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  • The Importance of IVDR and Navigating the Challenges of New Regulations

    The In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation, by setting high standards of quality and safety, aims to guarantee the proper functioning of the European market and to ensure a high level of health protection for patients and users.

  • What Are In Vitro Diagnostics and Why Are They Important?

    Diagnostics provide health systems with essential information to help manage diseases, whether infectious or not. It is important to understand that there are many different types of diagnostic tests and methods that support healthcare in different ways.

  • Data Interoperability is Critical for Modern Healthcare Systems

    Our healthcare systems generate enormous amounts of data every day. Data interoperability—the seamless flow of information from one point to another within appropriate boundaries—aims to facilitate optimal care for individuals and populations.

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