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The Importance of Data Quality Management to UDI Regulation and Compliance

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Data quality management, like data governance discussed in the prior article in the series, is a core component of a successful enterprise information management strategy and should be an integral part of any medical device manufacturer’s approach to unique device identification compliance.

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Data management plays a crucial role in the medical industry. The centralized data management system from http://www.dataladder.com prepares the report of patients and it is channelized to the other departments for further testing. This is why clinical data management comes into play. UDI labeling takes care of such data. The Global unique device identification database takes care of such issues. If you use software for this use then I am sure it will help in saving your time.
Posted by Mark N | Saturday, February 22 2014 at 12:40PM ET
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