Canada Sets Jan 2019 Deadline For Mandatory Adoption Of MDSAP Within Medtech Framework
This article was originally published in SRA
As of January 2017, medical device manufacturers selling their products in Canada will get two years to comply with the requirements of the Medical Device Single Audit Program. Specifically, after January 2019 MDSAP will become the sole mechanism to demonstrate compliance with Canadian quality management system requirements1.
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