What do I do if there is no data for my device? This is a concern we hear quite often from clients. MDR states that device groups may not require clinical investigations if sufficient clinical evidence exists, and the device meets specific criteria. In this webinar, we discuss the concept of data sufficiency. Specifically, we explain the differences between a well-established technology and a legacy device as defined by MDR and discuss strategies from both a regulatory and writer’s perspective.
Learn what is deemed sufficient clinical data for certain device groups
Determine how to establish a legacy device as a ‘standard of care’ device
Understand the conformity assessment pathways for well-established technology devices
Who Should Watch?
Those Regulatory, Quality, and Clinical leaders and teams who are tasked with the development, writing, review, or approval of clinical evaluation reports for MDR submissions.
Who are the Panelists?
Dr. Sarah Chavez, Director of IVD & Scientific Writing Services
[Free Webinar] Ask the Expert: Clinical Evaluation Report Critical Concepts
Join us on Wednesday October 10th, 2022 at 11AM PST / 2PM EST, as President Laurie Mitchell answers your questions regarding safety and performance objectives, clinical outcomes, clinical benefits, acceptance criteria, and risk-benefit ratio. Learn best practices and writing strategies to support solid planning during your own writing process.
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