Regulatory affairs Suppliers Directory
Medical device regulatory affairs consultants ensure that companies follow the regulations set by FDA or other regulatory bodies around the world. They may assist with regulatory submissions, compliance, or postmarket surveillance of products, in addition to other activities. In this directory, you'll find knowledgeable regulatory affairs specialists focusing on the medical device industry.
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Business & Decision Life Sciences
...& Decision Life Sciences provides consulting services in the fields of clinical data management, device safety, information systems compliance, regulatory compliance and computer systems/software validation. The company can also provide compliant hosting and cloud computing se...
MDI Consultants, Inc.
...problems and concerns and using innovative strategies, has earned mdi the reputation of a company that cares about its clients. Our knowledge of FDA regulatory affairs makes mdi Consultants the leader in this area. mdi has customized over 400 quality systems for companies worldwid...
MEDevice Services LLC
MEDevice Services (MDS) provides personalized, cost-effective FDA and Health Canada regulatory- and quality-related assistance and training to companies of all sizes as well as to entrepreneurs. Services include QSR, 510(k) submissions, U.S. agent, Canadian Class I, II, III, and IV...
Regulatory Specialists, Inc
Contact: Robyn ScopisYear Established: 1989No. of Employees: 30 Regulatory Specialists Inc. provides regulatory affairs services to the medical device, diagnostic, and pharmaceutical industries. The company can handle all procedures needed to file for and obtain approval to market...
RJR Consulting, Inc. is a global life sciences regulatory compliance company founded in 2002, serving businesses, organizations and governments around the world. Headquartered just outside of Columbus, Ohio, we have offices in Brussels, Belgium and Buenos Aires, Argentina with mult...
In order to shorten the product development cycle, medical device manufacturers need to identify as early as possible the world-wide regulatory requirements for new or modified products. Until global harmonization is reached, it is important to develop supporting documents which ar...