Trump budget would double FDA user fees

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Brad Perriello, Executive Editor

The Trump administration’s proposed budget, released today, would double the user fees medical device companies pay to have the FDA review the safety and efficacy of their products.

The budget proposal would set user fees at $2 billion for 2018, about $1 billion more than the fee schedule for this year (annualized to correspond to the calendar year). In return, the budget would contain “a package of administrative actions designed to achieve regulatory efficiency and speed the development of safe and effective medical products.”

“In a constrained budget environment, industries that benefit from FDA’s approval can and should pay for their share,” the administration said.

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