FDA Requests $70 Million For Digital Health Center, Cybersecurity Public-Private Partnership

April 12, 2018
FDA is seeking $70 million to create a Center of Excellence on Digital Health, which would be tasked with crafting a new regulatory approach toward these products, akin to what FDA is already piloting with its software pre-cert program, according to budget material sent to congressional appropriators. A portion of those funds would also go to standing up a public-private partnership to assess cybersecurity vulnerabilities related to medical devices and a cloud-based data storage system to review breakthrough device innovations,...

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