More than 30,000 health-related mobile apps are on the market – from thermometers to stethoscopes – designed to empower consumers to take a more active role in managing their health. But how can these devices be regulated to ensure safety and efficacy, while not stifling innovation? This question has come up in the House and Senate, both of which have introduced bills in the past year calling for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversight for apps that pose a potential risk to consumers, while limiting regulatory authority for low-risk applications. Literally thousands of mobile health apps are available in Apple ... Read More
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