FDA No Longer Publishing Quarterly PMA And HDE Decisions
The US FDA has stopped publishing its list of approvals and denials of premarket approval applications (PMAs) and humanitarian device exemptions (HDEs) in the Federal Register on a quarterly basis. The agency says the change will save money and resources.
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A proposal from the US FDA would end quarterly publication of PMA and Humanitarian Device Exemption verdicts in the Federal Register. The agency says the practice is inefficient and duplicates online publication.
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The Biden administration announced on 13 January that it’s purchasing an additional 500 million COVID-19 tests to be distributed free to any American wanting one, bringing the total to 1 billion tests procured.
Several US states hit hardest by COVID-19 have the most restrictive telehealth laws, according to a report from the Reason Foundation, Cicero Institute and Pioneer Institute. As telehealth becomes more integrated into the country’s health care system, states should adopt more reforms so residents can benefit from the advancing technology, the report urges.