Improving Computerized System Quality Through Design Verification
By Mike Byrd, Director of Computer System Validation, ProPharma Group
While documented cost estimates may vary for correcting software/system defects in early versus late phases of the life cycle (10-100 times) the fact remains that formalized design verifications can be an effective tool in improving software quality. In regulated environments this can translate into improved compliance, enhanced data integrity and ultimately patient safety.
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