Ensuring Data Integrity & Facilitating Compliance with ISO 17025

Today’s quality landscape is incredibly complex with multiple data analysis, informatics, and enterprise systems. To ensure quality results, regulators across industries are focusing on data integrity, data security and consistent laboratory practices. This seminar will describe the data integrity guidance documents from the MHRA, FDA, EMA and WHO and the recent changes that were implemented in ISO/IEC 17025:2017. It will also explain how today’s informatics solutions can help lab managers ensure compliance, drive efficiency and productivity and transform the lab.

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