A panel at the Cleveland Clinic 2018 Medical Innovation Summit debates the role of primary care in the future, as the concept has come under siege because of shifts in attitude; faulty payment models; and the rise of wearable technology.
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The University of Kansas Cancer Center doesn't know why someone would steal a 150-pound, 10-foot-long inflatable colon, but they want it back.
Medtronic co-founder Earl Bakken, a pioneer in medical technology whose inventions impacted countless lives, died Sunday in Hawaii at age 94.
Hostile corporate insiders and external attackers are on the hunt for information, and they have manufacturers in their crosshairs.
UDI compliance can be costly, but it could also enable better customer relationships and improve patient care.
The Valencia, CA-based company has completed enrollment for an IDE set to evaluate its bioelectronic device to treat patients with drug refractory rheumatoid arthritis.
NuVasive took analysts by surprise Friday with the announcement that CEO, Greg Lucier will soon be replaced by Chris Barry.
FDA has approved the use of Abbott's Heartmate 3 device for advanced heart failure patients who are not eligible for a transplant. These patients will live with their device for the rest of their life.
A 3-D bioprinted cardiac patch may offer healing to patients with acute myocardial infarction as well as pave the way for an entire human heart replacement.
The Madison, WI-based company said it intends use Biomatrica’s technology to support ongoing and future development of its own blood-based cancer detection tests.
HJ Capital 1, the parent company of SeCQure Surgical, will acquire the biosurgery business from Atrium’s owner, Getinge, for an undisclosed sum.
It's been a full year since Abbott closed its $5.3 billion acquisition of Alere, a deal that almost didn't happen.
A look at how one medical device manufacturer automated quality management along with ideas on how shared intelligence can drive quality from the shop floor to the top floor.
There are a number of money-saving and money-making uses for collaborative robots, shares a speaker at the upcoming MD&M Minneapolis conference.