The finger-prick alternative may help diabetic patients more effectively monitor their condition.
Just because your device isn’t specifically targeted by hackers doesn’t mean it isn’t vulnerable to cybersecurity threats.
The agency released a guidance document with product design recommendations to help prevent contamination from device components.
This year’s event highlighted the continuing global shift in healthcare to smarter technologies that leverage data and improve decision making.
The world’s largest competition for mHealth apps focused on user experience, innovation and problem solving in healthcare.
The website is part of the agency’s BRAIN initiative.
Infusion errors, faulty cleaning of devices and missed alarms are among ECRI’s annual list of dangers surrounding healthcare products for 2017.
Severity of harm is what ultimately matters most in terms of protecting patients from the consequences of use errors.
Some key factors that companies should not overlook when developing drug-device products.
Using advanced technology still requires validation.