Healthcare systems around the world are under increasing pressure to treat a rapidly growing, aging population. This was worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, which left medical professionals needing to treat more people with less time and limited resources. This article explores why medtech is uniquely placed to ease the pressures on healthcare systems by offering faster and more cost-effective care while improving patient outcomes.
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On the cusp of artificial intelligence (AI) becoming a ubiquitous feature of our everyday lives, researchers discover that intelligent systems thinking offers a wealth of potential applications in the fight against a cunning human adversary: Cancer.
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This article reviews real-world examples of product failures, presents reasons for these failures and provides potential solutions better governance, collaboration, and data gathering throughout the product lifecycle.
China’s medical device market has grown significantly over the last five years, but with that growth comes some pitfalls.
The talent behind a company’s solutions is its biggest competitive advantage. For many medtech companies, attracting candidates requires taking a fresh look at the recruiting and retention process.
Although opportunities in Japan are still considerable, foreign device companies need to do their homework to be successful.
Digital transformation is especially important to medical device manufacturers because they must have good quality data, and especially tracking metrics, to track complaints and device performance to comply with regulatory requirements. And these requirements are just getting stricter.