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Registration of Medical Devices (DCGI) – In A Minute | Ritika Ganju

Recently the Registration of Medical Devices is introduced with licensing through simple e-based process. It will also increase the ambit of medical devices which come under regulatory control.

 

This will further affect the implications and procedure related to licensing and Registration of Medical Devices. The Registration is optional till October this year and after that it will become mandatory. The regulation will be under control of – Central Drug Standards Control Organization (CDSCO), The Drug Controller General of India (DCGI), India’s Drugs & Cosmetic Act and Rules (DCA)

Watch this LawWiser In A Minute Video powered by Phoenix Legal, where Ritika Ganju, Partner, Phoenix Legal, takes us through key highlights of this requirements. She also shares objectives and implications of new medical devices regulations.

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One On One – Comprehending Data Privacy & Data Security

Data Privacy and Data Security are some of the key issues that every company must be in compliance with. However, these two terms are often used interchangeably by many.

To know the difference and how companies deal with them Lawwiser brings discussion with expert K. Satish Kumar, Global Head – Legal & Chief Data Protection Officer, Ramco Systems,on ‘Comprehending Data Privacy & Data Security’.

Get insights on the following:

1) Data Privacy & its instances. What falls under it?

2) What is Data Security?

3) What are the compliances followed by companies to avoid a breach of information or any such risks?

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One On One – Understanding The Regulations In Medical Devices

Medical devices have been used to treat and diagnose disease since antiquity. The regulation of medical devices has developed much more slowly than that of medicines, which commenced in the late 1960s. The Indian law that regulates the quality and safety of medical devices has been amended and it will now apply to all medical devices, effective April 1, 2020.

Lawwiser brings discussion on ‘Understanding The Regulations in Medical Devices’ with the subject matter expert Saloni Tuteja [Director – Legal (South Asia), Zimmer Biomet ] part of One on One series.

  1. She precisely discusses on following points:-  Relevant provisions that regulate Medical Devices Sector
  2. Issues & Challenges faced by Medical Devices Sector Stay tuned Lawwiser for such insights.

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