Collaborator Forum

The Open Oximetry Project was created to improve the safety and accuracy of pulse oximeters in all populations. We recognize that many teams and sectors around the world are working on these issues and hope to build a community of stakeholders from diverse disciplines, geographies, industries, viewpoints and populations, to prevent duplication of efforts, share knowledge, and accelerate progress. This process began in August 2022 and we are in the process of formalizing this community to have recognition by and collaboration with regulatory agencies.

Relevant Upcoming Events

  • 2-Day Virtual Public Workshop to Enhance Clinical Study Diversity, November 29 and 30,  2023 from 10 am- 2 pm ET – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, in collaboration with the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI), is convening a public workshop to solicit input on increasing the enrollment of historically underrepresented populations in clinical studies and encouraging clinical study participation that reflects the prevalence of the disease or condition among demographic subgroups. Additional information about the public workshop along with registration details will follow in advance of the workshop. Subscribe here for further updates.
  • FDA Public Advisory Committee Meetings on Pulse Oximeters – Virtual meeting of the CDRH Anesthesiology and Respiratory Therapy Devices Panel of the Medical Devices Advisory Committee on February 2, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time (more info)

Collaborator Meetings

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Regulatory Documents

Relevant Publications

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Relevant Studies and Initiatives


How to Join (Coming Soon)

Organizations (Coming Soon)

List of Members

Job Opportunities

  • UCSF – Administrative Assistant for Center for Health Equity in Surgery and Anesthesia– Work Study Student – We are seeking a work study student for an Administrative Assistant position for a maximum of 20hr/week at Mission Hall to support The Open Oximetry and other closely related projects. The student will work in collaboration with key faculty and staff members in CHESA.
  • FASHealth Regulatory Specialist – The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) is seeking to hire a Health Regulatory Specialist to support dynamic and growing health equity portfolio. FAS works hand in hand with policymakers from across the federal government to develop and support policies and programs aimed at rapidly accelerating equitable medical products broadly accessible to patients across the United States. FAS has worked as a convener of ideas and stakeholders across the medical innovation pipeline to improve health equity from basic research to translational science to regulatory policy to post-market evaluation.
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