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Medical Devices

Improving Lives Through Innovation

Innovative Ideas and Devices for a Better Tomorrow

As digital, data, and AI continue to advance, so will the demand for groundbreaking medical devices to aid complex and challenging conditions. Through sophisticated healthcare infrastructure, rapid adoption of medical technologies, and increasing healthcare expenditure, companies throughout the world will continue to develop new products to keep up with the demand for innovative devices. To be at the forefront of technological innovation, our clients require teams of knowledgeable specialists to drive positive changes in the industry. 

The focus on medical technology has not only led to a faster time-to-market but also to an increase in security threats affecting product quality and higher recall rates. While technological advancements are constantly evolving at pace, keeping up with regulatory changes for medical devices has also become paramount in managing risks throughout every step of the product life cycle. 

Brunel is prepared for the future and has the highly skilled network of specialists our clients require to design and build products that advance the health and well-being of the end-user. The time we dedicate to finding top talent is time that our clients reclaim to focus on the work that matters the most.

Contact us for specialists in the Medical Devices sector

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Our Areas of Expertise:

  • Communications
  • Compliance
  • Engineering & IT
  • Facilities
  • Logistics and Supply Chain
  • Manufacturing
  • Market Access
  • Medical & Clinical Affairs
  • Project & Program Management
  • Quality Assurance & Control
  • Regulatory
  • Research and Development
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Validation

Successful projects

A large-scale global medical and pharmaceutical device company focused on infusion therapy and pain ... Start-Up organizations finalizing funding stages beginning to expand their human capital. Touching a...

In the context of the highly regulated environment we work in, we are faced with many constraints. The Brunel staff really took time to understand our situation and requirements. I look forward to our continued collaboration.

Senior Leader of a client in The Americas region

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