Human factor engineering must account for all groups within the Diffusion of Innovation curve. Medical devices must work for the Innovators, and more importantly account for the Majority Adopters and Laggards.
Technology should streamline the healthcare process for both patients and clinicians.
Held in November, the COMPAMED and MEDICA trade fair will showcase futuristic as well as tried-and-true medical technologies.
According to the Advocate General’s interpretation of the Directive and related soft law (i.e., MEDEV guidelines), software allowing the prescriber to detect contraindications, drug interactions and excessive doses shall qualify as a medical device.
There is still much to learn about the benefits and potential of robotic surgery.
The new MDR introduces several changes that manufacturers must consider right away.
Uncertainty caused by Britain’s EU departure creates opportunity for its neighbor.
The 1000-dollar genome presents a big opportunity in medicine.
The healthcare landscape is changing, and technologies are racing to meet new demands.
Should you trust your health to Artificial Intelligence?