FDA oversight of med devices questioned. What MDs want from Apple Watch (PMVR 10.13.2014)

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On this PRVR: 1) Two separate studies call the FDA to task for its oversight of new medical devices. (http://articles.philly.com/2014-10-01/news/54479968_1_lower-risk-devices-regulating-medical-devices-the-fda)

2) An MD explains what physicians would like to see from new smart watches that the Apple Watch does not offer. (http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertpearl/2014/10/02/a-doctors-take-on-the-apple-watch/)

3) Psilos Group’s annual healthcare outlook recommends that healthcare insurers ditch their B2B model and focus on patients and providers. (http://www.mhealthnews.com/news/insurers-must-change-and-embrace-mhealth-survive)

4) The pharma profession is noticeably slow in adopting mobile technologies despite the industry’s rabid interest and desire for them. (http://www.mhealthnews.com/news/pharmas-tough-road-mobility)

5) Facebook is rumored to be developing two entries for the pharmaceutical and healthcare markets. (http://www.healthtechzone.com/topics/healthcare/articles/2014/10/06/390696-facebook-eying-healthcare.htm)

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