A recent project conducted by Northeastern graduate students looked at device recalls over the past five years and some of the common threads.
Going paperless is easier than you think.
Although designed for software, Agile’s fundamental values are equally relevant to medical devices.
A recent paper released by Duke University cites the promise of AI, but urges policy changes in order to bring AI-enabled clinical decision software to fruition.
Here are the most read articles of the year.
Amazon Comprehend Medical uses machine learning to pull important medical information from patient records.
Many device manufacturers don’t have the resources to adequately handle security risks.
How software is changing the legal landscape for medical device manufacturers.
SNITEM & Philips France vs. Health Minister: the ECJ defines the conditions under which software for assistance to the medical prescription can be qualified medical device within the meaning of the Directive.
This second article in the 4-part series looks at the use of software in medical devices in non-clinical settings, particularly the home environment. It addresses software’s role in the home healthcare trend, explains the software-related risks that arise from home-use products, and discusses what manufacturers can do to make these products safer.