Lots has happened in the MedTech Industry in the beginning of the New Year! The FDA has made statements concerning the future of 3D printing in medicine as well as provided recommendations for medical device cybersecurity, which has become an increasingly popular topic in healthcare. Take a quick look at what you missed in the month of January:
3D printing doesn’t always have to be used for new, high-tech applications such as printing tailor-made medical devices. Researchers at Uppsala University have used 3D printing to create an inexpensive tool to make live image videos of living cells.
Busy clinicians often find themselves identifying a clinical need that a new product or new technology would fill. If you think you have a marketable idea, you need to know there is a long and winding road to bringing an invention to market.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce is calling on HHS to act promptly on all recommendations for medical device security suggested by the Healthcare Cybersecurity Task Force.
In an update to its review of the International Medical Device Regulators Forum report the FDA in December reconfirmed that it will continue to accept results of the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) for medical device regulatory approval.