IEC/TR 80002-1.
  • System level hazards analysis – mapping to software, cybersecurity, and usability
  • Why FMEA is incomplete for medical device risk management.
  • How to perform software hazards analysis.
  • And more!

3-days onsite with group exercises, quizzes, examples, Q&A.

Instructors: Dr. Peter Rech, Brian Pate

Discount Registration through October 31, 2022.  Reserve your spot!

Register here: https://events.eventzilla.net/e/2023-softwarecpr-public-training-course–iso-14971-medical-device-risk-management-a-software-organizations-perspective-2138576610

 

Public Course – Dec 12-15, 2022 – Being Agile & Yet Compliant (virtual)

COST: 4 half days for $1,920 per person

HOURS: 11 am until 3 pm EDT each day

TRAINING LOCATION: Virtual – live online

Register here:

https://events.eventzilla.net/e/december-2022-softwarecpr-agile-and-compliant-training-course-2138573767

 

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