Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals are manufactured all over the world to the highest possible standards of quality and cleanliness. Regulators and health authorities, driven by the need to; prevent counterfeits, improve outcomes and reduce costs are increasingly enforcing similarly stringent regulation on the data that travels with these products from manufacture through the supply chain and to the patient.
This paper explores the role of the data that accompanies a product through its life-cycle and how medical device and pharmaceutical companies can leverage the quality of the data they provide for competitive advantage.
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Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals - The new role of data as the key ingredient of product quality