US FDA's New Game Plan For Digital Health
Commissioner Scott Gottlieb outlined his plans to implement software provisions of the 21st Century Cures Act and go much further than that in clarifying regulatory policy and piloting novel strategies to streamline the path to market for digital health technologies.
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Digital Health, Diagnostic Focus Included In FDA Commissioner's 2018 Strategy
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The past year saw US FDA and industry work hard and fast to prepare for what looks like an inevitable boom in the digital-health sector. According to interviews, the time is ripe for adoption of mobile health apps to help reduce health-care costs, but the brave new world also brings with it big challenges.