Analysis: Device makers should prioritize regulatory strategy

06/30/2009 | Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry

Medical-device firms seeking to bring their products to market should set up a regulatory strategy during the first phase of the product-development process, write Robert R. Andrews and Rosina Robinson in Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry. Companies also should effectively communicate with the FDA during the product-design phase, they write.

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