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The quality system regulation includes requirements related to the methods used in, and the facilities and controls used for, designing, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, storing, installing, and servicing of medical devices intended for human use.

This action is necessary to add preproduction design controls and to achieve consistency with quality system requirements worldwide. This regulation sets forth the framework for device manufacturers to follow and gives them greater flexibility in achieving quality requirements. For more information on compliance with 21 CFR Written comments on the information collection requirements should be submitted by December 6, All comments should be identified with the docket number found in brackets in the heading of this document.

Background Manufacturers establish and follow quality systems to help ensure that their products consistently meet applicable requirements and specifications. Under section f of the act, FDA issued a final rule in the Federal Register of July 21, 43 FR 31 , prescribing CGMP requirements for the methods used in, and the facilities and controls used for the manufacture, packing, storage, and installation of medical devices.

This regulation became effective on December 18, , and is codified under part Except for editorial changes to update organizational references in the regulation and revisions to the list of critical devices that was included in the preamble to the final regulation, the device CGMP requirements have not been revised since This final rule is the result of an extensive effort begun in to revise this regulation. This change in law was based on findings that a significant proportion of device recalls were attributed to faulty design of product.

FDA found that approximately 44 percent of the quality problems that led to voluntary recall actions during this 6-year period were attributed to errors or deficiencies that were designed into particular devices and may have been prevented by adequate design controls.

These design-related defects involved both noncritical devices e. With respect to software used to operate medical devices, the data were even more striking. A subsequent study of software-related recalls for the period of fiscal year FY through FY indicated that over 90 percent of all software- related device failures were due to design-related errors, generally, the failure to validate software prior to routine production Ref. Because this regulation must apply to so many different types of devices, the regulation does not prescribe in detail how a manufacturer must produce a specific device.

Rather, the regulation provides the framework that all manufacturers must follow by requiring that manufacturers develop and follow procedures and fill in the details that are appropriate to a given device according to the current state-of-the-art manufacturing for that specific device.

FDA has made changes to the proposed regulation and the Working Draft, as the final rule evidences, to provide manufacturers with even greater flexibility in achieving the quality requirements.

The Supreme Court recently addressed the preemptive effect, under section of the act 21 U. In Medtronic, Inc. Lohr, S. See Lohr at Under the Supreme Court's analysis in Lohr, the requirements imposed by the original CGMP regulation would rarely have preemptive effect.

FDA believes that the reasoning of Medtronic v. Lohr applies equally to the new quality system regulation, which, as does the original CGMP regulation, prescribes requirements that apply to medical devices in general, rather than to any particular medical device.

Therefore, FDA has concurrently amended part 21 CFR part to make clear the new quality system regulation does not preempt State tort and common law remedies. ISO and EN are written as voluntary standards, but when used to fulfill the requirements of the European Medical Device Directives, or other national regulations, these standards are mandatory requirements similar to the CGMP requirements.

The GHTF submitted comments, however, noting where FDA could more closely harmonize to achieve consistency with quality system requirements worldwide. The original period for comment on the proposal closed on February 22, , and was extended until April 4, Because of the heavy volume of comments and the desire to increase public participation in the development of the quality system regulation, FDA decided to publish the notice of availability in the Federal Register to allow comment on the Working Draft before issuing a final regulation.

The Working Draft represented the agency's views at the time on how it would respond to the many comments received, and on how the agency believed a final rule should be framed.

FDA solicited public comment on the Working Draft until October 23, , to determine if the agency had adequately addressed the many comments received and whether the agency had framed a final rule that achieved the public health goals to be gained from implementation of quality systems in the most efficient manner.

The public meeting consisted of prepared presentations followed by an open discussion period. Both the agency and the participants found the meeting to be very productive in focusing attention on the few main areas of concern in the Working Draft.

The main issues were: The application of the regulation to component manufacturers; the application of the regulation to third party servicers and refurbishers; and the implementation timeframe of the final rule. A notice of the meeting was published in the Federal Register of August 24, FDA made a brief presentation to the committee on the changes from the proposal to the Working Draft and discussed some changes that FDA was recommending as a result of the August meeting.

The remainder of the meeting consisted of prepared [Page ] presentations from the public and the committee's discussion on the main issues. The overwhelming majority of the committee members believed that the Working Draft met the public health needs, gave manufacturers sufficient flexibility to comply with the regulation, and met the agency's goal of harmonizing the quality system requirements with those of other countries.

