Medical Device and Pharamaceutical
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We have two assemblies - one assembled in-house as a regular manufactured part to be used in the final assembled system. The other is the same part, assembled from the same sub-components, but obtained from a sub-contract supplier. The subcontracted part is an alternate for the primary assembly part in cases where outside labor is needed. These are currently set up as a manufactured part and a purchased part, respectively. We see that PO suggestions does not suggest purchasing the subcontract version when stock is low for the primary or the alternate.We are trying to re-think the nature of the two parts. My hunch is that we should make the alternate assembly a straight purchased part and not as a subcontract operation on a job. I do not believe they are sending the subcomponents out to the supplier to assemble but rather having them secure the components themselves and “sell” the finished alternative part. This would allow PO Suggestions to deal with it.Any thoughts on handling
My name is Mark Kaminski, I am a Principal Product Manager at Epicor and I am looking for customers that would like to be apart of a Product Advisory Board I am putting together.I am looking for our Medical Device or Regulated customers. I am looking to get feedback from our customers that have challenges with missing features around the Med Device or regulated workflow. I understand there are gaps in the offering and I want to close those gaps. I would like to hear from our customers about our gaps and the needs our customers have. We believe we understand our challenges but want confirmation from the customers instead of building what we think we should. I would also like to understand what workarounds you have in place to bridge the gaps that could be eliminated with enhanced features.If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, please email me and we can get started. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me. Thanks for your time and have a gre
With eDHR on the horizon, Integration with Mattec and a host of other topics specific to Medical Devices and Pharmaceutical, I would like to see if we could possibly reinvigorate this SIG.Especially with the advancement of Zoom & Teams, it should make participating in a vertical SIG much easier than in the past.I’m more than happy to do the heavy lifting to get this off the ground.Is there Interest? How do we find/notify other Epicor MD&P companies What’s your top 2 topics when it comes to Epicor MD&P?Many Thanks,Steve van NimanTyber Medical
We currently use a UD field for our shelf life but want to start using the Epicor canned field. It would be used to calculate our expiration date and “best before date” fields. The current logic uses the date of lot creation to calculate both dates. But we would like to base it on the Original Manufacturing date (instead of lot creation date). Does anyone have any successful reporting suggestions/examples that would aid us in setup?
Please join us for the inaugural Epicor Users Group (EUG) Epicor Medical Device Manufacturers Special Interest Group (SIG) Virtual Meeting on Wednesday, October 9, 2013 to hear about the latest tips and tricks for Epicor Medical Device Manufacturers. In this informative virtual meeting, we will be discussing: Software Validation—Understand the requirements of FDA Part 11 for software validation with respect to your Epicor solution. Discussion led by Michael Heaps, IQS Automated Testing for Epicor (ATE) Overview—An overview demonstration of the automated testing tool that Epicor has developed to make it easier to build and deploy validation scripts against the Epicor ERP environment. Brad Boren from Epicor will be online to go over this with us. Online Discussion on Software Validation—Ask your questions for online collaboration with other device manufacturers. Wrap-up and next meeting discussion We are personally inviting you to be part of thi
Join us for the second Epicor Users Group (EUG) Epicor Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Special Interest Group (SIG) Virtual Meeting on Monday, February 3, 2014 at 10-12:00 central, 8-10:00 pacific, 11-1:00 eastern to hear about the latest tips and tricks for Epicor Medical Device Manufacturers.In this informative virtual meeting we will be discussing: Electronic Signatures and BPM—User demonstration of creating top BPMs in their business; including Electronic Signatures Enhanced Quality—Learn how to manage controlled test plans and the results for products, groups of products, processes, and other testing. This solution offers the ability to define testing elements or attributes as well as lists of attributes to test which can be used to measure against testing results for pass/fail decision criteria. Serial Numbers—Understand how Epicor tracks serialized products through the software and how you can leverage this capability in your business. Wrap-up and next meeting
A quality consulting firm that I know is holding a WebEx on this topic. If you have interest or want to learn more, contact me directly, please. Carl Heeder, CFADirector, ERP SystemsIDEV Technologies, Inc.253 Medical Center Blvd.Webster, TX 77598281-525-2188cell 281-797-2200
Don't foregt our Virtual Forum scheduled for Oct 9 at 2PM central time that reviews Validation issues and techniques. As a potential future topic, I will be recommending the Sunshine Law. And I wanted to mention that we have found a pretty good solution for recording and reporting travel and entertainment expenses involving physicians and health care providers. If anyone wants to know more, please contact me
I want to thank all of you who logged in yesterday to hear and see the presentation on Validation. I was very pleased by the number of participants and by the presentations and hope you were as well. And again, I invite your comments about the presentation both good and bad, and we are asking for your ideas for future events. Thanks again......
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