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Per FDA Not Mobile App


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Per FDA Not Mobile App

  1. 1. Draft Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff Issued- July 21, 2011 Information architect- Kel Mohror
  2. 2. • This guidance is intended to assist manufacturers in- o determining if a product is a mobile medical app and o FDAs expectations for that product.• Appendix A and existing medical device regulatory classifications in Appendix B of this Draft Guidance are to be used in the determination.
  3. 3. • Mobile apps that are electronic "copies" of medical textbooks, teaching aids or reference materials, or are solely used to provide clinicians with training or reinforce training previously received.• Mobile apps that are solely used to log, record, track, evaluate, or make decisions or suggestions related to developing or maintaining general health and wellness.• Mobile apps that only automate general office operations with functionalities that include billing, inventory, appointments, or insurance transactions.
  4. 4. • Mobile apps that are generic aids that assist users but are not commercially marketed for a specific medical indication.• Mobile apps that perform the functionality of an electronic health record system or personal health record system. This guidance is limited only to mobile medical apps and can be read through this link.