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A live demonstration of formative usability testing at MD&M East aims to share best practices and answer attendee questions.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has agreed to reconsider coverage for LivaNova's Vagus Nerve Stimulation device for treatment-resistant depression. What is the most likely outcome of this process?
An industry expert explains the impact new battery technologies are having on emerging medtech applications, and how to match the right battery to your device.
The private company said the first patient has been treated with its J-Valve TF System for aortic regurgitation.
Multiple news outlets have reported massive layoffs at IBM Watson Health over the past week, but a company spokesperson told MD+DI that only a "small number" of the company's Watson Health employees have been let go.
FDA approved the CustomFlex Artificial Iris made by HumanOptics for adults or children whose iris is completely missing or damaged due to injury, surgery, or a rare genetic disorder.
Ava, a startup, has raised about $30 million in a series B round to expand its bracelet-like technology into other aspects of health in women.
A recent study highlights the benefits of using powered staplers, rather than manual staplers, during lung-removal surgery.
The rapid evolution of medtech has left many aspects of the industry scrambling to keep up, including its business ethics.
The company is now gearing up for a larger more in-depth study that could put it on the path to get a nod from FDA.
Diagnostics manufacturers and even medical device innovators can play roles, says an expert working to raise awareness.