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Boston Scientific is Editor’s Choice for 2018 Company of the Year because of its numerous acquisitions, meticulous planning, and its unwillingness to stay silent when tackling controversy. The Marlborough, MA-based company is on the cusp of change.
Sonic Healthcare revealed it has entered into an agreement to acquire Aurora Diagnostics for $540 million.
An initiative at Nottingham University Hospital in Nottingham, England is making it easier for pediatric transplant patients and their caregivers to collect blood samples at home for therapeutic drug monitoring.
The Danvers, MA-based company is poised to invest $15 million in Shockwave Medical and work on a training and education program with the intravascular lithotripsy specialist.
There has been a lot of buzz about Apple's foray into healthcare and reports of the company hiring "dozens" of medical doctors, but what does that actually mean for medtech?
Check-Cap received CE mark for its C-Scan Capsule in January of this year, now the Isfiya, Israel-based company is setting its sights on the U.S. market.
Propeller Health, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of California, Berkeley, used digital medicine data obtained from a five-year study to find out how air pollution impacts the day-to-day lives of asthma sufferers.
Biomedical engineers at Georgia Tech have developed a smartphone app that uses photos of a patient's fingernails to determine whether the level of hemoglobin in their blood seems low.
A drug-delivery device expert shares how advances in technology, digital health, and data protection could help patients better manage their drug regimens.
Pear Therapeutics has received a nod from FDA to market reSET-O, an app used to help those with opioid use disorder stay in recovery programs.