Monitor your inventory for new safety events and compare quality of devices before purchasing
Ensuring your patients’ safety and maintaining profitability are clear priorities that require diligence. Unfortunately, comparing device quality profiles before making purchasing decisions is a very resource consuming process and ongoing, manual monitoring of your entire inventory is nearly impossible. So with these priorities in mind, Reed Tech has created Navigator for Medical Devices. In just a few clicks, you can compare multiple devices for purchasing decisions, gain an understanding of the safety history of a device, or set up alerts for any new safety events that may occur after these devices are part of your inventory or have been used in patient care.
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Instant access to search by FDA Product Code, Manufacturer Name, Intended Use, and more
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At a glance, Navigator can help:
Quickly see safety trends with connected
and normalized data—all in one place
Trust that you have access to clean data to
understand reported product problems,
adverse event reports, recalls and their causes
Conduct quality comparisons before making purchasing decisions
Quickly see safety trends with connected and normalized data—all in one place
Proactively alert you when a new safety event occurs
Setting Up Product Alerts
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Instant access to search by FDA Product Code, Manufacturer Name, Intended Use, and more:
- Product Search: search by K Number, PMA Number and Device Type with advanced filtering to refine results.
- Clearance Search: quickly search by K Number, De Novos Number, Device Description, or Intended Use/Indication for Use, a feature only found in Navigator.
- Adverse Events: search by Report Number, MDR Report Key or Initial Event Date with additional filters to refine results sets.
- Watchlists: monitor new events for selected products or separately, for selected clearances.
Understand the trends for medical safety and quality—then use that knowledge to better inform risk management, product design, market research, post-market surveillance and regulatory intelligence.