It’s nice to have medical device FDA regulations and guidance accessible without navigating through old websites or lugging printed copies around. Thankfully, SoftwareCPR’s free iOs and Android apps allow you to quickly view medical device regulations and guidance on your smartphone offline! As medical device consultants, we know from experience how important it is to...Read More
The latest communication from FDA regarding regulation of medical apps notes that mobile medical apps can greatly help patients be proactive and vigilant about their own healthcare. There has been increased demand for medical apps, and many of the apps depend on high levels of feedback between patients and clinicians. The FDA wants to regulate...Read More
Dip.io was cleared for clinical urinalysis. The device includes test strips and a color coded card that is readable by smartphone to provide a result for several conditions including infection.Read More
You can search the app stores for SoftwareCPR® to download on an iPhone or Android. The app provides key FDA regulations and Software Guidances for quick reference and is organized by section. Impress your friends by accessing the exact text of FDA documents wherever you go. We plan to add additional documents over time.Read More
Want a free Android app as a quick reference to the regulations? Paul Felten of SoftwareCPR has developed a new app just for that purpose. You can find it by searching for “SoftwareCPR” in the Google Play store! Google Play – SoftwareCPR appRead More
FDA issued a revision to its “Mobile Medical Applications” Guidance Feb 9, 2015. The revision was to make this guidance consistent with the final “Medical Image Storage Devices, and Medical Image Communications Devices” guidance. Specific changes are FDA’s exercising of enforcement discretion to exempt MDDS and some Mobile Medical Apps from compliance the FDA regualtion....Read More
The link provided is to FDA’s relatively new webpage related to connected health, including cybersecurity, Health IT, Mobile Medical Apps (MMA), and wireless medical devices. The MMA page provides lists of examples of types of MMApps and how they are or are not regulated. https://www.fda.gov/medicaldevices/digitalhealth/Read More
Brian Pate of SoftwareCPR now leads our specialized validation services for Mobile Medical Apps (MMApps), including our own simulator-based testing and automated unit and functional testing. For mobile apps that are regulated medical devices, we provide full design control and premarket submission support by compliance and validation experts with specific mobile app technical knowledge that...Read More
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