Could you consider tying it stakeholder satisfaction to specific outcomes that they deem important? For example, if one set of your key stakeholders is Marketing and Sales, then their key outcome is most likely how quickly they can begin marketing and selling new devices, so KPIs could focus on submission prep time, time from submission to clearance/approval, etc. For R&D stakeholders, it could focus on the submission "quality" so the number of deficiencies on content generated by R&D, rounds of questions, etc.
Preparing a baseline report of this type of data can help you develop specific measures and targets with your stakeholders, then off you go. This is also a great way to educate your stakeholders about regulatory stuff.
Let us know what you end up doing - I'm always keen for new ways to communicate to the business.
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