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Elizabeth Orr

Washington, DC

Elizabeth Orr is managing editor of US regulatory and policy for Medtech Insight, which she joined in 2015 as a reporter focused on legal issues. She remains fascinated by the ever-changing master class on technology, government regulations, advances in health care and more that is covering the device industry. Elizabeth’s past employers include FDANews; DecisionHealth (formerly UCG); the Society of Interventional Radiology; and the Washington Examiner. A graduate of the College of Journalism at the University of Maryland College Park, she lives in Arlington, Va., with her husband and children.

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Providers Asked To Use Fewer Blood Collection Tubes In Face Of Shortage

The US FDA is urging providers to conserve blood test tubes to combat an ongoing shortage. 

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Device Center Promises Stronger Focus On Women’s Health

Women would be better represented in clinical research and device development under a new strategic plan from the US FDA.

Policy FDA

Industry And Investors Ponder Legacy Of Theranos Scandal

What lessons can be learned from the conviction of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, found guilty on four counts of investor fraud in a US court on 4 January?

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Attorneys Mull Takeaways From Conviction Of Theranos Founder Holmes

Elizabeth Holmes has been convicted on four counts of investor fraud. Two attorneys who followed the case spoke to Medtech Insight about what happened – and what it could mean for industry as a whole.

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Warning Letter Close-Outs – December 2021

The US FDA released only one device-related close-out letter last month.

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FDA Finalizes Guidance On Multi-Patient Arthroscopy Tubing

The document from the US agency details features and testing protocols expected to diminish the risk of “backflow,” in which contaminated fluid is transferred from one patient to another.

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