SafeLink: 3 Ways Your Product Offerings Can Trigger FDA's Attention
Is the information on your website triggering FDA’s attention to your business? Branding, using proprietary names, and marketing custom devices affect how your business model is portrayed to FDA. From importation of devices to manufacture of devices that require FDA 510(k) clearance, learn what you could expect from FDA and the impact it could have on your business. For devices requiring a FDA 510(k) clearance, the presenters discuss how to get devices on the market and how to manage subsequent changes.
Take this course to learn more about:
• FDA regulated activities for medical devices
• How registration and listing errors can increase FDA scrutiny
• How public media marketing exposes a business activity to FDA
• How FDA’s medical device premarket notification (510k) process works
This course will benefit:
• Medical device manufacturers, including dental custom implant abutments.
This is a pre-recorded webinar. Please disregard any reference to NBC course approval numbers made in this webinar. Upon purchase, you will have 30 days of access to the course.
Requirements for Course Completion
This video will be available through your NADL Learner Community for 30 days from your purchase date and will expire after that time. There is no required test to receive credit for this course. These credits will be automatically submitted to NBC.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive one hour of documented Regulatory Standards through the National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology (NBC). Credit will automatically be submitted to NBC on your behalf.
|Activity Number||Credit Amount||Accreditation Period|
|37375||1 Regulatory Standards||from October 03, 2018|