FDA proposes fiscal 2014 user fee rates

August 2, 2013 by Brad Perriello

The FDA proposes new rates for the user fees medical device companies pay to have their products reviewed by the federal watchdog agency.

FDA proposes fiscal 2014 user fee rates

The FDA wants to raise the user fees paid by medical device companies for the watchdog agency's review by 4.2% across the board.

The FDA's Center for Devices & Radiological Health said today that it proposes to boost the fees for both small businesses making less that $100 million annually and for their larger brethren.

The increases would cover applications for 510(k) clearance, the more stringent pre-market approval process and a raft of other applications to the FDA.

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