X-ray information disclosure
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Diagnostic X-ray manufacturers should not charge for design development or overhead when providing information on assembly, installation, adjustment and testing of X-ray system components to third parties as required under performance standards, Office of Compliance Director Timothy Ulatowski clarifies in letter to X-ray companies. Last month, the agency released a guidance on the matter entitled "1Information Disclosure by Manufacturers to Assemblers for Diagnostic X-Ray Systems"...
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