Medical Device Clinical Affairs Strategy

The development and commercialization of medical devices is a complex process that requires careful planning and execution. A well-designed clinical strategy is a crucial component of this process, as it helps to ensure that the device meets the needs of patients, healthcare providers, and regulatory agencies.

We help sponsors to formulate a Risk-based Medical Device clinical affairs strategy to support the successful development, registration, and commercialization of different classes of medical devices. Following are our key strengths:

Medical Device Vigilance

At Techsol, we specialize in crafting a proactive, risk-based, and practical clinical affairs strategy using the following elements:

Device Investigation Plan

A comprehensive plan for conducting medical device clinical investigations, including the design of the trials, the selection of study sites and investigators, and the timeline for conducting the trials.

Regulatory Affairs

A plan for navigating the regulatory landscape, including medicla device trial registrations, study documents approval, the submission of clinical study reports, and other regulatory writings.

Medical Writing

Preparation of high-quality clinical study reports, regulatory documents, and other medical writing outputs, such as clinical trial protocols, informed consent forms, patient information leaflets, and publications.

Quality Assurance Plan

Ensuring that all aspects of the clinical development program, including clinical trials and medical writing outputs, are executed in accordance with good clinical practices and other quality standards.

Data Management Plan

Ensuring that clinical trial data is properly collected, stored, and analyzed, and that statistical analysis is performed to support the conclusions of the clinical trials.

Project Management

Ensuring that the Medtech Clinical development program is executed in accordance with the clinical development plan, and that project timelines, budgets, and resources are effectively managed.

A well-designed clinical affairs strategy can help medical product developers to navigate the complex and constantly evolving regulatory landscape, and to ensure that their clinical development programs are executed efficiently and effectively. By working with experienced medical writing consultants, organizations can benefit from expert guidance and support in developing and executing a clinical affairs strategy that meets their specific needs and goals.

Your Questions & Our Answers

We aim to address the following key challenges when developing and executing a medical device clinical affairs strategy. With careful planning, strong project management skills, and a deep understanding of the regulatory landscape and best practices in medical device clinical investigations, we help sponsors with:

 Navigating Through the Complex Medical Device Regulatory Landscape

 Providing a Scientifically Sound Clinical Trial Design

Supporting Patient Identification, Recruitment and Retention

 Delivering Clinical Data Management, Biostatistics & SAS Programming

 Providing Transparent Quality, Risk and Compliance Oversight

We use the best of technology platforms that helps us to deliver our medical writing services through continous real-time collaboration with sponsors. Following are some of the systems we use:

Compier Medical Writing Platform: This is our proprietary 100% digital content management platform that facilitates rapid content authoring, completing real-time collaborative review and allows continous content lifecycle management.  specifically for rapidly processing soft such as Microsoft Word to create documents.

Reference management software: Our Medical writers use reference management software such as EndNote, Mendeley, or Zotero to manage and organize their references.

Content management systems: If sponsors want us to use content management systems (CMS) like Veeva Vault, Documentum or Sharepoint, our team is familar with how to store and manage documents, track versions, and facilitate collaboration between different team members.

Typesetting software: Medical writers use typesetting software such as LaTeX or InDesign to create well-formatted documents, such as scientific publications and regulatory documents.

Medical Terminology software: Medical writers use medical terminology software such as SNOMED, ICD-10, or MedDRA to ensure accurate and consistent use of medical terms.

With the use of advanced technology and quality-driven processes, our medical writing team members collaborate with Biostatistics, Medical Affairs, Drug Safety and Clinical Data Management teams to deliver accurate and purposeful publications and other medical content with a quick turnaround with 100% compliance to global regulatory requirements. Every medical writing project is meticulously managed and delivered with stringent scientific, statistical, editorial and quality control review.

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