Data from TEAM-NB, the EU notified body association, shows a big drop in withdrawn certificates from device firms. Does this signal an improvement in the quality of manufacturers’ submissions to notified bodies?
Pressure is building on companies to start compliance efforts to the EU Medical Device Regulation. But a good deal of naivety remains in industry, and those who delay may lose out badly, experts warned in Medtech Insight articles throughout the month of June.
“Given that 3D printing is used for making device implants, many would expect tight regulation. But the EU Medical Device Regulation does not specifically regulate it, and there may be easier routes to compliance than companies think, according to attorney Joerg Schickert.”