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Obama Budget Request Would Fund National Device Registry At FDA

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The Obama administration's fiscal year 2011 budget request includes $4 million for a new medical device registry that would link unique device identifiers to electronic health data. The registry would be designed and built by FDA

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