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Piecing Together The Interoperability Puzzle: Q&A With Julian Goldman

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

In a recent interview with “The Gray Sheet,” the founding director of the Medical Device Interoperability Program describes an ongoing effort to establish a clearer FDA pathway for devices designed to seamlessly communicate with other products, even those made by different manufacturers.

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