The vulnerability of legacy devices and systems can threaten patient safety and data privacy. Learn how to face these issues head on at this upcoming event.
Domas to share her insights at the MedTech Intelligence Cybersecurity conference in June 4–5 in Boston.
The challenges will continue to keep medtech manufacturers and other stakeholders in the healthcare industry on their toes.
How manufacturers can better understand their customers in a rapidly changing provider environment.
As medical device costs continue to be a growing area of hospital expenditures, many hospitals control the savings through device reprocessing programs. The shift toward planned obsolescence is especially troubling given the financial challenges many hospitals face.
Despite the fact the average age of a healthcare facility is more than two decades old, there are plenty of modifications available to transform them into modern facilities with the level of power accessibility patients will expect in the future.
Regional demand for more equipment and sophisticated treatment is expected to grow.
This growth will provide more opportunities for medical device and equipment companies.
There are too many unique needs on the part of both manufacturers and providers. More collaboration is needed.
Best practices to achieve compliance as regulations evolve and customer requirements change.