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New BSI CE-Onsite Facilitates CE Marking Reviews for Device Manufacturers
Date:3/26/2009

RESTON, Va., March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- As a direct response from client feedback, BSI launches a new speed-to-market program, CE-Onsite FastTrack Review, for Class III medical devices needing European CE Marking Design Dossier Reviews. This new program will expedite the review process through live, onsite interaction, facilitating more efficient communication as well as the goal of completing the review in 45 working days.

The CE-Onsite has the same features of the CE-45 FastTrack Program, with one main difference: BSI Product Experts visit the manufacturer's premises to perform the review. As an industry norm, reviews are conducted via mail, email, fax and telephone and the process can take months. However, performing reviews onsite allows for a much faster timeline while still maintaining the same high quality. This face-to-face opportunity provides Product Experts accessibility to all relevant parties, from engineers to regulators, and supports dynamic communication, immediate access to documentation and in-person viewing of the new product.

This new premium program is not for everyone or every product. As with the CE-90 and CE-45 programs, some products such as medicinal, blood and animal tissue products, require the use of outside agencies and may not be eligible for CE-Onsite Review. In addition, while BSI's goal is to complete the review with either a positive or negative recommendation within 45 working days, the length of the review greatly depends on the degree to which the manufacturer is prepared. In order to make the review as effective as possible, clients should have a strong motivation to get their product to market and excellent documentation, and be well-organized and responsive to questions. Manufacturers utilizing the CE-Onsite have experienced numerous advantages including shorter launch times, patients gaining access to new technology sooner and quicker return on investment.

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