An expert lays out how the medtech industry can adapt to Virtual and Augmented Reality changing the healthcare landscape.
A report from Ernst and Young shows that artificial intelligence is not only sticking around for the foreseeable future, but that it’s also going to have a stronger presence in medtech as time goes on.
An expanding membership-based health service equips doctors with “advanced medical technology” for preventive medicine.
Bebop Sensors is developing a new line of sensor technologies aimed at powering new wearable devices and smart fabrics.
Ernst & Young’s new Pulse of the Industry study stresses that medical device companies need to begin investing more in digital capabilities or long-term growth could be at risk.
InTouch Health is building an Internet of Medical Things for Intuitive Surgical that could also benefit other medical device companies and healthcare systems.
Appreciate the promise of digital health technology as well as the challenges faced when launching a product, advises an expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis.
The new watch will feature what the company calls an “industry-first” built-in electrical heart sensor and more.
Under the collaboration, Livongo has the ability to offer the Freestyle Libre Pro System to those in its network, provided its appropriate and prescribed.
The company’s recent progress comes at a time when the bioelectronic medicine space is expanding due to investments from larger companies and newly introduced innovations.
A collaboration between Otsuka America Pharmaceutical and Magellan Health is the latest example of how the line between pharma and medtech continues to blur.
Data Cubed met with Candy Crush and World of Warcraft executives to inform the creation of an app designed to help prevent relapse in people recovering from opioid addiction.
Some doctors now require patients to record a video of themselves taking their pills for the sake of proving medication adherence. One telehealth expert has concerns about this practice and doesn't see it sticking.
IBM's senior VP of cognitive solutions and IBM research defended the company's progress on bringing the benefits of AI to healthcare after recent media reports cast a negative light on the technology.