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The change from QSR to QMSR will have a significant impact on manufacturers' quality system requirements for the US. In this webcast, quality experts will take a focused look at what the proposed QMSR changes mean for device manufacturers’ QMS, including organizations that currently adhere to the FDA QSR standard.
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The focus will be on quality and regulatory professionals from medical device organizations with a presence or interest in the US market – although all device manufacturers will find value in this webinar.
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Lisa Schwartz joined NAMSA in 2021 as a Principal Quality Consultant and is passionate about helping manufacturers improve QMS to ensure compliance to quality standards and regulatory requirements. Lisa has more than 20 years of experience in the medical device industry, including developing, implementing and managing quality management systems (QMS) for medical devices startups to midsize and global companies. While in industry, she has held various individual contributor and quality leadership roles in quality assurance supporting or overseeing QMS compliance, design, manufacturing, quality engineering, supplier quality and auditing. Other medical device industry experience involves a wide range of products including: implantable devices, single use products and drug coated devices. She also has experience working for a notified body as a lead auditor, 510(k) reviewer and project manager.
Linda Mummah-Schendel has more than 30 years of regulatory experience in the medical device industry. She has developed, implemented and trained on new and re-engineered quality systems, including projects related to continuous improvement, product non-conformance, CAPA systems and root cause analyses. She has led multiple project management and development activities for a wide variety of medical devices and combination drug/devices, including in vitro diagnostic (IVD) and biopharmaceutical products. An expert in GMP regulation and ISO 13485 quality system requirements, Mummah-Schendel also has extensive knowledge and experience surrounding IDE and PMA submissions.
SPEAKER BIO Rich Granquist has 16 years of experience in the medical device industry and has spent extensive time working with both start up manufacturers and larger, global device manufacturers. He specializes in quality system development and risk management.
Rich Granquist has 16 years of experience in the medical device industry and has spent extensive time working with both start up manufacturers and larger, global device manufacturers. He specializes in quality system development and risk management.
Granquist started in the medical device industry as a microbiologist focusing on aseptic technique and terminal sterilization at Cook Medical. During his eight year career at Cook, he expanded his responsibilities to include coordination of pre-clinical testing including, packaging validation, biocompatibility testing and reprocessing instruction validation for urology and women’s health devices. Before leaving Cook, Rich spent two years as a quality engineer performing complaint investigations, root cause investigation and product development focusing on aortic intervention vascular devices. In 2014, Rich joined NAMSA as a quality systems consultant and has now been with the company for eight years. In 16 years in the industry, he has participated in numerous AAMI ISO standards committees and currently sits on the committees for ISO 14971, ISO 13485, and ISO 15223.
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