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Medical Compliance Software on Teams & Office 365 – Introduction Video

Medical Compliance Software on Microsoft Teams and Office 365.

BPAMedical365 is a disruptive cloud software for quality and compliance, designed for any regulated industry, ready to be installed in your secure Microsoft Teams and Office 365 environment. The app is modern – runs on any device – it’s flexible to adapt to your needs – and innovative – leveraging your Microsoft 365 tools.

The app includes prebuilt integrated modules to cover ISO 13485, FDA and Medical Device regulations.

Use the app on any device, like a phone or a tablet, to access documents, view eSignatures, navigate in the QMS, view nonconformities, log an incident using intelligent conditional forms, and search the whole QMS portal.

With Teams, you have a single entry point to access your QMS, including discussions to instantly interact with team members, approvals, and video conferencing. This will boost efficiency !

The app is not like a traditional quality tool, it’s a collaborative workspace for the whole company, dedicated to continual improvement, and including all SharePoint capabilities.

eSignatures ensure only authorized users sign their piece of work, like approving a compliance document, or investigating a nonconformity.

BPA has developed prebuilt Power Automate workflows for each software module, ready to be imported in your tenant.

Ready-for-use Power BI reports bring consolidated data to managers for quick decision making.

We have developed generic Power Apps to plug and play with BPAMedical365 for easy incident registration by taking photos and simplified auditing even while offline.

Go a step further, meet your industry 4.0 objectives, comply with good practices in regulated industries, and reach instant quality improvement with BPAMedical365, Teams and Microsoft technologies.

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Driving Efficient Risk Management

Risk management is a fundamental part of your Quality Management System. In the latest ISO 9001:2015 quality standard, risk management has become a central preoccupation.

Risk management is about developing a preventive attitude to avoid the occurrence of unfortunate events. In managing risks, companies can save resources, improve productivity and increase collaborators’ safety and health.

Not just used in banking or insurance organizations, an efficient risk management can have a direct impact on profits, revenue and business continuity.

A typical risk management process contains 4 main steps:

  • Risk identification
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk treatment
  • Risk monitoring

It’s good to start by defining company processes prior to identifying risks. A process map illustrates value added and resource processes in order to deliver valuable products/services to satisfy customers.

 

Knowing issues, indicators and risks for each process gives clear insights on how to make improvements.

There are 2 ways to identify risks, on the strategic or operational level. SWOT or stakeholder expectation analysis are great tools to identify strategic risks. In daily operations, issues, complaints, audits, correctives actions, indicators, etc. are typical events used to  detect risks. A recurring issue is a typical source for declaring a new risk.

 

 

Different methodologies exist to assess risks. A simple one is to assess probability/occurrence and impact/gravity of risks. The risk severity is the multiplication of probability by impact factors. The impact is sometimes expressed as a monetary value. In FMEA’s methodology (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis), the risk severity is the multiplication of three factors: impact, probability and detection. The risk severity is often displayed in a risk heat map for a specific period. A scorecard is an ideal tool to monitor risk assessment values over  time with their trends.

 

High severity risks display in the red zone of the heat map. These risks need to be treated. Corrective actions are assigned to the process owners, to reduce the risk probability or impact. Periodical controls are set to monitor risks.

Risk compliance documents will be needed to describe your risk methodologies and procedures with their related instructions. These documents are usually part of your quality document management system.

Excel spreadsheets are not ideal to manage risks with their related actions and controls. Excel is a personal tool that is not adapted for collaborative work.

An integrated digital quality management software like BPA Quality will help quality managers to have a participative quality and risk management system.

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