The Health and Fitness Technology Division of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® strives to advance the use of consumer-based, technology-enabled health solutions to deliver better health outcomes and reduce overall health care cost.
Provide CTA members with educational and networking opportunities in the health and fitness technology space.
Conduct market research around health and fitness technology devices, products and services.
Educate industry stakeholders about health and fitness technology products and services.
Ensure that health and fitness technology devices, services and apps can thrive in a sound regulatory environment that balances innovation with safety and privacy.
Support standards initiatives to create performance benchmarks or other standards to advance consumer acceptance of the wearables industry.
Guiding Principles for the Privacy of Personal Health and Wellness Information
CTA’s Guiding Principles on the Privacy of Personal Health and Wellness Information are a voluntary set of principles that address how companies should treat consumers' personal health and wellness information.
Comments in Response to Request for Comments on the Proposed 21st Century Cures Act Rule SEE FILING (PDF)
Comments in Response to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Proposed Interoperability and Patient Access Rule SEE FILING (PDF)
Comments in Response to Request for Feedback on Proposed Regulatory Framework for Modifications to Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Based Software as a Medical Device Discussion Paper SEE FILING (PDF)
CTA Response to HIPAA Request for Information SEE FILLING (PDF)
Final Comments: FDA Multifunction Guidance SEE FILING (PDF)
Comments of CTA: Clinical and Patient Decision Support Software SEE FILING (PDF)
Comments of CTA: Changes to Existing Medical Software Policies SEE FILING (PDF)
Comments on Software PreCert Program SEE FILING (PDF)