Authorities committee: an alternative solution to European Medicines Agency involvement in medical device regulation?
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
A solution to some of the problems associated with the regulation of medical technology in the European Union may lie in having a statutory management committee that would ensure above all greater consistency in the interpretation and application of EU medical device legislation across the region, a senior UK regulator has suggested.
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