Manufacturers Support Health Canada Device Safety Plan, But Clinics May Adjust More Slowly
Device companies in Canada and foreign firms selling to the market likely will be able to adjust to Health Canada’s stepped-up device safety “action plan,” but small health-care facilities and some clinics may face challenges in adjusting to new reporting rules, says the agency and Canadian device industry group MEDEC.
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