It seem that most of our readers are satisfied with the job the FDA is doing in tracking medical device quality, both before and after products hit the market. According to the results of last week’s poll, 60 percent of readers claimed to be happy with the agency with 40 percent dissatisfied. With the FDA now beefing up its oversight of medical devices – for example aided with outside experts as was recently announced (see "FDA calls on non-government experts to evaluate safety of heart devices") – it will be interesting to see if the level of approval goes higher. Stay tuned.
Take part in this week's poll:
A recent New York Times column suggests that contrary to widely held belief, many radiology jobs are not in fact being outsourced to India or elsewhere, at least not yet.
Do you think that radiology reads can be provided effectively off-shore? Cast your vote!