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The role and purpose of medical device regulation is now better understood than at any time in its history, and regulators are no longer seen as gatekeepers preventing business from happening. In Vivo Rising Leader 2022 Graeme Tunbridge, formerly at the MHRA and now a senior VP at BSI, is a champion of the climate of inclusivity.
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As the health care sector moves from linear to circular, medtechs, providers and patients all have roles to play in ensuring that current strategies, practices and behaviors contribute to guarantee a sustainable future. Part one of a short series on this theme looks as best practice for providers.