Organizational Culture and Memory in Managing Risk in the Medical Device Industry

Posted 15 August 2017 By Darin Oppenheimer, DRSc, Suraj Ramachandran, MS, RAC

placeholder+image This article discusses the importance of organizational culture and memory in the medical device industry's risk management practices. The authors cite new data from an academic study and an existing FDA study of medical device industry participants to suggest risk management practices are not often an integral part of a medical device organization's culture although many organizations claim to have a "culture of quality."

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Categories: Medical Devices, Business Skills, Features, US, FDA

Tags: Risk Management, Organizational Culture

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