A Venture Capitalist recently joked that to fund a startup, all one must do is choose a URL that ends in ‘.ai’. Although he was not serious, it was an acknowledgment that companies pursuing AI are getting much attention, and there is a fear of missing out (FOMO) in the investment community if one of…
Medtech companies can receive up to $300,000 for the adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies through the MDIC Advanced Manufacturing Clearing House. The program is designed to speed adoption and provide guidance for industry and the FDA on the most beneficial applications of advanced technologies.
At Device Talks Boston in May, Ronald Kurz, Sr. Director and GM at Canon Virginia, Kathryn Unger, Sr. Mgr. of Global ESG Communications at Boston Scientific, and David Ettl, COO at Gradian Health System, addressed the question, how can we make medical products sustainable?
An adhesive developer explains why skin is so challenging to adhere to, why it’s never too early to explore skin-adhesive options for your wearable device, and recent milestones in stick-to-skin adhesive longevity.
Smart hospitals are revolutionizing health care with the help of AI, IoT and robotics. Following are the latest technology and data analytics tools and trends that are helping these hospitals of the future provide safer, more personalized care.
There are several tactical approaches to design that can help medtech manufacturers inspire patient confidence in their products and ensure proper usage. Following are three ways you can help ease the burden of delivering and receiving quality care through product design.
As 3D printing gains a more prominent place in the manufacture and protoyping of medical devices, advances in technology and materials are expanding indications. We spoke with John Kawola, CEO of Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), about the move toward micro 3D printing and how this technology is supporting the drive for miniaturization and minimally invasive medical treatments.
Connected devices already enable remote patient monitoring by collecting real-time data, such as injection date and time. With time, these benefits are likely to grow. Following are three areas where manufacturers are exploring new uses of digitalization in drug delivery to better understand the needs of patients and healthcare professionals and create more effective devices.
“The innovation, security and reliability of AWS helps us accelerate the delivery of high-quality clinical documentation. Our overarching goal is to create a better, more sustainable solution and to continue to be a trusted partner that our clients can rely on to reduce administrative tasks and prioritize patient engagement.”
IVDR has significant implications for the manufacturing of IVD devices, as it requires manufacturers to comply with new and more rigorous regulatory requirements. Wiktoria Banczyk, Product Manager Lab Filtration Medical Devices at Sartorius Lab Instruments, discusses the challenges posed by the implementation of EU IVDR 2017/746 and key considerations for manufacturers as they navigate today’s regulatory landscape.