April 18, 2012

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UBM and Cambashi Survey Investigates How to Improve Medical Device Manufacturing

198953-UBM_joint_logo.GIFResearch and consulting firm Cambashi (Cambridge, UK and Boston, MA), with the support of UBM Canon, has launched a new research survey with the aim of better understanding the best practices used by medical device industry leaders to improve margins and grow market share. This study is focused on the challenges medical device manufacturers face in seeking to grow and increase quality and financial performance in the face of complex and changing regulatory requirements. The confidential questionnaire covers respondents’ current situation, challenges, and approaches for improvement, as well as performance improvement accomplishments. Questions also ask about processes, suppliers, software technologies, information flows, and strategic actions to support reliable, safe, and high-quality medical device manufacturing through the global supply chain and the product lifecycle. 


A sneak preview of the findings will be presented at MD&M East, May 21-24 in Philadelphia. Lead researcher Julie Fraser will share data from the study to highlight best practices and approaches for success. She will also be available to answer questions and discuss issues with event attendees.


Researches are requesting individuals who either work for or supply materials to medical device manufacturers to participate. Those interested can participate in the survey here through April 30.

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