EU MDR Implementation The Clear No.1 Among German Industry’s Top Concerns
Digital health strategy and resilience planning follow EU regulatory change in terms of importance
Germany’s ZVEI electro and digital industry association, representing the electromedical and health care IT industries, is relieved that the EU is belatedly addressing the MDR’s unrealistic implementation timetable. It is also concerned that the expected changes will still not go far enough.
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