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Articles Tagged "data"

Finding Your Way in a Post-Lean/Six-Sigma World Using Operations Science

by BONEZONE | Jul 2018

This alternative approach to Lean and Six Sigma allows executives to build business success by making decisions guided by practical, scientific principles.... Read more »

Optimizing Your Supply Chain with Science, Data and People

by BONEZONE | May 2018

It is recommended to implement your optimal management of inventory, capacity and response time buffers to get the best possible solution for your unique challenges.... Read more »

Ceramics Expo 2018: Three Takeaways for Orthopaedic Engineers

by BONEZONE | May 2018

Topics of interest included a deep dive into the role of advanced data analytics in manufacturing and the future of ceramics in the spine space.... Read more »

Making the Most of UDI

by Chris Mosby | Aug 2016

UDI regulations have altered your business. Gaining solid ROI from your compliance efforts comes down to internal efficiency, capturing your own master data and learning how to use that data for product development, marketing and logistics.... Read more »

Applying Supply Chain Best Practices From Other Industries

by Chris Mosby | May 2016

OEMs are now more willing to leverage best practices and solutions from other industries. Those sources of inspiration are as diverse as high-tech, e-commerce and retail. While the highly-regulated nature of the industry presents obstacles to adopting new supply chain practices, increasing pric... Read more »

Big Data Tops FDA’s 2016 Priorities

by Carolyn LaWell | Nov 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

3D Printing, Cybersecurity Emerging Concerns for Device Manufacturers

by Hannah Corcoran | Nov 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Regulatory Expert Builds Web Tool to Assist Companies with 510(k)s

by Hannah Corcoran | Jul 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Mobile Medical Apps Attract OEM, FDA Attention

by Prithul Bom, MBA, RAC | Jun 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

U.S. Registry Offers New TJR Data

by BONEZONE | May 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

ACL Injuries More Common after Reconstruction

by BONEZONE | Aug 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Lessons Learned From Metal-on-Metal Implants

by Robert Packard | Mar 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Medicare: Trends in Beneficiaries Served and Hospital Resources Used in Implantable Medical Device Procedures

by BONEZONE | Aug 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Imaging Analytics: Optimizing Time Efficiencies

by BONEZONE | Dec 2011

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

The CMS/FDA Proposed Parallel Review Process: Can One Clinical Trial Really Satisfy Two Agencies?

by BONEZONE | Sep 2011

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Regulatory, Reimbursement & Clinical Challenges in the Orthopaedic Marketplace

by BONEZONE | Jun 2011

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Outcome Measures in Joint Replacement by Physical Activity Monitoring: Pre-pilot Study

by BONEZONE | Dec 2010

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

The Benefits of Capturing Product Data Are High - The Costs of Doing So Don’t Have to Be

by BONEZONE | Dec 2010

Co-authored by Keith Kennedy Perhaps more than at any other time in recent years, we are witnessing rapid changes in the way products and procedures are developed and measured in orthopaedics. In addition to innovative product advancements, there is a groundswell of interest in tracking product and... Read more »