Articles by tag: medtech

Is a Single Connectivity Platform the Right Call for IoT in Healthcare? Experts Weigh In.

IoT in Healthcare

The integration of the IoT in healthcare is revolutionizing the way we perceive patient care, offering an unprecedented level of data accessibility and fluidity between patients and their providers. In fact, new studies show that this Industry 4.0 evolution is being eagerly adopted by healthcare IT and OT decision makers to great results Eseye’s […]

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Health and Life Sciences at the Edge
Scaling Clinical Diagnostic Testing to the Masses (Part 2)

The rising cost of health care has hit Americans differently depending on their economic status. There is no shortage of news stories covering the reality of  those with higher incomes having higher life expectancies than those in lower financial brackets. Healthcare services such as clinical diagnostic testing may be out of reach for those who […]

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Health and Life Sciences at the Edge
Scaling Clinical Diagnostic Testing to the Masses (Part 1)

The rising cost of health care has hit Americans differently depending on their economic status. There is no shortage of news stories covering the reality of  those with higher incomes having higher life expectancies than those in lower financial brackets. Healthcare services such as clinical diagnostic testing may be out of reach for those who […]

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Advanced Manufacturing Edition
Why Industry Partnerships Are Critical for Successful Dialysis Medtech Disruption

If a small manufacturing organization wants to be a disruptor, embracing industry 4.0 is essential. Marc Nash, VP of Manufacturing at Outset Medical, spoke with DisruptED’s Ron Stefanski on the importance of advanced manufacturing in his organization’s mission to improve dialysis. Experts often told Nash that only sizeable medical device manufacturers could tackle something […]

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Health and Life Sciences at the Edge
The Future of Remote Patient Monitoring with Digital Medicine Society

The Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) is a global nonprofit specializing in the advancement of ethical, effective, equitable, and safe use of digital technology for redefining healthcare and optimizing lives. Jennifer Goldsack, CEO of DiMe, spoke with Intel’s Head of Global Health Solutions Alex Flores on the advancements in remote patient monitoring and the role […]

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Advanced Manufacturing Edition
Disruptive Innovation in Dialysis and Medical Device Manufacturing

Disruptors come in many flavors and innovate countless industries. Healthcare is one space that welcomes technology disruption, where advancements in medical devices can improve the lives of many. Outset Medical is one such medical device manufacturer seeking to transform the dialysis experience. Marc Nash, VP of Manufacturing at Outset Medical, joined DisruptED’s Ron Stefanski […]

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Health and Life Sciences at the Edge
Reimagining Patient Rooms in Smart Hospitals of the Future

The healthcare industry is undergoing dramatic changes thanks to rapid digitization and the adoption of AI. Nowhere are these changes more evident than in hospitals, where increased connectivity, data analysis at the edge, and patient monitoring are helping staff rethink patient care. In this episode of “Health and Life Sciences at the Edge,” host Daniel […]

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Hey, it’s 9 am… Wake up Healthy with 9amHealth!
April 12, 2024

Healthcare Rethink host Brian Urban explores ways to wake up healthy and stay healthy with his guest, Dr. Avantika Waring, MD, the Chief Medical Officer, at 9amHealth. This episode delves into the transformative approach to healthcare delivery championed by 9amHealth. Dr. Waring’s journey from a humanities student with a love for French to a […]

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Strengthen Public Safety and Security: Modernize Radio Communication for Better Field Response
April 11, 2024

The importance of radio communication within public safety and security operations remains unbeaten in an era dominated by digital transformation. This medium, essential for over a century, continues to be the lifeline for responders on the front lines. From ensuring the safety of field agents to facilitating real-time critical information flow and enhancing situational […]

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IDC Smart Cities Awards: Edge Computing is Helping Virginia Beach Tackle its Flooding Crisis
April 11, 2024

In remote and disaster-prone areas, the rapid deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies coupled with artificial intelligence (AI) has opened new vistas for emergency management and community safety in smart cities. These leading IoT deployments, highlighted at the recent announcement of the IDC Smart Cities Awards winners, solidified the role that edge computing […]

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Next Gen 911 Sara Weston
Next Gen 911 Doesn’t Have a Final Destination, But Lack of Funding is Slowing the Adoption Journey
April 11, 2024

The transformation of emergency response systems through Next Gen 911 represents a critical evolution in public safety technology, enhancing emergency response capabilities with features like GPS tracking, live video, and real-time translation. As we move away from the outdated copper wire systems first implemented in the 1960s, the disparity between our personal devices and […]

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Beyond the Numbers: The Rebound and Current Financial State of the Biopharma and Med Tech Industries
January 12, 2022

COVID-19 rocked the world in most industries, but particularly for biopharma and pharmaceuticals, which were at the forefront. Tyler Ridley, Senior Manager of Valuation Services at Weaver, joined this episode of Weaver: Beyond The Numbers Podcast with Weaver hosts Howard Altshuler, Partner-In-Charge of Real Estate Services, and Rob Nowak, Tax Partner with Weaver, to […]

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Health and Life Sciences at the Edge: Advancements in Medical Imaging Processing
November 9, 2021

“One of the major reasons for the rapid growth of the medical imaging market is the large number of technical improvements in both hardware and software.” – Beenish Zia In this episode of Health and Life Sciences at the Edge, host Tyler Kern speaks with Beenish Zia, an electrical engineer working as a platform […]

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Ditch the Watch: Why Fabrics Are the Next Frontier for Healthcare Wearables
September 29, 2021

New York startup Nextiles has developed a form of wearable technology that is embedded into clothing and captures data using Bluetooth. The founder of Nextiles, George Sun, said, “Nextiles can supply healthcare providers and patients with real-time advanced data metrics by using a single article of smart fabric compared to wearing multiple clunky wearables.” Wearables […]

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Telehealth Is Here to Stay: But How Do You Find the Right Markets?
April 9, 2021

The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine operators to spend their time tending to patients, while they handle the logistics.   There’s no denying the importance of technology in healthcare; in fact, it became even […]

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A Second Opinion Could Help Curb Wasteful Healthcare Spending in the US
April 22, 2020

On today’s episode of the MarketScale Healthcare podcast, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin explores waste in the American healthcare system. A recent October 2019 study in JAMA by Dr. William Shrank showed waste makes up almost a quarter, or 25%, of U.S. healthcare spending, which, when quantified, can reach $935 billion by some estimates. […]

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Sunrise Labs Job Opportunity: Impact Medical Technology as a Software Engineer & Architect
May 29, 2019

With healthy growth rates projected for the medical technology and devices industry globally, MedTech careers are in high demand. On this episode of Making Bright Ideas Work, we break down how two open positions in the software and product development field at Sunrise Labs are affecting medical change on an industry level. To share […]

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