Changes & Collaboration in Lifecycle Management: Insights from Jane Wilson, Owen Mumford
In this exclusive interview conducted ahead of this year’s Drug-Device Combination Products conference, Jane Wilson, Product Safety Manager at Owen Mumford shares her top tips for how to successfully manage the entire product lifecycle, from planning and design to process and manufacture.
Download the interview for free to get Jane Wilson’s answers to the following questions:
- What are the biggest challenges you experience when collaborating between medical device and pharma companies?
- What works well for you when collaborating across the whole lifecycle management?
- Is it common for pharma and medical device companies to miscommunicate with the language they use? Are you able to clarify what some of the fundamental terms are?
- What would be your top tips then for anyone successfully trying to work together?
Split across three days, the event will focus on one key question: Can you successfully launch and manage a combination product? With this in mind, our expert speaker panel will take you on a journey through a 100% interactive programme, helping you to:
- Ensure multi-functional stakeholders are bought into the lifecycle
- Improve your medical device and pharma team collaboration
- Learn how to interpret risk management requirements
- And much more…
Jane Wilson will also participate in a round table discussion at this year’s conference to identify the key strategies required to optimise lifecycle management processes, from concept to market. More information on the session can be found here.
Below is a preview of the interview:
Pharma IQ: What are the biggest challenges you experience when collaborating between medical device and pharma companies?
Jane Wilson: Developing a product whilst keeping the full product lifecycle in mind can be a challenge. There is just so much to focus on. The two teams are busy working to deliver the product to specifications and deadlines. We find with big pharma in particular that the teams who work on the development of a product often…
Please note: That all fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.