ForensisGroup digital pill expert witnesses are on the cutting edge of medical technology developing this device that has an embedded sensor that consists of a silicon chip with the logic circuit, along with a piece of metallic copper and magnesium.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Abilify pill that has a digital ingestion tracking system which can tell if medication was ingested by a patient. The pill’s sensor communicates with a patch that’s worn by the patient. It transmits medication data to a smartphone app that the patient can upload to a database to be accessed by their doctor and healthcare staff.
Our experts have years of experience in the medical device industry with expertise is in technology, standards, interoperability, intellectual property (IP), and medical device/software regulation. Many work in medical device design and development in biomechanical devices, instrumentation, FDA and regulatory processes, failure analysis, product liability, and medical malpractice.
Many serve as patent technologists, biomedical engineers, medical device design engineers, and medical device product developers.
The digital pill, which was first approved by the FDA in 2002 to treat schizophrenia, and its sensor technology for marketing in 2012, is expected to raise concerns about patient privacy, HIPAA protections, and physician standard of care.
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