Experts To Industry: Start Implementing Social Media Guidelines Now
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
While FDA’s oversight and expectations for device makers using social media is still hazy, two experts advise companies to put together policies outlining their interpretation of new agency guidances on the topic and how they plan to comply.
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Some stakeholders are concerned the agency’s draft guidance is overreaching and could have a chilling effect. AdvaMed recommends FDA consider splitting the guidance into product-specific documents to reference regulations that may apply to industries differently.
Stakeholders say the agency’s communication requirements for space-limited online platforms are too restricting and violate the First Amendment. Many of them are calling on the agency to withdraw the guidance and try again. The device industry has a comparatively toned down response so far, but wants more flexibility.
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