Australia's TGA changes policy on annual device charges
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration is doing away with the current option under which it allows medical device companies to pay in instalments the annual charges for including their products on to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods1.
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