“Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the Development of Drug and Biological Products” and “Artificial Intelligence in Drug Manufacturing” were developed to support the use of AI/ML while addressing concerns related to security, bias and risk, and spur feedback and discussion from stakeholders.
IVDR has significant implications for the manufacturing of IVD devices, as it requires manufacturers to comply with new and more rigorous regulatory requirements. Wiktoria Banczyk, Product Manager Lab Filtration Medical Devices at Sartorius Lab Instruments, discusses the challenges posed by the implementation of EU IVDR 2017/746 and key considerations for manufacturers as they navigate today’s regulatory landscape.
The FDA is hosting a webinar on February 2 for interested stakeholders to discuss the final guidance Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) of Medical Devices and its applicability to in vitro diagnostic (IVD) devices.
The European Commission developed the new proposal following a December 9, 2022, meeting of the EPSCO Council, where EU Ministers of Health called on the Commission to swiftly submit a proposal to extend the transition period in the Medical Device Regulation. The proposal will now be negotiated by the European Parliament and the Council.
“Many medical device and life sciences companies are still carrying out manual validation processes, using paper-based scripts, screen shots and pdfs. However, regulatory bodies, such as the FDA, are encouraging companies to take a more automated approach using computer system assurance (CSA). We are in a strong position to support companies in achieving the huge benefits this has to offer.”
Jordi labs and its team of Ph.D. analytical chemists developed a proprietary, multi-detector approach to ensure that all extractables are accurately characterized to comply with global materials testing regulatory requirements.
Peter O’Blenis, CEO of Evidence Partners, discusses the growing role—and challenges –of literature reviews in the medtech market.
Rapid developments in healthcare technology, combined with improved data collection, pandemic pressures and increased consumer demand for tech-enabled and virtual health care, are fueling innovation and transformation in the digital health space.
As of June 1, 2022, the Center for Devices and Radiological Health plans to accept all non-COVID in vitro diagnostic (IVD) pre-submissions.
The AHRQ brief proposes a framework to assess the risk/safety, technical functionality and mental health features of apps. The framework can be used by advocacy organizations, payers, healthcare systems and others to inform selection of mental health mobile apps.