Video Posted – Where Are They Now [TC Dojo Open Session On-Line Event]

Video Posted – Where Are They Now [TC Dojo Open Session On-Line Event]

Video from Today’s TC Dojo Open Session — “Where Are They Now?” have been posted! It was fun to talk about what’s been done and what different organizations (regardless of industry) has achieved. It was also amazing to think of the oldest implementation we talked about got started 23 years ago! We know that there‚Äôs a software side to dynamic information delivery, but it was great to discover that you didn’t have to go out and build software to make it work. Equally impressive was the discovery that once you get it set up, you don’t really have to keep tweaking it to keep it up and running. I hope you enjoyed it.

Documentation, Medical Devices, and the FDA

This month the implementation date for MDD directive (2007/47/EC) comes due. There are a number of issues that require action by manufacturers (changes to the Essential Requirements, clearer requirements for clinical evaluation, changes to the QA of third parties) and...

The Benefit Content Reuse Brings to Business

Their reuse is at 90%. Their writers are reusing written, translated, validated translations that they can prove are untouched and reused as is. In their system, they can certify, based on the validity of the system, that they are using exactly the same content. They haven’t touched it; there are no changes: they haven’t created a revision that triggers other processes and other costs.

Dynamic product information delivery systems reduce translation costs

Greg was responsible for bringing a dynamic information delivery system into Medtronic. When you talk to him, he’ll say that “you don’t want to do how/what we did. It’s 10 yrs later. But I want to encourage you. There are vast savings and vast reductions in cycle time and vast improvements to do in this field, if you do it smart, build your vision, and go be passionate about it.”