Stämpfli MedTech Services offers comprehensive communications services to companies in the medical technology industry– starting at the manuscript stage and continuing right through to publication. We contribute to our clients' success by applying dedicated solutions to all communications needs.
Gain an advantage through our strengths: our multi-facetted, up-to-the-minute expertise in the field of graphics combines with our extensive experience in the MedTech industry to offer you crucial added value.
Some of the world's leading manufacturers trust us to implement their communications and digital projects. By taking a holistic approach we create both individual and overall solutions in line with your expectations. We also optimize and automate processes to create efficiencies.
Producing technical communication, we work closely with the Product Development and Regulatory Affairs departments. Whether you need printed or electronic instructions for use (e-labeling), surgical techniques or instrument overviews, we assist you along the entire process chain as you aim to achieve your time-to-market objectives and to meet the regulatory requirements.
Your product communication always targets a defined readership. Depending on whether you are addressing surgeons, buyers, conference delegates or patients, the aim is to target your audience selectively for information or training purposes. We use our expertise and agility to support you from the concept design phase right through to publication, thus ensuring that your communications are ready in good time for the conference, the product launch or the sales organization or that they have been published via the desired channels.
Increasing regulation in the MedTech industry places heavy demands on companies: the continuous need to keep right up to date takes up ever more resources and time.
Now that the Medical Device Directive (MDD) has been superseded by the Medical Device Regulation (MDR), the European Union has set more binding standards when it comes to the manufacture and marketing of medical devices. There is also an ongoing requirement to take corrective and preventive action (CAPA), either as part of in-house quality assurance procedures or as a result of findings by notified bodies such as TÜV, BSI and the FDA.
Whichever scenario applies, we are ready to support you through the appropriate adjustment process and to ensure that your communications materials remain compliant.