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The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), the regulatory body for therapeutic goods in Australia, had previously announced that various medical device reforms would be enacted from 2019 through 2024. The transition period was (and still is) set to end on October 31, 2024. However, this summer, TGA announced a delay in the commencement of the medical device...
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The Australian medical device regulatory division TGA has release a new online tool to assist manufacturers with classifying their products.  The SME Assist tool “is a dedicated service that TGA offers to help small to medium enterprises (SMEs), researchers, start-ups and those unfamiliar with regulation to understand their regulatory and legislative obligations.”
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In August 2014, the Australian Therapeutic Goods Authority (TGA) gave a presentation on its approach to software regulation of medical devices.  This is a short and very clear high level presentation that explains the TGA’s focus and use of relevant standards such as 62304 as well as its focus on safety and risk management. View...
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The Therapeutic Goods Administration of the Australian Department of Health released a document on 13-Sep-2013 entitled “Regulation of medical software and mobile medical ‘apps’.”  This explains at a high level Australia’s approach to regulation of medical software.  It indicates a risk based approach is taken and that all medical devices are expected to meet the...
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