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Reed Tech Navigator™ for Medical Devices

Reed Tech Navigator™ for Medical Devices

A whole new way to glean actionable insights from medical device quality and safety data

Quickly Research Multiple Datasets

Quickly Research Multiple Datasets

Instantly Analyze Quality & Safety Metrics

Improve Market Intelligence

One Place for Everything

Simplify and shorten your research and analysis process with Navigator. Search, analyze and compare your product portfolio to similar devices, all in one place. Navigator is available from a web-enabled computer, tablet or smartphone.

Unified Product View

Eliminate frustration and save hours of time compared to searching for risks related to a particular product across the FDA’s disparate databases.

Smart Search

Quickly find a specific product – or find all products of a particular type – and see at-a-glance which has the most adverse event reports, recalls or warning letters.

Head-to-Head Comparison Charts

Compare the quality and safety risks of your medical device products to competitors’ without additional analytics tools.

Benchmarking Against Industry Averages

Benchmark your products and competitors’ against the average of similar products.

Watchlist

In just a few clicks, build a list of products you want to monitor on an ongoing basis for new information.

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“Being able to type one piece of info at the beginning and see it all will save us a lot of research time”

RA/QA Director, Current Medical Device Customer

White Paper: Evaluating Medical Device Safety and Quality with Data Analytics

Download this white paper to learn:

  • Barriers to conducting meaningful analysis
  • Steps to standardizing data for comparison
  • The available public sources for device safety and quality data
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On-Demand Webinar: Extracting Medical Device Quality and Safety Insights

There’s a daunting amount of data out there about medical device quality and safety. Public sources such as FDA and private databases house valuable information about adverse events, recalls, inspection findings and warning letters. But this data can be difficult and time-consuming to locate, standardize and compare.
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