June 22, 2022
By: Meghna Parikh
“Medical device manufacturers collaborating with health-care providers to develop 3D-printed medical devices face legal and compliance hurdles, according to Nixon Peabody partner Harsh P. Parikh and Carbon Health attorney Meghna Vink. Continued innovation will face challenges as regulators struggle to balance innovation and consumer safety, they say.”
“3D-printing technology has the power to revolutionize health care by developing innovative clinical solutions and creating new therapies adapted to patients’ unique needs. But, as traditional medical device manufacturers collaborate with health-care providers to bring the printing process closer to the point of care (PoC), stakeholders must grapple with a minefield of health-care laws both on the state and federal levels.”
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