DURHAM. N.C., Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- FDA is encouraging development of mobile medical apps, as it improves health care and provides consumers and health care professionals with valuable health information very quickly. In its recent guideline they've shed some light on the safe and secure use of wireless medical devices for device manufacturers' and healthcare providers. For those who are planning to enter the Mobile Medical Devices market should know the current regulatory updates of FDA and they can start by joining expert Neil F. O'Flaherty in this power-packed audio session at AudioEducator.com, where he will discuss about the intricacies of current regulatory plans of FDA.
Nowadays, the popularity of mobile applications or "apps", including mobile medical apps, is increasing at an exponential rate. For those who are planning to enter the mobile medical apps field, or who plans to market their apps in the U.S. must understand FDA's plans for regulating mobile medical apps moving forward.
Join Neil F. O'Flaherty in this power-packed session on Thursday, September 26, 2013, where he'll summarize FDA's current plans for regulating mobile medical applications. Neil will also explore the practical implications of FDA's regulatory plans for mobile medical apps manufacturers and marketers, including those firms which provide the mobile platforms on which the "apps" are used.
In addition, he will also discuss Congressional action on mobile medical apps and how the activity affects FDA's plans.
Take a look at the topics covered:
- Know the history of FDA regulation of software
- Find out which apps are regulated by FDA and which are not?
- Are mobile platform providers regulated?
- Why is Congress interested?
- Some invaluable advice and tips
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