Minute Insight: HHS Gets $35M Shot In Arm To Expand Telehealth For Family Planning
The US Department of Health and Human Services said on 23 November that the money will be used “to enhance and expand the telehealth infrastructure and capacity of Title X family planning providers.”
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The monies are primarily allocated to helping Americans facing economic hardships due to the pandemic, but also includes tens of billions to bolster COVID-19 testing efforts.
In this episode of Speaking Of Medtech we discuss the Medical Device User Fee Amendments, or MDUFA, the negotiations for which come around every five years. The MDUFA V talks between industry and the US FDA appear with the inevitability of an unloved season – it seems no one is ever terribly excited to engage in the user-fee process. Here, we break things down.
Royal Philips says a US FDA investigator wildly overcounted the number of complaints related to recalled breathing machines, disputing an inspection report that says the company failed to investigate hundreds of thousands of complaints. News of the agency’s inspection of a Philips facility – and what might come next for the firm – topped our list of most-read articles in November.