Infographic: Software a Medical Device
Infographic: Software as a Medical Device
Anne Sophie Dil
Co-founder of NAALA
Published on 6 July 2021
By: Anne Sophie Dil – Co-founder of NAALA
Published on 6 July, 2021
Innovation is everywhere, including in the medical world. Increasingly, software is being used in e.g. diagnosis, treatment, prognosis and relief of an illness or disability. As a result, software is increasingly classified as a medical device. This means that medical device rules must be applied to new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, virtual/augmented reality and other types of software applications. How to determine whether software is a medical device under the European Medical Devices Regulation (MDR)? This requires going through 5 simple questions.
Medical software may therefore be subject to medical device legislation. In addition, software applications (in general) have to deal with data storage and exchange, so information security and privacy standards and laws also have an impact. In order to develop a safe and high-quality (software) product, the entire regulatory framework must be taken into account.
Do you want to know if your software is a medical device? Would you like to know what the regulatory framework means for you, or how you can implement is practically and efficiently? Feel free to contact us!
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