The Food and Drug Administration has issued final guidance outlining the regulatory agency’s recommendations for developing medical devices that safely and effectively exchange and use patient information electronically.
The FDA’s guidance is intended to promote the design and development of interoperable electronic medical devices, which the agency says are increasingly connected to each other and offer the potential to increase efficiency in patient care and to encourage innovation.
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