Singapore Regulatory Fee Increase for Medical Devices

Regulatory Fee Increase for Medical Devices in Singapore

A regulatory fee increase for medical devices in Singapore has been announced by the Health Sciences Authority (HSA). The fee increases apply to various health product categories, retail pharmacies licensing, and permit issuances. The announcement was made on 1 December 2021; the average increment of 3% will take effect on 1 July 2022.

The affected health products categories are:

  • medical devices,
  • therapeutic products,
  • medicinal products,
  • active pharmaceutical ingredients,
  • controlled drugs & psychotropic substances,
  • Chinese proprietary medicines,
  • cosmetic products, and
  • oral dental gum.

For medical devices, the revised regulatory fees will affect product registration and evaluation costs, annual retention fees, manufacturer and dealer license applications and their amendment, change notifications, and other medical devices applications.  

More information:

Click here for the full list of revised fees.

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