The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services last week announced planned changes to the Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies Competitive Bidding Program for 2021. Under the program, DMEPOS suppliers compete to become Medicare contract suppliers to furnish 16 product categories in 130 competitive bidding areas. The program’s last contracts expired in December. In May, CMS will announce bidder registration and bidding dates for the 2021 program.
The Food and Drug Administration intends to finalize guidance early next year on a new approach to its 510(k) program for pre-market review of medical devices.
The AHA opposes tariffs that have been imposed on medical equipment and medical products imported from China that are used in hospitals, as well as potential…
The Food and Drug Administration today issued draft guidance that provides recommendations to the medical device industry on cybersecurity considerations for…