Clinica 100: EMA or JRC – who will manage and oversee EU medtech regulations?
This article was originally published in Clinica
One of the clearest indicators of the way EU medtech regulation is heading over the next couple of decades will be revealed in 2012 when the European Commission makes public the future role and location of the forthcoming centralised EU Medical Devices Committee (MDC). Will this body be housed within the European Medicines Agency or the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre? Amanda Maxwell gathers and assesses the different opinions on this critical issue
You may also be interested in...
Suppliers to the UK’s National Health Service from outside the EU could save up to 12% in costs for some equipment during COVID-19 emergency measures as the UK tries to increase supplies
While the UK is moving forward quickly to provide COVID-19 antibody self-testing, the Belgian government considers the tests not sufficiently accurate to be used in the pandemic.
Following hot on the heels of its Rapidly Manufactured Ventilator Specification document, the UK’s regulator has issued another speedy regulatory permit for fast production of respiratory assist devices.