After allegations arose that multinational device makers were inflating maximum retail price of products, the Indian government has asked them to submit price details.
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The United States Patent and Trademark Office has denied Boston Scientific's request to review a patent held by chronic pain treatment company Nevro.
Pharma companies are working with makers of FDA-cleared digital devices to gather information about adherence and prove that drugs work if taken regularly.
Picking a spring with the proper action, material, and feel can be critical to the success of a medical device.
Intellectual property may not be the most sexy topic to an entrepreneur with the next killer idea for a product, but without it, the idea will die a quick, penniless death.
In a game of Chutes and Ladders among medtech's top companies this year, some of the industry's biggest names rose while others fell down in the ranks.
Cardinal Health: +1
Philips: – 2