Medtech Connect Episode 1: How Do We Regulate Software As A Medical Device?
In the first episode of new podcast series Medtech Connect, Medtech Insight regulatory reporter Hannah Daniel interviews Foley and Lardner partner Kyle Faget about the complexities behind regulating software as a medical device (SaMD). Many companies are unsure if their software is even regulated by the FDA, let alone how to go about the clearance process. From managing cybersecurity risks to navigating digital health policy, Faget does it all, and she gives us insight into the regulatory landscape of SaMD in this month’s episode.
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