FDA Debuts ‘Collaborative Communities’ With NESTcc, Optic Imaging Groups
The US agency is participating in collaborative communities centered around eye health and the development of real-world evidence, representing the first two of what the agency hopes will be at least 10 communities by the end of 2020.
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This is MDIC’s third collaborative community, following groups for the US FDA’s Case for Quality and health technology.
The Case for Quality Collaborative Community – or CfQcc – affords stakeholders across industry a safe space where they can rally around an array of topics to advance medical device quality and safety.