Digital Health

The Accredited Persons (AP) Inspection Program allows for accredited persons to conduct the equivalent of an FDA quality system audit for manufacturers of FDA-regulated products. The accreditation is granted to third parties based on certain eligibility criteria and training. Manufacturers...

NIST stands for National Institute of Standards and Technology and this federal agency develops and promotes measurements, standards, and technology to improve system productivity. NIST has a robust Cybersecurity Framework and is one of the most popular topics in the...

The FDA is in a constant state of working to optimize regulatory requirements for advancing technology. Digital health has been a hot topic for the agency over the past year due to increases in remote healthcare amidst the COVID-19 pandemic...

Nowadays, there are mobile applications for almost every utility and in every domain. From e-commerce, finance, education, food-industry to healthcare, mobile applications provide impeccable services as these software tools in our mini-computers provide the best user experience and equivalent internet...

A chronic disease that has affected many people in the US is Diabetes. Based on the 2020 statistical report from Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, the number of people suffering from Diabetes is 34.2 million people which is 10.5% of the...

Nanotechnology is the science of understanding, inventing, and controlling objects which are built in the scales of nanometers (one nanometer is one-billionth of a meter). Using Nanotechnology, manufacturers can compose components such as batteries, robots, or tools at a very...