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FDA Pre-Cert Pilot Program: Public Input Workshop and Co-Creation

February 20th, 2018 | Howard Look
This is the next in our series of updates on Tidepool’s participation on the FDA Precertification Pilot Program. Prior popular posts include: A Revolution is Occurring: The FDA is leading it, and you may be missing out 101 Questions to Ask Yourself if you are building Medical Software TL;DR From January 29 through February 1, […]
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A Revolution is Occurring: The FDA is leading it, and you may be missing out

January 15th, 2018 | Howard Look
This is the next in our series of blog posts to keep you up to date on our ongoing involvement with the FDA Pre-Certification Pilot program. In the first post, we shared some of the “Excellence Principles” and “Common Validating Principles” that the FDA asked us to think about. In our second post, we shared […]
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101 Questions to Ask Yourself if you are building Medical Software

December 7th, 2017 | Howard Look
As part of our ongoing promise to keep you in the loop with our ongoing involvement with the FDA Pre-Certification Pilot program, here’s the next post on how we’re thinking. In a prior post, we shared some of the “Excellence Principles” and “Common Validating Principles” that the FDA asked us to think about as part […]
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Tidepool and the FDA Pre-Cert Program: Software Iteration FTW!

October 19th, 2017 | Howard Look
If there’s one thing that successful startups in Silicon Valley will tell you, it’s that your ability to iterate quickly defines your success. The faster you can iterate and deliver new ideas, the more quickly you can converge the winning ideas based on real feedback. We were thrilled to learn that we had been accepted […]
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Liberate the Data! Tidepool’s docket comments on FDA MDDS Draft Guidance

August 22nd, 2014 | Howard Look
On June 20, 2014, the FDA released Draft Guidance that would update the way they enforce Medical Data Display Systems, or MDDS. The guidance also proposes changes to the already-adopted Mobile Medical Applications (MMA) guidance. Overall, this new guidance is a great step forward and we applaud the FDA for moving in this direction. Here’s the […]
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Blip Pilot Study at UCSF Has Begun!

June 6th, 2014 | Howard Look
Wow! The Blip Pilot Study has officially begun! Before you read any further, please watch this video. That’s Blip. It’s our first app, and UCSF is now recruiting 32 pediatric and 16 adult patients that will put it through its paces in a real life clinical and home settings. So you’ll have to excuse us… […]
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