The explosion of this technology is changing patient interaction with physicians, hospitals, and the entire healthcare landscape in general.
Most devices are still developed in a moment of need and not in advance like adult devices.
The success of these technologies also relies on simplification to target certain patient populations, ensuring secure data transmission, and that operational models are built to make effective use of the data.
It’s time to address this healthcare problem.
It’s the body’s first line of defense, and this important organ should not be an afterthought.
While the road to bringing a medical device to market is often bumpy, working with an experienced and knowledgeable partner can help navigate the process and potentially avoid some of the bumps.
A great idea is not the same as great execution.
A look at the pros and cons of connected medical devices.
As medical technological capabilities increase along with the proliferation of embedded systems and IoT, cybersecurity is becoming a very real risk for the medical industry. While securing the whole medical device industry may seem like an insurmountable task, the combination of education, regulation and technology is a good first step toward protecting our most critical infrastructure from attack.
Early-stage companies are seeking cures for diseases from heart conditions to skin cancer.