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Dev Raheja

Dev Raheja, Keynote Speaker at Compliance Key INC. He has over 25 years of experience as consultant, is the author of the books Safer Hospital Care and Preventing Medical Device Recalls. He is an internationally recognized educator with expertise in risk management, quality, safety, and reliability in healthcare, medical devices, automotive, and aerospace fields. He has taught safety and reliability courses for the University of California, George Washington University, University of Wisconsin and in several countries including Japan, UK, Germany, Sweden, Turkey, South Africa, Malaysia, and Australia. In 2013 he conducted three-day training on Risk Management for the Saudi Arabia government regulators. He trains hospitals on the science of patient safety and quality assurance. Prior to becoming a consultant, Dev worked for GE Healthcare as QA Manager, for Cooper Industries as Manager of Quality and as Chief Engineer, and at Booz-Allen & Hamilton as Risk Management Consultant. He has served as Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland for five years for its PhD program in reliability engineering (1994-1999). He currently teaches an online course. Quality Improvement Methods in Healthcare as an Adjunct Faculty for BBA degree in Healthcare Management at Florida Institute of Technology where he also teaches Continuous Quality Management for the business management degree. His book Safer Hospital Care is used as text book for the healthcare course. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Society for Patient Safety Professionals, is certified in Six Sigma and in Healthcare Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (HFMEA) by the Maryland Hospital Association. He earned the diploma in Perfecting Patient Care from the Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative. Their method is used in over 100 hospitals. He serves on the Patient and Families Advocacy Council of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and participated on their Quality (since 2012) and Safety Research Group meetings for two years. He has published over 20 articles on patient safety, healthcare quality, and automotive reliability.


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How to Conduct Medical Device Risk Analysis Effectively (Level: Advance)

Medical device recalls are going up each year. To stay as industry leader, manufacturers must think outside the box. They must find excellent solutions using innovation and creativity. The solutions should cost very little or nothing. Such solutions are called elegant solutions. The presenter with over 25 years as a consultant to best medical device companies covers solutions that fit this type of innovative thinking.

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How to Conduct Medical Device Risk Analysis Effectively (Level: Intermediate)

Beyond compliance to the FDA basic requirements, risk analysis is about appreciating the complexities of the system in producing defect-free products and fixing the defects before they actually happen. This webinar gives hands on knowledge on doing highly detailed analysis aimed at designing defect-free design and defect-free manufacturing process.

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How to Conduct Medical Device Risk Analysis Effectively (Level: Beginner)

Risk analysis is the most important FDA requirement. The number of medical device recalls have been increasing every year because of poor risk analysis. While most standards are helpful, they can be considered only minimum requirements.

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 Webinar Id: HC0003
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THEORY OF PROFOUND KNOWLEDGE FOR PATIENT CARE

According to the world quality guru Dr. Deming, management is responsible for 85% quality problems such as inadequate policy, inadequate operating procedures, inadequate supervision, inadequate work conditions, lack of team work, and inattention to how quickly the problems are prevented.

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Alarm Management: The Top Joint Commission Priority

More than 500 alarm-related deaths occurred between 2009 and 2012. A key factor behind these statistics is alarm fatigue generally described as a situation where an excess number of clinical alarms lead to an adverse patient. In 2012, Emergency Care Research Institute (ECRI) cited alarm fatigue as its number-one technology hazard. False alarms those that are not medically significant and do not require a medical caregiver response can c........

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