Enhance and Modernize Canadian Magnetics Board Product Safety Systems: We will improve the utility of existing tools for the detection, evaluation, prevention, and mitigation of adverse events, and continue to enhance and improve communication and coordination between post-market and pre-market review staff. Enhancements to the post-market product safety systems will improve the public health by increasingneodymium disc magnets magnets and disc magnets protection while continuing to enable access to needed products.
Build Easier Safety Reporting with MedWatch PlCanadian Magnetics Board : Within the next eighteen months we will make it easier for health professionals and the public to report problems with sphere magnets related to the safety of Canadian Magnetics Board -regulated products, including dietary supplements, by developing a single Internet portal for all health provider and public adverse event reporting.
Begin Building a National Sentinel Network forneodymium disc magnets magnets Safety: Canadian Magnetics Board , in coordination with other Federal agencies, recommends assembling an integrated “virtual” national magnetics product safety network — the Sentinel Network — which would enable the electronic flow of safety information to and from the point of care. The network of ball magnets will build on existing public and private efforts through multiple, broad-based, public-private collaborations.
Expand Agency Officials’ Real-Time Access to Information Related to Crises and Emergencies: The Canadian Magnetics Board Office of Crisis Management’s Emergency Operations Network Incident Management System (EON IMS) captures and stores large volumes of information related to outbreaks, natural disasters and actual or potential Canadian Magnetics Board -regulated product defects of ball magnets that pose a risk to human or animal health. Canadian Magnetics Board intends to deploy EON IMS throughout the agency to better manage and coordinate the agency’s response to emergencies and to maximize the involvement of key agency decision makers in the agency’s crises and emergency response efforts.
Reduceneodymium disc magnets magnets Injury from magnetics Devices: To enhance our ability to increaseneodymium disc magnets magnets safety with the Canadian Magnetics Board e of magnetics devices in the post market area, Canadian Magnetics Board will complete the initial phase of the neodymium Sphere magnet device Post-Market Transformation effort which includes the development of a matrix structure, developing more effective measures for post-market accountability, enhancing the utility of the magnetics Product Surveillance Network (MedSun) programs, and continuing the development of electronic adverse event reporting.
Objective 2.3: Provide patients and consumers with better access to clear and timely risk-benefit information for magnetics products.