Creating a Culture of Quality at your MedTech Company

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This is a podcast episode titled, Creating a Culture of Quality at your MedTech Company. The summary for this episode is: Is creating a culture of quality a top priority at your MedTech company? But you’re not sure how or when to start? Today’s guest is Devon Campbell, founder of Prodct LLC, a MedTech company helping to establish and implement holistic, efficient, and practical product development and manufacturing strategies. In this episode, Devon shares valuable insight with listeners on the topic of quality culture within companies. His proven approach has helped a wide range of medical device professionals achieve success, from both a cultural and product development standpoint. Some of the highlights of the show include: ● When: Sooner than later, start a culture of quality to accelerate clinical/regulatory approval and achieve market success for your company. ● How: Devon helps companies create a culture of quality by aligning their systems and processes to meet future goals and objectives. ● Devon works with all staff, teams, and departments involved to better understand challenges and changes with a company’s quality management system (QMS). ● Culture of Quality: Start small and early on with the end result in mind to address compliance and quality related to product development. ● Compliance vs. True Quality: Purposefully and consciously develop and deliver a quality product and data to meet the needs of those who benefit from the device. ● Exciting events and exits are not all about making money by being acquired by companies, but receiving acknowledgement and appreciation from them. ● NanoView is a perfect example of how to build a culture of quality by going above and beyond, even overboard, by implementing and using a QMS. ● Document control is more important than you realize. Approach it in a phase-savvy way; pause and push yourself to document early and revise often.
Quality Culture is More than a Buzzword
00:41 MIN
Setting the Foundation for a Culture of Quality
00:57 MIN
Focusing on Quality from the Beginning
00:43 MIN
Quality is a Critical Element of Getting to the Finish-line
00:50 MIN
Establishing a QMS During the Research Phase
00:31 MIN
Start with the End in Mind
00:38 MIN

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Is creating a culture of quality a top priority at your MedTech company? But you’re not sure how or when to start? Today’s guest is Devon Campbell, founder of Prodct LLC, a MedTech company helping to establish and implement holistic, efficient, and practical product development and manufacturing strategies. In this episode, Devon shares valuable insight with listeners on the topic of quality culture within companies. His proven approach has helped a wide range of medical device professionals achieve success, from both a cultural and product development standpoint. Some of the highlights of the show include: ● When: Sooner than later, start a culture of quality to accelerate clinical/regulatory approval and achieve market success for your company. ● How: Devon helps companies create a culture of quality by aligning their systems and processes to meet future goals and objectives. ● Devon works with all staff, teams, and departments involved to better understand challenges and changes with a company’s quality management system (QMS). ● Culture of Quality: Start small and early on with the end result in mind to address compliance and quality related to product development. ● Compliance vs. True Quality: Purposefully and consciously develop and deliver a quality product and data to meet the needs of those who benefit from the device. ● Exciting events and exits are not all about making money by being acquired by companies, but receiving acknowledgement and appreciation from them. ● NanoView is a perfect example of how to build a culture of quality by going above and beyond, even overboard, by implementing and using a QMS. ● Document control is more important than you realize. Approach it in a phase-savvy way; pause and push yourself to document early and revise often.