Explain, please, H.R. 3200/Division C/Title V/Subtitle CSEC. 2521. NATIONAL MEDICAL DEVICE REGISTRY
I have read conflicting reports on the measure. I have read this section and do not understand the implications. This is part of the HealthCare reform. Here is a link to the verbage -- please, if you can, explain in layman's terms. No alarmist responses, please. Just educated answers. Thanks! (You may have to copy & paste: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/H.R._3200 … Subtitle_C)
It basically means the governemnt is going to make a registry list of all the medical devices in use with their serial numbers and effectiveness, this allows them to check if devices need to be replaced and know if more of a certain device is required.
Thumbs up to you for reading the bill btw if only more people would.
As a Medical Professional I have read this Bill and specifically studied this portion of the Bill as I work in surgery and it pertains to what I do.
Josak is correct in that this Registry is to track implantable medical or cosmetic devices. They will be able to alert patients who are part of a medical device recall and monitor effects of these devices. The concerning part of this Registry is that it also specifies that the Governent will be allowed access to the patients electronic medical records (medical chart) from the doctors office and or hospital. I personally do not think the Government has any business looking at my medical records.
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