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Entries by Tom Anderson

A Look Ahead to What’s Next for NESTcc in 2019

Less than a month in, 2019 is shaping up to be another landmark year for the NESTcc.  In an effort to further advance our mission to accelerate the development and translation of new and safe health technologies, leveraging Real-World Evidence (RWE), and innovative research, NESTcc’s Governing Committee has approved our Strategic & Operational Plan for […]

2018│NESTcc’s Year in Review

As we wrap up NESTcc’s busiest year to date, I’d like to reflect on the landmark achievements and milestones that have been accomplished over the past twelve months, guided by NESTcc’s 2018 Strategic & Operational Plan. 2018 was marked by firsts for NESTcc, starting with our first Data Strategy Convening meeting in February where we […]

Developing the NESTcc Active Surveillance Portfolio

In 2016, the National Evaluation System for health Technology Coordinating Center (NESTcc) was established, in part, to help address the timely and robust identification of safety signals for medical devices.  NESTcc has received dedicated funding from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) to advance active surveillance activities […]

NESTcc Seeks Project Manager to Join its Growing Team

NESTcc is growing its team and is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Project Manager.  A full description of the Project Manager position can be found here. If your professional experience aligns with the position listed below and if you are interested in helping NESTcc advance its mission to accelerate the development and translation […]

NESTcc Announces First Round of Real-World Evidence Test-Cases

Today, NESTcc announced its first Real-World Evidence Test-Cases.  Initially submitted through a public call for concepts in January 2018, these Test-Cases will answer questions of importance to the medical device ecosystem through collaborations between NESTcc Network Collaborators and participating industry partners.  The eight projects include both 510(k) and premarket approval regulatory pathways, and address devices […]