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  • Cardiovascular | Diagnostics | Digital Health | Neurological | Patient Monitoring | Surgical
    Top 10 Challenges of the New MDR

    Top 10 Challenges of the New MDR

    Learn what the most pressing issues are in the EU’s Medical Device Regulation and find out how to tackle them.
    Online Exclusives Peter Rose, Managing Director Europe, Maetrics 06.22.17

  • Diagnostics
    Ireland’s Brightest Startups Tackle Healthcare’s Biggest Problems

    Ireland’s Brightest Startups Tackle Healthcare’s Biggest Problems

    The country’s emerging innovators are getting global attention for their technologies.
    Online Exclusives Peter Barnes, Technical Writer 06.21.17

  • Diagnostics
    World-First Installation of MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy with MRIdian Linac

    World-First Installation of MRI-Guided Radiation Therapy with MRIdian Linac

    ViewRay's system is especially beneficial for tumors where there is typically movement during treatment.
    Videos Henry Ford Health System


  • Testing
    Discussing the UL/Emergo Merger: A Q&A

    Discussing the UL/Emergo Merger: A Q&A

    Representatives from both firms speak about the transaction, the expected benefits, and what’s ahead.
    Online Exclusives Sean Fenske, Editor 06.20.17

  • Cardiovascular | Patient Monitoring
    Hi-Tech

    Hi-Tech 'Sensi-Vest' Could Keep Heart Failure Patients Out of Hospital

    The SensiVest uses radar technology to detect the exact amount of fluid in the lungs.
    Videos Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

  • Diagnostics
    PerkinElmer to Acquire German Diagnostics Firm for $1.3 Billion

    PerkinElmer to Acquire German Diagnostics Firm for $1.3 Billion

    EUROIMMUN is a provider of autoimmune testing, as well as infectious disease and allergy testing.
    Business Wire 06.19.17


  • Software & IT
    Quality Nightmares #21

    Quality Nightmares #21

    Quality Nightmares offers a humorous look at the challenges faced by medtech professionals.
    MasterControl 06.19.17

  • New CEO of GE Healthcare Appointed

    New CEO of GE Healthcare Appointed

    Kieran Murphy, currently president and CEO of GE Healthcare Life Sciences, succeeds John Flannery.
    GE Healthcare 06.15.17

  • 3D/Additive Manufacturing
    GE Additive and Stryker Form Additive Manufacturing Partnership

    GE Additive and Stryker Form Additive Manufacturing Partnership

    Agreement covers new additive machines, materials, and services for Stryker’s global supply chain operations.
    Business Wire 06.15.17


  • Diagnostics | Digital Health | Patient Monitoring | R&D & Design | Software & IT
    5 Medtech Trends Shaping 2017: Part 1

    5 Medtech Trends Shaping 2017: Part 1

    An untapped market—Wearables, apps, and other IOT innovations for seniors are becoming more popular.
    Online Exclusives Alex Butler, Medical Device Product Manager, MasterControl 06.12.17

  • John Flannery Named Chairman and CEO of GE

    John Flannery Named Chairman and CEO of GE

    Jeff Immelt to Remain Chairman of the Board through December 31, 2017.
    GE 06.12.17

  • Cardiovascular | Contract Manufacturing | Diagnostics | Digital Health | Neurological | Patient Monitoring | Surgical
    Value-Based Reimbursement’s Impact on Medtech’s Supply Chain

    Value-Based Reimbursement’s Impact on Medtech’s Supply Chain

    Suppliers capable of assisting OEMs with the new product requirements VBR brings stand to expand their businesses.
    Online Exclusives Tony Freeman, Managing Director, Manning Advisors LLC 06.09.17

  • Medtronic Launches ‘Artificial Pancreas’ Hybrid Closed Loop System in U.S.

    Medtronic Launches ‘Artificial Pancreas’ Hybrid Closed Loop System in U.S.

    The MiniMed 670G system features the company's most advanced SmartGuard HCL technology and new Guardian Sensor 3.
    Medtronic plc 06.07.17

  • Digital Health | Software & IT | Testing
    Recent Cyber Attack Enough to Make Medtech WannaCry

    Recent Cyber Attack Enough to Make Medtech WannaCry

    It was the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) worst nightmare come true. On May 12, the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm slithered its way into computers worldwide, infecting as many as 200,000 Microsoft Windows systems in 150 countries…
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.06.17

  • The Business of Medtech

    The Business of Medtech

    Boston, Mass., was the place to be in the first week of May 2017 for people interested in the business of medtech. The World Medical Innovation Forum kicked off the week for a three-day meeting that maintained a focus on cardiovascular disease and te…
    Maria Shepherd, President and Founder, Medi-Vantage 06.06.17

  • Class III Devices from 10,000 Feet: The Big Picture on Getting Premarket Approval

    Class III Devices from 10,000 Feet: The Big Picture on Getting Premarket Approval

    It takes a certain level of passion and perseverance to break new ground. For the innovator introducing a disruptive technology to improve patient outcomes and lives, the creativity fueling the process of getting a Class III device to market is rival…
    Dawn A. Lissy, President & Founder, Empirical 06.06.17

  • Comparing cGMP Pharma vs. Device: Subpart A – General Provisions

    Comparing cGMP Pharma vs. Device: Subpart A – General Provisions

    Since they are both part of the healthcare industry, you’d think pharmaceutical and medical device companies would have a better understanding of each other’s current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) requirements. Think again. Despite…
    James A. Dunning, Owner, QPC Services LLC 06.06.17

  • Packaging & Sterilization | Software & IT
    Using Automation to Manage Product Serialization and Traceability

    Using Automation to Manage Product Serialization and Traceability

    Serialization and traceability within the life sciences industry have been around since the early 2000s. However, in order to reduce complexities, counterfeiting, and theft, efforts are being made this year to focus on serialization, tracking, and tr…
    Emily Ysaguirre, Content Marketing Writer, VERSE Solutions 06.06.17

  • Diagnostics | Digital Health | Electronics | Patient Monitoring
    The Future of Medical Wearables

    The Future of Medical Wearables

    The wearables market is expected to reach over $4 billion in 2017.1 If that doesn’t paint the picture for a bright future, consider this: one in six consumers currently own and use wearable tech.2 Clearly, the wearables market is exploding and…
    Mike Bolduc, Global Marketing Manager, Industrial and Medical Segments, C&K 06.06.17

  • Digital Health | R&D & Design | Software & IT | Testing
    Hire a Hacker

    Hire a Hacker

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has brought an array of connected technologies that offer a bevy of benefits. From the seemingly superficial, such as a refrigerator that automatically tracks its contents and updates your grocery list appropriately, to t…
    Sean Fenske, Editor 06.06.17