The GMP Advisory Committee strongly supported FDA's recommendation, in response to the August public meeting, to not include component manufacturers under this final rule. However, the GMP Advisory Committee was clearly divided on several issues related to the proposed regulation of third party servicers and refurbishers. A transcript of the proceedings of the GMP Advisory Committee meeting, as well as data and information submitted to FDA during the meeting, are available from the Dockets Management Branch address above.

A summary of changes from the July Working Draft to the final rule is contained at the end of this preamble. Implementation of the Final Rule FDA has decided, in response to the many comments and concerns expressed about the need for more time to implement design controls, to implement the final rule in two stages.

Under stage one, on June 1, , approximately 1 year after this rule is published in the Federal Register, all elements of the final rule become effective.

However, with respect to the design control requirements in Sec. Under stage two, beginning June 1, , FDA will treat noncompliance with design control requirements in Sec. To prepare for stage one of this implementation plan, FDA intends to develop, by April of , a strategy for inspecting the design control requirements. Both industry and FDA field investigators will then be trained on this inspectional strategy for design controls during April and May Starting June 1, , manufacturers will be inspected for compliance with all the new quality system requirements, including design controls, in the manner described in the inspectional strategy.

However, as part of the transition program, from June 1, , for a period of 1 year, although FDA will inspect firms for compliance with the design control requirements, the field will issue any observations to the manufacturer on a separate design control inspectional strategy report, not on FDA Form The design control inspectional strategy report will be made a part of the manufacturer's establishment inspection report EIR , but the observations relating to Sec.

FDA notes that it can, at any time, take action against unsafe or adulterated medical devices under different regulatory or statutory authorities. FDA wants to emphasize that manufacturers are required to take reasonable steps to come into compliance with the design control requirements during the June 1, , to June 1, , period.

FDA also emphasizes that this transition period relates only to the design control requirements of Sec. The time period from June 1, , to June 1, , is intended to allow both the industry and FDA field investigators time to become familiar with the design control requirements and the enforcement aspects of this new area.

Finally, as described elsewhere in this preamble, FDA intends to conduct a midcourse review of the new design control requirements during the transition year June to June Specifically, the results of the first several months of design control inspections will be reviewed by early FDA will review all of the completed design control inspectional strategy reports that were given to manufacturers from between June 1, , through December 1, The completed strategy reports will be reviewed with particular attention paid to clarity of information obtained, the appropriateness of the information collected with respect to the design control requirements, the appropriateness of the questions on the inspectional strategy, the manner in which the investigators are writing out their observations, and any requirements that seem to be giving manufacturers a problem or where there might be misunderstandings as to what the regulation requires.

FDA will then hold an open public meeting in early to discuss with industry these findings and to further explore any concerns industry might be having in implementing the new design control requirements. Any midcourse adjustments to the inspectional strategy will be instituted and made public by the spring of Also during this midcourse review, FDA will evaluate the information gathered at that point and determine if the design control requirements as written in this final rule are appropriate to obtain the goals expressed in this preamble.

FDA will consider minor or even major changes, based on experience to date. Any necessary adjustments or proposed revisions will be published in the Federal Register and comments will be solicited as necessary during the spring of This implementation strategy is responsive to requests by industry for FDA to harmonize the quality system regulation's implementation with the mandatory date for implementation of the EU's Medical Device Directive, which is June Response to Comments and Rationale for Changes Approximately separate individuals or groups commented on the proposal published in the Federal Register of November 23, , and approximately separate individuals or groups commented on the Working Draft that was announced in a notice of availability published in the Federal Register on July 24, FDA made many changes in response to the comments.

Most of the changes were made in response to specific comments, in response to comments for clarity, understanding, and readability, or to further harmonize FDA requirements with international standards, as many comments requested. Numerous comments stated that industry was very pleased with FDA's [Page ] Working Draft and the effort that was made to harmonize with ISO, as well as to engage industry in commenting on the Working Draft through the open public meeting and the GMP Advisory Committee meeting that were held in August and September , respectively.

FDA's responses to the comments received on the proposal and the Working Draft, as well as explanations for the changes made, follow. General Provisions Subpart A i. Scope Sec. This revision follows the suggestion underlying many comments on specific provisions that FDA generally harmonize the CGMP requirements and terminology with international standards. In addition, this title accurately describes the sum of the requirements, which now include the CGMP requirements for design, purchasing, and servicing controls.

CGMP requirements now cover a full quality system. FDA notes that the principles embodied in this quality system regulation have been accepted worldwide as a means of ensuring that acceptable products are produced. While the regulation has been harmonized with the medical device requirements in Europe, Australia, and Japan, as well as the requirements proposed by Canada, it is anticipated that other countries will adopt similar requirements in the near future.

