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MITA continues to omit in its proposed Servicing Standard device manufacturer responsibility to provide appropriate documentation for technical descriptions, instructions for use and preventive and corrective maintenance and repair procedures, despite ANSI/AAMI EQ56: 2013. IAMERS after receiving a copy of the latest version of MITA's servicing standard, notified MITA that the Standard continues to impose [...]
Our last annual meeting was the best yet. And we're not the only ones who think so. "I felt the information was invaluable to my company and the ISO industry" –Effie Fryer, Conquest Imaging "I don't know that this one can be topped. Quality of speakers was [...]
Independent servicers across the nation have registered with their congressional representatives strong disapproval to the proposed independent servicers legislation. Read more here.
Spending millions on security technology can certainly make an executive feel safe. But the major sources of cyber threats aren’t technological. They’re found in the human brain, in the form of curiosity, ignorance, apathy, and hubris. These human forms of malware can be present in any organization and are every bit as dangerous as threats delivered [...]
Unfortunately, attacking hospital IT systems is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to cyber vulnerabilities in the health care sector. Hacks of implanted or wearable medical devices are an even more sobering threat. Read more here.
The FDA Medical Device User Fee Amendments (MDUFA IV) package is heading to a Senate committee vote — and it appears not to include any of the House legislative language on independent servicer registration. Read more here.
This market is fueled by the growing use of big data, desire to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs, imbalance between the health care workforce and patients, popularity of personalized medicine, cross-industry partnerships and a significant increase in venture capital investments. Read more here.
FDA Chief Scientist Dr. Maisel speaking at the New Orleans IAMERS Annual Meeting today BEST PRACTICES COMMITTEE of IAMERS speaking on Complaint Management
Provided below is the link to the hearing held before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health on 5/2/2017. The testimony of our general counsel Robert Kerwin and the questions placed by U.S. Congressional members to IAMERS and to MITA are important to our members. To see more about the hearing. Click here.