Disease risk scores are being furthered by machine learning algorithms, including a new risk score developed by IBM Research.
A technology and market matchmaker reveals a few tips on identifying and promoting technologies that suit product requirements and meet market demands.
Not every cool gadget from the consumer tech world can be applied successfully to healthcare, but the crossovers that work seem to make the hunt for that diamond in the rough worthwhile.
The industry is saturated with success stories, but the best learning opportunities come from the projects that fail.
Device and drug makers can use this recommended approach to help streamline clinical trials and increase the odds of regulatory success.
First study findings of Intuitive Surgical's flexible robotics platform suggest it provides a safe and practical approach for sampling lung tissue.
Device makers focused on diabetes care are making strides toward a more effective ecosystem around digital care.
Nikhil Murdeshwar, the principal research engineer at Olympus Surgical, shares a few tips on how to develop a low-cost, high-impact R&D budget.
Steve Geist, director of R&D at Edwards Lifesciences’ transcatheter mitral and tricuspid therapies division, talks about how and why innovation can and should be done at a startup pace within larger companies.
Data published this week could draw respect for and reduce skepticism over devices designed to lower the risk of stroke by closing a common heart defect.