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Coming Together On Pre-Cert: Digital Health World Engages With FDA To Hash Out Regulatory Future

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US FDA, industry and other digital health stakeholders huddled at the National Institutes of Health for two days of deep discussions around how the Pre-Certification Pilot was advancing, and how the agency should implement a program that emphasizes certifying "excellence" in company processes. Check out coverage of the meeting and Medtech Insight's exclusive podcast interview with FDA project lead Bakul Patel.

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