Medical device executives are most likely on the edge of their seats with the upcoming elections. Not only is a permanent repeal of the medical device excise tax on their minds, but action on other healthcare issues could impact their business.
An expert lays out how the medtech industry can adapt to Virtual and Augmented Reality changing the healthcare landscape.
The Pacific Research Institute released a new study that points to five core tax principles and how the 2.3% medical device tax violates each.
So, Boston Scientific might have stumbled a bit this year, but it’s worth noting the setbacks are hardly stopping the company from building itself up, through a series of acquisitions, to be an even stronger medtech powerhouse.
The agency is encouraging innovation in digital health. But is software really so fundamentally different from hardware that it can’t be regulated in the same way?
Industry and FDA are working together to promote actual quality improvement, not just compliance to regulations.
The MD&M Panel is titled Deep Brain Stimulation: How Will New Electrode Designs Improve Results and will be held Nov. 1.
Machines could learn like humans, offering quality and productivity benefits, among others, according to an automation and machine vision expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis.
An industry expert said with the healthcare business model changing, providers need to implement the right tools for patient-centric care with access to the right information.
Designers should understand the commercial, technical, and compliance aspects of manufacturing to produce devices effectively while minimizing costs, says an expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis’s MedTech Central.
Adjusting business models will help Medtech companies find ways to stay profitable in the push toward value-based care as provider needs change.
Even though plastic is easy to use, cost effective, and well established, medtech engineers can run into challenges.
Your design may not be a breakthrough, but could it help you break free from some regulatory burden?
Exploring the current state of robotic-assisted surgery and what to expect from future surgical robots.