|Processes||<processes in which this tool is used>|
Describe intended use and usage context (e.g. automation, testing, control, altering). Include technical and usage requirements that the system shall fulfill.
Rate these aspects with yes (y) or no (n). If any of these aspects are rated as yes, the system is quality relevant and should be validated.
|Is the system used in one or more processes that steer the QMS?|
|Could the conformity of the organization’s medical devices be affected if the system does not work according to its specifications?|
|Could risks arise for patients, users, third parties or the organization if the system does not work according to its specifications?|
|Does the software generate or manage data / records that are relevant to the QMS or medical device approval by authorities?|
|Is the software used to generate electronic signatures on documents or records required by the QMS and/or state authorities?|
List of Risks:
List of Risk Mitigation Measures (if necessary):
Refer to section 10 for descriptions of the criticality classifications. If a software is not highly critical and widely adopted / commonly used, it can be continuously re-validated during use.
The software is approved for use if it is validated successfully and works as expected.
|U1||e.g. “A radiologist can log in with their email and password.”||“Login with correct email and password grants access to the annotation tool.”||yes|
|T1||e.g. “Execute correctly in the specified runtime (Google Chrome).”||“The application runs correctly in Google Chrome.”||yes|
Approving the software for use is recommended due to the acceptance criteria being fulfilled completely.
You can optionally insert screenshots for proof of validation. Strictly speaking, this is not a hard requirement by the standards but it’s nice to show when you’re being audited.
|Date of Approval||Name of Approver|
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