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FDA’s Revised Quality Metrics Program: Voluntary Now, Mandatory Later

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US FDA will establish mandatory quality metrics reporting through a formal rulemaking process that could take years. Meanwhile, a revised draft guidance lays out plans for voluntary quality metrics reporting that could begin by January 2018.

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