Quality System Certification Would Supplant Some 510(k)s In Updated House Bill
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Committee-approved 21st Century Cures legislation includes a revised third-party quality system assessment provision that would allow certain types of modifications to 510(k) devices without a new submission if the firm's quality system has been specially certified by a third-party auditor.
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