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The Crucial Role of Notifications in Life Sciences + Closing the Digital Loop

July 13, 2017 / by Alexa Sussman

LS-Roundup-verse-small_2.jpgThis week’s roundup brings you the latest from the Life Sciences industry.

First, we revisit the ever-important topic of notifications to see the role they have in Life Science organizations. Then, we look at an article from MPO that gives insight into developing a more efficient medical device supply chain. Finally, quality magazine shows us how to close the digital loop, from engineering to manufacturing.

Happy reading!

Notifications for the Life Science Industry: Don’t Get Lost in the Shuffle
Author: Emily Ysaguirre via the Traqpath Blog

Having a centralized environment is important for keeping everyone in the loop and communicating quickly. This post outlines exactly how automated notifications can create that centralized environment and quickly collaborate with team members.

This post gives a real-world example of how notifications can improve overall business operations as opposed to outdated communication methods like phone calls and emails. To learn more, read the full post here­.

Implant Forward Thinking into Medical Device Supply
Author: Josh Cannon via MPO Magazine

According to market research, supply chains make up a good portion of a medical device company’s costs and bring about many challenges. This article talks about those challenges and what manufacturers can do to ease those pain points.

Forward thinking, or evolving best practices to the next level as needs change, can help organizations improve many areas of the supply chain.

Read on to learn the place of thinking in inventory control, new technology models and other areas of a supply chain.

Closing the Digital Loop—Engineering to Manufacturing
Via Quality Magazine

In the world of design and manufacturing, there’s often a disconnect in communication and interpretation caused by location and language barriers.

This post breaks down the specific challenges, and how big data can help overcome them. An impactful method is by changing from a document-based strategy to a model-based strategy. This keeps a complete digital file of information that can be passed along to all involved.

The article then moves on to the importance of adhering to quality standards such as ISO to achieve the most efficient processes.

For more details, read the full post here.

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