Medical Device Software Risk Management, Cybersecurity and Assurance Case
Co-founder of GessNet
Paul L. Jones (Guest Speaker),
FDA CDRH Office of Science and Engineering Lab
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Guest Speaker Paul Jones works at FDA in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories (OSEL). He serves as an in-house consultant on regulatory matters involving medical device software system safety, software engineering, risk management, and safety assurance cases
Managing software risk in medical devices is critical and challenging. While the risk management standard ISO 14971 provides a process framework and is FDA recognized for medical device risk management, its practical implementation for software applications can be difficult and confusing. The FDA has issued number of guidance documents related to software risk management over recent years, such as those on mobile medical applications, cybersecurity devices, and infusion pump total product life cycle.
This seminar on medical device software risk management aims to address the following questions:
- How can a medical device manufacturer or healthcare information system provider overcome these technical as well as regulatory compliance challenges?
- What are the resources and tools available?
- What are the industry’s best practices?
- What are FDA’s latest updates on medical device software best practices?
During this two day course, the instructor will also introduce the standards and guidance relevant to medical device software, discuss the FDA’s updates on software risk management, and provide industry best practices including techniques and tools to achieve compliance and effectively assure medical device software safety.
Upon completing this course on managing software risk in medical device, participants will be able to:
- Use FDA’s latest research on medical device software best practices
- Get an overview of software risk management related standards and guidance including:
- ISO 14971:2007 and EN ISO 14971:2012, IEC 62304 Medical Device Life Cycle Process, IEC TR 80002-1 Application of ISO 14971 for Software
- FDA Guidance on Mobile Medical Applications, Cybersecurity in Medical Devices, Infusion Pump Total Product Life Cycle
- Learn techniques and best practices on how to:
- identify software related risks
- identify software risk control and mitigation measures
- assess and evaluate risk contributed/caused by software (pre-market and post-market field issues)
- assure the completeness and adequacy of risk management
- communicate risk management information throughout the life of the product
- Understand key success factors for effective software risk management
Who will Benefit:
This course will be beneficial for the personnel in medical device companies. The following job titles/ positions will benefit from attending this seminar:
- Software/System Engineers/Managers/Directors
- QA/RA members/Managers/Directors
- Risk Management Engineers/Managers/Directors
- Hospital Biomedical Engineers
- Hospital Risk Managers
- Regulators of government or notified bodies
- Compliance Officers
Software has increasingly become a critical part of our healthcare system. More and more medical devices have software embedded or interface with another device or healthcare system that has software as an integral part. Fast advancement and broad availability of digital technology, internet, wireless, mobile devices and apps have enabled us to utilize software to process medical and healthcare information that ranges from basic information sharing, connectivity, device/system interoperability and control to health disease diagnostics, clinical decision making, or smart device-driven patient treatments. While we strongly demand and greatly benefit from these medical applications, the complexity of the applications and the healthcare system as a whole is continuously increasing and has introduced new vulnerabilities such as cybersecurity. As a brain to our body, software is the brain of these applications and the healthcare system. The “brain” needs to consider, control and mitigate risks associated. Given the increased complexity of the applications and healthcare system as a whole, medical device software risk management is critical and challenging.
|Day One (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
||Day Two (8:30 AM – 1:00 PM)
Registration Process: 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Session Start Time: 9:00 AM
Welcome and Introductions (30 Minutes)
- FDA’s research on medical device software best practices (1 hour) [Paul Jones, FDA]
- Related Standards and Guidance (2.5 hours) [Fubin]
Characteristics of Software Risk Management (1 hour) [Fubin]
- ISO14971:2007 and EN ISO 14971:2012
- IEC 62304 Risk Management Section
- IEC TR 80002-1 Application of ISO 14971 for Software
- Recent FDA Guidance: Mobile Medical Applications, Cybersecurity, Infusion Pump
Software Risk Identification (1.5 hours) [Fubin]
- Difference between Software and Hardware
- Uniqueness of Software Risk Management
- Introduction of Causal Chain
- Software Risk Assessment and Evaluation Method
Software Risk Control Measures (30 minutes) [Fubin]
- Top Down Analysis – Hazard Analysis, Fault Tree Analysis
- Bottom Up Analysis – Design FMEA, Function FMEA, Use FMEA
- HAZOP – Hazard and Operability Analysis
Software Risk Assessment and Evaluation (30 minutes) [Fubin]
- Software Life Cycle Process Control Measures
- Control through Safe Design (e.g. Fail Safe Design)
Day one Q&As and Wrap Up (30 minutes) [Paul & Fubin]
- Pre-market Risk Assessment
- Post-market Risk Assessment
- Software Recalls
Welcome (15 Minutes)
- Software Risk Traceability Matrix (0.5 hour)[Fubin]
Software Risk Management Completeness and Adequacy Assurance (1.5 hours) [Fubin]
- Pre-market Establishment – 510(k)
- Maintenance through Product Life
Cybersecurity Risk Management and Assurance Case (1 hour)[Fubin & Paul]
- Introduction of Assurance Case
- Application of Assurance Case on Medical Device Software Risk Management
Overview of Key Success Factors for Risk Management (0.5 hour) [Fubin]
- FDA Guidance on Cybersecurity
- Risk Management and Cybersecurity
- Application of Assurance Case on Cybersecurity
Final Q&As and Wrap Up (30 minutes) [Paul & Fubin]
- People, Process, Information, Techniques and Tools
Meet Your Instructors
Co-founder of GessNet
Fubin Wu is the Co-Founder of GessNet (//www.gessnet.com). He architected and led the development of TurboAC™ risk management & assurance case software, in close communications with FDA - Office of Science & Engineering Lab (OSEL) and Office of Device Evaluation (ODE), and in collaboration with AAMI (Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation), infusion pump manufacturers, hospitals, and industry experts. Fubin has spent over 16 years on medical device quality management systems, hardware/software reliability engineering and risk management, serving various roles from quality engineers to quality managers and quality directors, and working on various medical device platforms – implantable devices and remote monitoring systems at Medtronic, infusion pumps at Hospira, and blood management systems at Haemonetics. He managed numerous FDA inspections as the management representative with no 483 observations indicated.
Fubin has a MS degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), and was a software developer at Intel prior to his career with the medical device industry.
Guest Speaker: Paul L. Jones
FDA CDRH Office of Science and Engineering Lab
Paul L. Jones works at the U. S. Food and Drug Administration. He is a Senior Systems/Software Engineer in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories (OSEL) where he serves as an in-house consultant on regulatory matters involving medical device software system safety, software engineering, risk management, and safety assurance cases. He divides his time between transitioning high confidence software and systems research work into FDA’s regulatory science process and national and international standards development, and managing OSEL’s software lab.
Prior to joining FDA, Mr. Jones worked in industry for 20 years gaining extensive experience in systems/software engineering developing business systems, operating systems, configuration management systems, and quality assurance systems.
Mr. Jones earned a MS degree in Computer Engineering from Loyola College in 1999 and BSE degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1974.
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