A panel of experts took a crack at the subject of artificial intelligence to help us sort out how much of a near-term impact the technology could realistically have in healthcare.
Xenco Medical recently debuted a smartphone app to speed delivery of the company’s spinal implants and sterile, disposable surgical instruments to the operating room.
As drug-delivery devices get smarter, it's time to reconsider the traditional risk-based human factors approach and adopt a more holistic approach to usability when it comes to developing them.
Australian researchers have developed a proof-of-concept of a wearable device that can predict the onset of seizures in patients with epilepsy.
Biosensor developer Biolinq said it will use the proceeds from its Series A financing to support its wirelessly-enabled patch designed to monitor glucose in diabetes patients with the press of a thumb.
IoT capabilities are enabling users to interact with medical devices in ways we never even imagined, posing new questions for medical device developers.
Medtronic's new pacemaker technology includes access restrictions to protect the device functionality and patient data.
Understanding the key design, performance, and certification issues involved in connecting medical devices can help eliminate many of the challenges facing medical device manufacturers, and direct them down the correct path.
A mechanical engineer who has spent years on the design side of medtech reviews the evolution of AI in medical devices, and discusses the impact it will have on the industry's future.
These are the three questions vendors need to answer during research and development for their clinical wearable to be adopted enthusiastically by hospitals, patients, and doctors.
Best-selling author, cardiologist, and digital health researcher Eric Topol hopes artificial intelligence can help bring empathy back to healthcare.
Digital health is gaining steam, but the successes have been limited to small patient groups and studies. Can digital health products get to the next level and impact wide swaths of the population?