EU MDR

Blogs

EU MDR

Blogs

Our blogs offer a wealth of valuable insights on the regulation. Whether you are looking for guidance on specific compliance requirements, updates on the impact of the regulation on patients or guidance on EUDAMED our blogs have you covered. Informative and engaging they offer practical advice on navigating the complex landscape of EU MDR.

Our blogs offer a wealth of valuable insights on the regulation. Whether you are looking for guidance on specific compliance requirements, updates on the impact of the regulation on patients or guidance on EUDAMED our blogs have you covered. Informative and engaging they offer practical advice on navigating the complex landscape of EU MDR.

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EU MDR Improving Traceability & Transparency

EU MDR will continue to ensure the quality, safety, reliability and traceability of medical devices sold in Member States and countries that leverage the CE Mark, by providing access to more transparent information.  

The regulation sets out how this should be achieved through a blend of changes to technology, processes and requirements for those in the industry to collaborate differently. 

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EU MDR & EUDAMED

Providing greater transparency for patients and HCPs is at the heart of the new EU Medical Devices Regulation (EU MDR). The European Database on Medical Devices (EUDAMED), once fully functional, will power this transformation by providing access to greater information about products at the click of a button.

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EU MDR & HCPs – What’s Changing?

EU MDR is the biggest change of its kind in the medical device industry in recent history and impacts every healthcare professional (HCP) and patient. How do HCPs start to understand and prepare for such a major change? Here’s a summary of five new EU MDR responsibilities to begin with…

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EU MDR Patient Impact

EU MDR is the biggest change of its kind in recent history, impacting more than 500,000 medical devices in 90 countries. The new requirements will have a direct impact on the experience of patients. Below are 3 things that patients should know about EU MDR.