D17 - Continuous Quality Improvement using New Technologies
Trish Borzon
1150 Posts
In the life sciences, continuous improvement is one of the most important principles of quality management. Organizations that look for methods of improvement demonstrate to the regulatory bodies (such as the FDA an MHRA) that the state of the business and operational functions are regularly being reviewed and up to current quality and regulatory standards. These actions support an organization’s need to manufacture and release quality products that are safe and effective for patients. Today, technology is at the forefront of continuous improvement which can support predictive decision making and aid in risk management strategies. If organization’s can harness the power of the data and apply it to technology, greatness can be achieved. Learn more about how the Intelligent Automation spectrum can help achieve quality outcomes within your Continuous Quality Improvement lifecycle.