Rochester, NY (November 22, 2010) Successful regulatory compliance for medical device software systems often hinges on the timeliness and completeness of Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V).
Vanteon has provided IV&V services over the past six years through a client-defined validation process using automated testing environments and documentation of test results. Based on the on-going demands for medical devices that have software dependencies, IV&V services is a growing segment within the larger business of electronic systems design and engineering services at Vanteon.
Software and system validation helps to improve the usability and reliability of a given medical device, resulting in lower failure rates, fewer recalls and corrective actions, and reduced liability to device manufacturers. It can also help reduce device life-cycle costs by making it easier to modify code and re-validate the changed software.
For more information about IV&V services from Vanteon contact Brian Herrera at email@example.com.