The EU Commission’s website dedicated to Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation (IVDR) planning has recently been updated, and now includes a new and dedicated page for preparation of the new regulations. This online resource, found here, includes a tool for stakeholders and Economic Operators to search for information specific to their product type and organizational role, among other search criteria.
Under each of these sections (shown below) are key resources as well as other “related resources;” these include a list of the most recent, relevant documents from the EU Commission Document Library and related websites. The additional websites referenced contain links to documents of various ages and provenance.
Although it may appear at first glance that there is no new information within this online tool, the creation of dedicated pages to MDR/IVDR planning supports the goals of the EU Commission, which is to better communicate with stakeholders and to provide a more convenient go-to resource for EU manufacturers planning for the quickly approaching MDR/IVDR dates of application.
NAMSA recommends that EU manufacturers thoroughly review relevant pages for their particular sectors to stay abreast of developments. This is now more critical than ever as we have passed the halfway point of the MDR transition period (26 May 2020)—just 16 months away!
How can NAMSA Help?
Navigating the international regulatory landscape can be overwhelming for any medical device manufacturer. That’s why having the right partner, at the right time, can be invaluable in achieving reimbursement requirements and market success.
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