Deep Bio Acquires MDSAP Certification, Paving the Way for Global Expansion
Deep Bio, a pioneer in medical AI for pathologic cancer diagnostics, announced that it has been recently granted Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) certificate.
MDSAP is a unified global regulatory audit of medical device manufacturing operated by the International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF). MDSAP-certified manufacturers are considered to have satisfied the relevant requirements of the regulatory authorities participating in the program including the United States (FDA), Canada (Health Canada), Japan (MHLW), Australia (TGA), and Brazil (ANVISA).
Through the MDSAP certificate, Deep Bio demonstrated its commitment to high product quality standards and safety management. Also, it is expected that Deep Bio will be able to enter the US, Canada, Japan, Australia, and Brazil markets faster and more efficiently in the future, saving time and cost associated with Quality Management System (QMS) in each market.
“Obtaining MDSAP certification is meaningful in that our products are recognized for outstanding quality management on top of innovative technology in the global market,” said Sun Woo Kim, CEO of Deep Bio. “In particular, as these five countries account for more than half of the global medical device market, I am confident that passing the MDSAP audit can be a great opportunity to expand our presence in overseas markets. At the same time, we will make every effort to strengthen our differentiated technology through continuous product research and establish ourselves as a leader in AI-based cancer diagnostics in global markets,” added he.
Deep Bio continues to focus on not only AI diagnostics but also R&D and presenting the results in various international conferences and events. The company also continues to build its presence in the global market through overseas digital pathology solution providers in the US, Europe, and India, as well as conducting research cooperation with Stanford Medical School, Harvard Dana-Farber Cancer Center, and other top research institutions in the US.
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