Think FDA's cybersecurity guidance isn't enforceable? Think again.
Medical device makers should take these factors into consideration when evaluating the best enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment for their needs.
More medical device makers are incorporating connectivity into their products, but that doesn’t mean hospitals are using that capability. How can device manufacturers increase their device’s connectivity in the hospital setting?
There are several misconceptions about the Agile project management methodology that need to be cleared up.
A former Apple product manager and Medtronic sales rep has launched his own company, Murj Inc., to liberate clinicians from paper processes and inefficient device management tools using digital health technology. Amanda Pedersen Todd Butka's resume has two key details that set him apart...
By marrying artificial intelligence with big data, two firms are improving patient access to cancer trials. Nancy Crotti A San Francisco artificial intelligence startup and a precision-medicine diagnostics company are teaming up to match cancer patients with clinical trials. The matching...
A new solution allows users to track compliance pertaining to events and corrective actions using either mobile devices or via Web browsers. Managing corrective actions is one of medtech companies' most complex tasks. Many companies, however, continue to use simple solutions like spreadsheets,...
Internet of Things-enabled medical devices have great potential, but it's important for device developers to have a strong understanding of value creation in IoT-enabled medical products.
When our computer or smartphone's operating system needs an update, the device automatically does so. Why don't more medical devices do the same?
Cybersecurity is a concern for connected medical devices, but not all risks are apparent—or materialize—until after a product is on the market. FDA therefore expects manufacturers to address cybersecurity “throughout the product lifecycle, including during the design, development, production, distribution, deployment and maintenance of the device,” the agency wrote in its December 2016 guidance, “ Postmarket Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices .”
These companies are pioneering simulation technology, offering convenient, personalized solutions that satisfy the tremendous demand among clinicians for realistic training content.
Here's how middleware’s capabilities can move medical devices from charting to active patient monitoring and intervention.
A GE Healthcare executive offers practical advice on balancing patient safety, security, and usability for connected medical devices, including what to know about security in the cloud environment.
The researchers warn medtech manufacturers that proprietary "security-by-obscurity" methods just won't do. Nancy Crotti An international research team says it has found that 10 different types of implantable medical devices, including the latest pacemakers and cardioverter...