A Vision for EU Device Regulation
This article was originally published in SRA
Data exchange networks will play an increasingly important role in the regulation of medical devices, but the regulatory framework will first need to be simplified. Herman Pieterse and Marja de Jong give their vision of the future of device regulation in the European Union.
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