By Clyde Hewitt – It is safe to assume that most hospitals still struggle to find ways to address their medical device cybersecurity risks. The primary challenge is not technical, it’s the organizational inertia that keeps getting in the way.
By Kayla Matthews – Since 1976, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has offered a fast-track approval process for medical device manufacturers that could prove their products were substantially similar to approved items that were already in the marketplace.
By Suzanne B. Schwartz – Ensuring medical devices are safeguarded from cyber intrusions is a shared responsibility across the medical device ecosystem. At the FDA, we deal with cybersecurity in the context of the total product lifecycle of a device.
By Jeff Shuren MD JD – FDA guidances explain the agency’s interpretation of, or policy on, a regulatory issue. The agency and its centers prepare guidances for industry, but also for other customers, including our own staff…
By Scott Gottlieb MD – When the FDA recently granted marketing authorization for two medical apps for Apple’s new Watch, it marked a significant step forward for the agency’s overall approach to the development of digital health.
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