The innovative devices access pathway pilot launched
The innovative devices access pathway (IDAP) pilot was launched on 19 September.
This is an initiative to bring new technologies and solutions to the NHS to help with medical needs that are not currently being met.
The aim of IDAP is to enable and improve patient access to innovative and transformative medical devices by providing an integrated and enhanced regulatory and access pathway to developers. The aim of the pilot is to test the main elements of the pathway and to provide informative learning and feedback that helps to build the future IDAP.
The IDAP is open to UK and international commercial and non-commercial developers with new health technology solutions.
Successful applicants will receive support at key stages of their product design and development process from the IDAP partners.
Industry are invited to submit expressions of interest by 29 October.