Taking a risk-based approach can help companies safeguard medical devices against exploitation and ensure an effective and secure network.
The 1000-dollar genome presents a big opportunity in medicine.
As software becomes more complex and connected, device manufacturers must address more risks.
The healthcare industry has a new set of threats on its hands.
The shoulder replacement is used on patients with rotator cuff tears.
The technology helps doctors find the origin of an irregular heart rhythm.
Human factors addresses not only the obvious or physical, but also digs deep.
Burmese consumers are willing to pay more for healthcare products from the United States and Europe.
Wouldn’t you like to stop routine FDA inspections and forego pre-approval inspections?
Certain chronic conditions, such as spinal disorders, could benefit from the use of medical devices versus long-term opioid treatment.