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communication and a common level of understanding between the OEM and the testing
solution partner. To help achieve this, one lab has shared 12 tips to aid the manufacturer in
understanding the best approach to take when working with a test partner.
While testing is a necessary evil for medical device companies, one option is to outsource the
testing needs to a third party lab. As in any business relationship, good communication and
knowing how the other party operates can make for a more productive relationship. Product
development and testing is a game of details where a minor misstep can have devastating
consequences. In the spirit of making projects go more smoothly and making the test lab/medical
device company relationship that much better, following are a dozen tips test labs would like to
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