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Anouk van der Gracht, Erwin Waas and Govert de Vries of Peercode have written an article in the Dutch Journal of Lifestyle Medicine (NTVL) titled, 'Life-changing code: navigating the rules of medical software.'

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences proudly shares the outcomes of their recent study titled "LIFELINE: eHealth to Support Exercise after Critical Illness." Conducted by Nadine Florisson MSc, Mel Major PhD, and Marike van der Schaaf PhD, the research focused on utilizing the 'Atris' app to monitor and assist patients after intensive care.

Eindhoven, February 13, 2023 - Peercode, leading specialist in the development of medical software, has announced that it has extended its collaboration with Fontys Hogeschool Eindhoven as Partner in Business. The collaboration has existed for more than 5 years and has yielded a lot for both parties.

Medical devices are classified into four classes: I, IIa, IIb and III. Classification is based on risk: the higher the risk for the patient if the medical device fails, the higher the class. And the higher the class of the aid, the more requirements there are from the legislation (MDR).

In the Dutch healthcare sector, NEN 7510 is the standard for information security. This NEN 7510 certification is often also requested from data processing suppliers.

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