First, there were complications in dealing with the issue of copyrights and, second, FDA along with health agencies of other governments does not believe that for medical devices ISO alone is sufficient to adequately protect the public health.

Through the many years of experience enforcing and evaluating compliance with the original CGMP regulation, FDA has found that it is necessary to clearly spell out its expectations. This difference in approach does not represent any fundamentally different requirements that would hinder global harmonization. Several comments suggested that Sec. The quality system regulation provides a framework of basic requirements for each manufacturer to use in establishing a quality system appropriate to the devices designed and manufactured and the manufacturing processes employed.

Manufacturers must adopt current and effective methods and procedures for each device they design and manufacture to comply with and implement the basic requirements. The regulation provides the flexibility necessary to allow manufacturers to adopt advances in technology, as well as new manufacturing and quality system procedures, as they become available.

During inspections, FDA will assess whether a manufacturer has established procedures and followed requirements that are appropriate to a given device under the current state-of-the-art manufacturing for that specific device. FDA investigators receive extensive training to ensure uniform interpretation and application of the regulation to the medical device industry.

Thus, the agency does not believe that FDA investigators will cite deviations from requirements not contained in this part.

However, as noted above, FDA has altered the language of the scope to make clear that additional, unstated requirements do not exist. A few comments suggested eliminating the distinction between critical and noncritical devices, thus eliminating the need for distinct requirements for critical devices. Other comments disagreed, asserting that eliminating the distinction would increase the cost of production of low-risk devices without improving their safety and effectiveness. However, FDA has retained the concept of distinguishing between devices for the traceability requirements in Sec.

As addressed in the discussion under that section, FDA believes that it is imperative that manufacturers be able to trace, by control number, any device, or where appropriate component of a device, that is intended for surgical implant into the body or to support or sustain life whose failure to perform when properly used in accordance with instructions for use provided in the labeling can be reasonably expected to result in a significant injury to the user.

The deletion of the terminology will bring the regulation in closer harmony with ISO and the quality system standards or requirements of other countries. In fact the new regulation is less prescriptive and gives the manufacturer the flexibility to determine the controls that are necessary commensurate with risk. The burden is on the manufacturer, however, to describe the types and degree of controls and how those controls were decided upon. Such determinations are made in accordance with standard operating procedures SOP's established by the manufacturer.

The wording is the same as that used in the drug CGMP.

The quality system regulation includes requirements related to the methods used in, and the facilities and controls used for, designing, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, storing, installing, and servicing of medical devices intended for human use. This action is necessary to add preproduction design controls and to achieve consistency with quality system requirements worldwide. This regulation sets forth the framework for device manufacturers to follow and gives them greater flexibility in achieving quality requirements.

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India and China Make Space for Domestic Medical Devices

Artificial intelligence is arguably the most transformative technology on earth today. But, by and large, implementing AI and big data responsibly into consumer and industrial processes could radically change whole industries into cleaner, more efficient versions of themselves. This promise holds true for AI in medical device development and manufacturing, too. Reducing rates of misdiagnosis some accounting says 1 in 10 diagnoses are made in error is critical — and a clear place where AI can step in. Medical device manufacturing will need to evolve to keep pace with AI in diagnostic medicine.

About 10 years ago, there were a number of notable trends and market forces which began to, once again, change how the medical device manufacturing sector brought its products to market. The pace of evolution means that industry-watchers are constantly charting trends, trying to stay out in front of the wave.

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Perhaps no other sector of the life sciences is experiencing as much growth, transformation and opportunity as the medical device industry. From the effect of new technologies on clinical data management, to an ever-changing regulatory landscape, to increased emphasis on the trial master file TMF Reference Model as an industry standard, medtech manufacturers have their hands full just keeping up with the latest clinical trends. This article will provide an overview of some of the top clinical trends influencing the medical device sphere now and moving into As has been the case for several years, major tech companies have seen the value and growth potential of the health care and medical device sectors and are investing heavily to move into those industries. Though life sciences companies have been reluctant in the past to adopt cloud technologies, consumer electronics and tech companies and the advances in cloud technology are reversing the trend. In this environment, companies can see trends, make predictions and understand how to stop quality events, and create huge time efficiencies. The development of personal health tech, such as the Apple Watch, which received Class II medical device approval from the U. Food and Drug Administration FDA , is further evidence of the impact tech is having on clinical research.

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