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Medical Device User Fee Amendments (MDUFA)

Device user fees were first established in 2002 by the Medical Device User Fee and Modernization Act (MDUFMA). User fees were renewed in 2007, with the Medical Device User Fee Amendments to the FDA Amendments Act (MDUFA II), and 2012 with the Medical Device User Fee Amendments to the FDA Safety and Innovation Act (MDUFA III). In 2015, the FDA will open discussions with industry about the 2017 medical device user fee program (MDUFA IV).

Under the user fee system, medical device companies pay fees to the FDA when they register their establishments and list their devices with the agency, whenever they submit an application or a notification to market a new medical device in the U.S. and for certain other types of submissions. These fees help the FDA increase the efficiency of regulatory processes with a goal of reducing the time it takes to bring safe and effective medical devices to the U.S. market.

FDA will host meetings with representatives of patient and consumer groups to discuss the reauthorization of the Medical Device User Fee Amendments (MDUFA). During these meetings, participants will hear updates on the FDA-industry negotiations and will provide their suggestions for improving the program.

Registration is now open for Patient and Consumer Stakeholder Meeting - MDUFA Reauthorization.

Meetings dates:

Time and Location: All meetings will be held from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. (Eastern Time), in Building 31 at FDA’s White Oak Campus in Silver Spring, MD.

 

Page Last Updated: 06/24/2016
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