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Size Doesn't Matter: US FDA Refines Dig-Health Pre-Cert Model

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After receiving feedback from industry and other stakeholders, FDA has revised its "working model" for its planned pre-certification program for health software. It now states that size of a company will not preclude them from participating in the program. The agency has also refined how it will conduct appraisals.

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