European Commission urged to develop IT systems for new regs

02/4/2013 | Clinica (subscription required)

The Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency in the U.K. has urged the European Commission to begin creating the new information technology necessary to support new medical device regulations being proposed that would increase information and transparency requirements for registration, clinical trials, vigilance and Unique Device Identification. The regulations have not been adopted yet, but concerns have arisen about the commission's ability to develop IT systems in a timely fashion.

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