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Cumulative percent of CDRH staff and reviewers trained in new accessibility criteria at the end of the month (1)

Cumulative FY 2012 Target: 15%

Dictionary: Once the final rule related to technical criteria for medical device accessibility has been published, CDRH will begin training medical device reviewers and other FDA staff to incorporate the new standards into their work. Training the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) staff in the new accessibility criteria will ensure that medical devices are accessible to individuals with accessibility needs. This will allow greater access to medical and diagnostic equipment regulated by FDA.

Fiscal Year - 2012

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Cumulative FY 2012 Target: 15%

TimeTargetPercent
Oct 2011N/AN/A
Nov 2011N/AN/A
Dec 2011N/AN/A
Jan 2012N/AN/A
Feb 2012N/AN/A
Mar 2012N/AN/A
Apr 2012N/AN/A
May 2012N/AN/A
Jun 2012N/AN/A
Jul 2012N/AN/A
Aug 2012N/AN/A
Sep 2012N/AN/A

Footnotes

  • (1) Training cannot begin until after publication of the rule (expected in 2012).

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