UK health services wants more from MDA (Medical Devices Agency) as it moves closer to users
This article was originally published in Clinica
The launch last month of the UK Medical Devices Agency's new facility for electronic adverse incident reporting marked the beginning of a new era of drawing in medical professionals, patients and members of the public who use devices directly into the feedback loop of reporting on medical devices.
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