Device Surveillance Reform Board Looks To Add Small-Firm Experience
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The public-private National Medical Device Evaluation System Planning Board, first convened in 2014, is seeking nominations for new members to support the next two-year phase of development of a revamped postmarket surveillance system.
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