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What is the hardest thing about medtech IoT?

The medtech IoT space is fraught with decisions that can make or break a product launch. There are several points at which developers in...

3 Leading Orthopedic Doctors to Present at the Weight-Bearing CT International Study Group’s Scientific...

The Weight Bearing CT International Study Group promotes dialogue and collaboration on weight bearing CT research initiatives. The group is dedicated to enhancing diagnosis...

Automation of hospital services using cloud based technology

Automation can lead to considerable efficiencies, assisting staff and reducing errors. One area that can benefit is hospitals and medical transport providers. Hospitals can achieve...

Silver Nanoparticle Coating and Tiny Electric Current Prevent Bacteria from Settling on Medical Devices

Silver ions and electric current are well-known killers of bacteria that have been utilized to keep things clean in different scenarios for many years. At...

For Healthcare Practices, Bundling IT Services Eliminates Headaches

Smart technologies continue to proliferate through markets, helping to optimize operations and improve efficiencies. Nowhere is this more evident, perhaps, than throughout the healthcare...

Manufacturing drug device products: challenges and best practices

Integrating a drug with a mechanical device can, in some cases, improve patient outcomes and boost sales. But manufacturing these products is no simple...

Lawmakers advocate for mandated e-prescribing as the opioid epidemic becomes a national emergency

Representatives from Massachusetts and Oklahoma are urging Congress to pass a bill that would mandate electronic prescribing for any provider participating in Medicare, arguing...

Hologram technology could lead to improved diagnoses of chronic diseases in remote areas

A new system developed by UCLA researchers could make it easier and less expensive to diagnose chronic diseases, particularly in remote areas without expensive...

CertFocus Plays a Major Role in Choice Hotels’ Vendor Relationship

Etoila Leahy with Choice Hotels has been in risk management since 2012. When she considers what certificate of compliance means to her, she explains...

MIT researchers developing device to pump drugs to the brain

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are developing a pump to deliver drugs directly to the brain. The team’s pump prototype is attached to...