Global Call To Rethink MDR Timing Sees Commission Dig Heels In Further
The calls for a delay in the implementation of the new EU MDR are becoming increasingly loud on the international front, with the US, for one, wanting to see a three-year postponement. Is the European Commission right to remain stubbornly attached to its deadline?
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The European Commission needs to be faster and more efficient in its implementation of the new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR), say German manufacturers, watching the remaining months of transition time slip into single figures. A few economic operators have come clean about the pressure the MDR has brought to bear, but the suspicion is that many are choosing to keep quiet.
Will medical devices be among the next sectors to feature in the EU/US MRA? The EU has put forward suggestions on how to do device trade with the US through building regulatory co-operation.
The European Parliament is about to sign off corrigenda to the Medical Devices and IVD Regulations. The headline news is a longer transition period for a huge swathe of class I products, but there are other changes too.