May 6, 2021 - AI + Robotics, FDA

CTA Publishes New Standard for Healthcare AI

In February, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced a voluntary standard for healthcare products that use Artificial Intelligence (AI). This standard follows the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) recently published action plan for regulatory oversight of AI and machine learning-based medical software. FDA ultimately …›

Global HealthTech CEO Connect: Software as a Medical Device in the U.S. and EU Recap

On Friday, March 26, 2021, over 180 attendees worldwide attended McKinsey & Company’s first Global HealthTech CEO Connect of 2021. The discussion focused on regulatory and legal considerations for software as a medical device (SaMD) in both the United States and Europe and specific …›

FDA Clinical Decision Support Software vs. EU’s Medical Device Regulation

In follow-up to our colleagues recent post about the newly implemented Medical Device Regulation (“MDR”) in the European Union, this post will discuss some of the similarities between FDA’s Clinical Decision Support (“CDS”) Software Draft Guidance (together the “CDS Draft Guidance”) and the MDR. …›

FDA’S PLAN FOR AI/ML-BASED SOFTWARE AS MEDICAL DEVICES: PROGRESS AND CONCERNS

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has acknowledged the prevalence of Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)-Based Software as Medical Devices (SaMDs) and has been taking steps towards advancing its regulatory oversight. The FDA recently published an AI/ML SaMD action plan, developed in direct response to …›

FDA’s Covid-19 Product Regulation Enforcement Roadmap

Navigating FDA’s regulatory enforcement strategies is paramount to successfully marketing health and medical products for COVID‑19—especially since the pandemic has dominated FDA’s enforcement activity this year. Understanding the patterns and principles behind FDA’s efforts can provide the insight product manufacturers need to avoid FDA …›