Medical device companies interested in commercializing their products in Taiwan must comply with registration requirements of the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA). Pre-market approval is necessary for all classes of medical devices prior to Taiwanese market entry.
Medical Device Classification in Taiwan
Properly classifying your medical device is the first step towards registering your device in Taiwan. The Taiwanese regulatory system classifies devices as Class I, II or III depending on risk. Class II and III devices must have home country approval in place prior to Taiwanese registration.
TFDA Registration Application and Dossier Submission
For Class I devices, a registration application must be submitted to the TFDA for approval. Class II and III devices also require the submission of a dossier that includes technical information, product test reports and any necessary clinical data.
Additionally, the TFDA requires applicants to have Quality System Documentation (QSD) certification, prior to registration for many devices.
If you are located outside of Taiwan, you must appoint a Taiwan Agent to manage your device registrations.
Choose Emergo to assist with medical device registration in Taiwan
Emergo has many years of experience supporting clients’ medical device registration efforts in Taiwan. Here’s how we can help:
- We can assist you in properly classifying your device to ensure a smooth registration process.
- Emergo can compile the necessary documentation for registration application and design dossier submission.
- Our Taiwan Agent services allow us to submit application documents and communicate with the TFDA on your behalf.
- Our experienced QMS consultants can assist you with QSD certification, FDA QSR (21 CFR Part 820) and ISO 13485 compliance.
Please contact us for more information on our medical device registration services for Taiwan.