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Updated November 22, 2022

ISO 14971 Templates

Dr. Oliver Eidel

ISO 14971 is the standard for risk management of medical device software. Here are all our posts on this standard, and also all questions our consulting clients have asked us about the ISO 14971 so far. Additionally, we publish all our document templates for the ISO 14971 for free, so scroll down and have a look at those! If you fill those out, you have a good chance of already being compliant with the standard, no consultants required :)

The best news is that we’ve published all our ISO 14971 templates for free! Check them out below.

Also note that we have many more templates besides the ones for ISO 14971 - head over to our templates page for more templates.

All ISO 14971 Templates

Template: Risk Management Report
Template: Risk Management Plan and Risk Acceptance Matrix
Template: FMEA: Risk Table

All ISO 14971 Articles

FMEA, Part 1: Risk Acceptance Matrix (ISO 14971 Risk Analysis)
ISO 14971 Walkthrough

On a slighty different note: You want to get your medical software certified under MDR but don't know where to start? No worries! That's why we built the Wizard. It's a self-guided video course which helps you create your documentation yourself. No prior knowledge required. You should check it out.

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If you're looking for human help, did you know that we also provide some limited consulting? It's limited because we are not many people. We guide startups from start to finish in their medical device compliance.

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Dr. Oliver Eidel

I'm a medical doctor, software engineer and regulatory dude. I'm also the founder of OpenRegulatory.

Through OpenRegulatory, I've helped 100+ companies with their medical device compliance. While it's also my job that we stay profitable, I try to dedicate a lot of my time towards writing free content like our articles and templates. Maybe that will make consulting unnecessary some day? :)

If you're still lost and have further questions, reach out any time!

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