MDD (Medical Devices Directive) review: Commission experts to draft action plan
This article was originally published in Clinica
The next stage in the review of the EU's Medical Devices Directive is for the European Commission's unit responsible for medical devices to draft a report. It has until the end of the year to present a communication highlighting the policy conclusions from the report presented to the European Health Council on June 26 by European Commissioners David Byrne (Health and Consumer Affairs) and Erkki Liikanen (Enterprise). This will become the unit's action plan.
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