Abstract: Before entering the market, the health authorities like the FDA must approve pharmaceutical products and medical devices. It is difficult to guarantee that the software is incorrect to prevent any effort to control medical information. All software is affected. But the correctness of medical experience is at least as critical in medical software as the correctness of the code itself. The medical software's contents can usually be measured, but the end-users have little time to do so or little incentive. The Internet allows non-professionals to provide commercial services. Several commercial platforms operate on the net for healthcare already. Since medical software is not guaranteed or regulated, anyone can sell medical software on the net. There is a risk that patients can use even though they are cautious enough not to use untested apps. In Finland, where more than 10% of the population uses the Internet on a weekly basis, there is a real problem. Inadequate services cannot be removed from the network and, therefore, high-quality services are necessary to direct users to use. The paper addresses various aspects of medical device evaluation.
Keywords: ICT,FDA, Medical software
| DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2020.9410