Manufacturers interested in registering a medical device in China can now submit electronic documents online through the new eRPS system.
The Philippines Department of Health published a draft schedule of fees to be charged for medical device registrations under the new Rules next year. As per Administrative Order 2018-0002, medical devices will be classified by increasing risk from A to D.
In an ongoing effort to refine and improve the systems and procedures for medical device registration in China, the National Medical Products Administration or NMPA (previously the CFDA) moved to a new on-line submission system and harmonized the applications table of contents to international standards.
New medical device regulations in the Phillipines have been launched. Class A, Class B, Class C, and Class D medical devices will all be affected.
With Regulation B.E. 2562 (revision from regulation B.E. 2540), the Thai FDA increased the regulatory status of breast implants from Notified to Licensed (Class 4)
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China has been making efforts to encourage more direct investment. Along with the new Foreign Investment Law, the NMPA has also announced incentives for manufacturers opening facilities in China by making the application process easier and faster.
Hong Kong’s Department of Health officially changed the name of the Medical Device Control Office (MDCO) to the Medical Device Division (MDD) at the end of 2019.