Tagged as: FDA

The Continuing Saga of Lab Developed Tests, Including for COVID-19 Testing

In August, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) announced that the FDA will not require premarket review of laboratory developed tests (LDTs), whether COVID-19 related or not, absent notice-and-comment rulemaking.  Labs may voluntarily seek a premarket approval, 510(k) clearance, or an emergency use authorization (EUA) for their…

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Q&A on FDA’s Requirements Related to Financial Disclosure by Clinical Investigators

What financial arrangements between clinical trial sponsors and clinical investigators must be disclosed in a drug, biologic or device marketing application? In a marketing application, FDA requires that four types of financial arrangements be disclosed: (1) any financial arrangement between the sponsor and the investigator whereby the value of the…

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