Edwin Waldbusser is a consultant retired from industry after 20 years in management of development of medical devices (5 patents). He has been consulting in the areas of design control, risk analysis and software validation for the past 8 years. Mr. Waldbusser has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. He is a Lloyds of L Read more
Companies want to transition to electronic records but are afraid of compromising their quality system and receiving 483’s at their next inspection. Part of this fear originates from confusion. FDA originally published a rather severe 21 CFR Part 11. After industry complaints the FDA acknowledged that the regulation, as written, would result in nobody attempting to convert to electronic records. But, instead of rewriting the regulation, FDA said it would “selectively enforce” sections of the regulation. This webinar will explain what all this mean.
This Webinar will explain what 21 CFR Part 11 is, why it is important to FDA regulated companies and how conformance to Part 11 differs from just having good IT security. Procedures for controlling electronic signatures and electronic records will be explained. FDA regulated companies want to transition to electronic records for economy and efficiency. FDA, because of its concern for patient safety, wants to prevent electronic records from being compromised with possible resulting harm to the patient. FDA has set up regulations that address both data security and patient safety. We will show how 21 CFR part 11 considers both. The confusion over the original FDA regulation and its subsequent “selective enforcement” will be explained.
• Company certification medical device
• Records covered
• Audit trails
• Open /closed system access rules
• Electronic signatures
• Training requirements
What You Get:
• Training Materials
• Live Q&A Session with our Expert
• Participation Certificate
• Access to Signup Community (Optional)
• Reward Points
Who Will Benefit:
• IT Personnel
• Software Developers
• Engineering personnel
• For FDA regulated companies, any staff members who may be involved with computerized system projects, validation of those systems, or have responsibility for maintenance/security of electronic records. Additionally, staff members from companies which may develop software or computer systems for FDA regulated companies.