Among BioMed Alliance’s many achievements is a grant under Horizon 2020 to contribute to evidence-based decision making for medical devices.
This is the first time that BioMed Alliance has been named as a partner in a European project and BMA looks forward to starting the work early next year.
BMA worked relentlessly through the years to advocate for the improvement of health research, and to provide valuable advice and recommendations on health issues to policy makers. In a logical continuation of its advocacy work, it will now focus on delivering concrete advocacy solutions.
Baselines of two projects that will be implemented in 2021 were set up. These intend to deliver practical help for decision makers. The CORE MD project aims at translating expert knowledge into advice for regulatory guidance for the evaluation of medical devices. The BioMedScape project is based on CardioScape and will hopefully extend to other medical disciplines to develop it into a practical mechanism mapping scientific research projects across Europe.
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