CDRH Details Path Forward For National Post-Market Surveillance System
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The device center released an updated plan for post-market surveillance reforms, featuring a planning board that will establish a governing structure for the new system, as well as implementation dates for various post-market projects.
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