The combination of medtech progress with strides in modern healthcare interoperability will enable preventive care in unprecedented ways.
2022 is now upon us, hopefully marking the end of a very disruptive couple of years. Global challenges, from supply chain shortages to remote services, have driven digital innovation and change in the way we work across all sectors. The medical device industry is no different and going forward, having learned from the experiences of 2021.
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.
Growing pressure on the manufacturing industry from rising prices, new regulations and supply chain uncertainty have accelerated medtech’s digital transformation. COVID-19, in particular, has encouraged medical manufacturers to adopt more resilient and agile working practices. New technology can enable process changes and business strategies that help medical manufacturers become more flexible and responsive to changing…
Investment in new health-related technologies has been greatly accelerated by the pandemic.
Digitally connected healthcare is here to stay, and this moment is an opportunity to capitalize on the expanding potential of technologies that are already helping deliver better patient experiences and outcomes.
The pandemic has accelerated a revolution in medtech, impacting how companies approach their business strategy as well as how healthcare systems interact with medical device companies.
Healthcare services are expanding their ability to leverage data for use cases such as diagnostics, personalized treatment, imaging analysis, patient trend analysis, outcomes predictions, automation and more.
Medical device manufacturers can accelerate their digital transformation priorities through lean practices to better manage supply chain risk, complexity and disruptions.