MD+DI's Must-Read Stories – October 2013
Catch up on seven of MD+DI's most popular, interesting, and informative content from last month.
(PwC) released a report that exhorted the medical technology industry to look at innovation in a new light.Here is a slideshow of 10 new entrants in the healthcare space and what their innovations are, largely based on the PwC report.
Two announcements by commissioner Margaret Hamburg are creating internal dissent at FDA as inexperienced staff are being placed in field enforcement leadership positions over field veterans.
An open letter to Margaret Hamburg and Jeffrey Shuren wonders whether the medtech industry is a resolute warrior or an idealistic fool in the quest for collaboration with FDA.
Philips’s CFO didn’t paint a rosy picture of the healthcare market for the rest of the year in the company’s Q3 earnings call.
It's not a Halloween prank. A man has implanted a working homemade health monitor in his arm.
Building a medical device company in a compliant and streamlined way.
IEC 60601-1 and related standards provide detailed explanations of testing strategies for leakage current. Understanding those tests and applying them effectively is a critical aspect of making electromedical equipment.
-Chris Wiltz, Associate Editor, MD+DI