NESTcc’s organizational structure consists of a multi-stakeholder Governing Committee, which is a Committee established by the MDIC Board of Directors, and an Executive Director supported by program staff.
Working Groups composed of experts representing diverse perspectives may be established by the Governing Committee on an ad hoc basis.
The NESTcc Governing Committee is comprised of key stakeholders from across the medical device ecosystem committed to the success of NESTcc and charged with inaugurating a Coordinating Center that is inclusive, patient-focused, and anchored in accountability and transparency.
The Governing Committee approved the launch of the Data Quality Subcommittee and the Methods Subcommittee, which are charged with developing data quality standards and identifying appropriate statistical methods for the use of Real-World Data (RWD).
The Governing Committee also approved the establishment of a multi-stakeholder Active Surveillance Task Force, which is tasked with establishing a Roadmap for leveraging NESTcc’s work to advance active surveillance and subsequently launch NESTcc’s first active surveillance projects.