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Guest Column: Don't Let These 2 Quality Nightmares Keep You Up At Night

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Former CDRH Office of Compliance Director Steve Silverman advises device manufacturers to address two common "quality nightmares": competitors passing them by as they address quality issues and regulatory enforcement actions that can cause them to fall behind other firms. "Good quality doesn't just save device-makers from less-than-baseline compliance; in fact, good quality usually saves money due to fewer compliance deviations," Silverman writes along with his McKinsey & Co. colleagues David Keeling, Enno de Boer and Ted Fuhr in this "Gray Sheet" Medtech Talk column.

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