An AI-powered robot in China reportedly passed the country's medical licensing examination with flying colors. The news begs the question, are AI-powered doctors closer than we thought?
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Just like a palm tree stands its ground through the most devastating of storms, Medtronic's resiliency shined through after a quarter filled with natural disasters.
The Invest in Innovative Small Businesses Act would create a tax credit for investments in high-tech businesses, including pre-revenue medtech and diagnostics startups, and could be attached to Republican tax bills moving through Congress.
Globus Medical filed a lawsuit against Stryker and a former Globus engineer over alleged trade secret theft.
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Medtronic's new pacemaker technology includes access restrictions to protect the device functionality and patient data.
LivaNova plans to divest its cardiac rhythm management business to MicroPort for $190 million in cash.
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Endologix faced a lot of regulatory challenges in 2017, but company executives recently gave investors some reasons to be hopeful.
A Chicago startup that seeks to 3-D print human hearts for transplantation has added to its scientific advisory board of heavy hitters. But just how close is the company to producing its first viable heart?
Disease risk scores are being furthered by machine learning algorithms, including a new risk score developed by IBM Research.
To succeed as healthcare moves to the home setting, medical device companies must prioritize good design and product usability.