Full life cycle management

Your key to responsible medical device manufacturing

Full life cycle management

Mass production of a medical device or bringing a new medical device to market requires extensive knowledge and the appropriate supporting technologies and infrastructure. Not all OEMs and device manufacturers have the vast resources required to support the launch of new medical devices. As a device manufacturer (or OEM), your core competency may be in concept generation, product design, or regulatory matters. Ultimately, competency, support, and quality at every stage of the product life cycle will determine how well the market will take up your product. Bringing in veteran contract manufacturers from the earliest stages will result in better product profit margins. They should be involved from the concept stage to design & development—NPD (new product development), PFD (process flow diagram), DFM (design for manufacturing), pre-PFMEA (pre-process failure mode effect analysis)—technology transfers, NPI (new product introductions), and finally, manufacturing and delivery (efficient supply chain).

The full life cycle management challenge

Managing the complete life cycle of bringing a medical device into the market is challenging for medical device manufacturers whose core competency is research and development. When it comes to manufacturing and regulatory compliance of medical devices, OEMs prefer partnering with an experienced contract manufacturer offering transparency of operations and quality control every step of the way.

Approach & Solutions

Whether your company needs minor modifications or start-to-finish support, our development team offers specific services and consultation. Dedicated teams at Quasar’s Israel facility have worked with both large device producers (with in-house design teams) and small producers (with no expertise in device optimization). Quasar ensures efficiency, allowing you to save time and resources by cutting production costs and avoiding regulatory issues with a streamlined transition from the NPD to NPI stages.

Full life cycle management
Advantages of Full Life Cycle Management
  • Faster time to market
  • Integrated quality management system (QMS)
  • Seamless process, traceability, and end-to-end visibility
  • Cost management and ongoing improvement projects
  • Integration of technology and use of the highest quality of materials for producing medical devices to create positive end-user experiences and interface designs
Short Time to Market
Faster Time to Market
Streamlined production
Streamlined Production
End to End Vision
End-to-End Visibility
Expert Engineered

Quasar makes every effort to help you achieve a high ROI for your medical device. Product design is supported by a streamlined production process and stringent regulatory checks. Our team of cross-functional experts (quality, engineering, product design, regulatory, and production) collaborates with you to eliminate redundancies and optimize every stage of the product life cycle, reducing time to market and production costs.

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