Lawmakers press OMB on unique device identifier rule

02/13/2012 | Modern Healthcare (subscription required)

Three senators sent a letter asking the Office of Management and Budget to issue a proposed rule that would require the creation of a unique device identifier system for medical devices. The move comes after the OMB failed to meet its October deadline for releasing the rule, which was submitted by the FDA in July to improve the agency's postmarket device surveillance.

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