FDA announces interoperability standards

The U.S. FDA issued official recommendations on medical device interoperability on August 6, 2013 and recognized industry-developed interoperability standards – including ISO and IEEE standards – for medical devices and electronic medical records (EMRs). Most newly introduced standards relate to ...

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