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  • Surgical
    Medtronic Buys Surgical Data and Analytics Firm Digital Surgery

    Medtronic Buys Surgical Data and Analytics Firm Digital Surgery

    The acquisition will strengthen Medtronic's robotic-assisted surgery platform.
    GlobeNewswire 02.13.20

  • Software & IT
    The True Cost of Paper

    The True Cost of Paper

    Rethinking your approach to quality management.
    Online Exclusives Jon Speer, Founder and VP of QA/RA at Greenlight Guru 02.13.20

  • Molding
    The Need for Collaboration and DFM When Micro Molding

    The Need for Collaboration and DFM When Micro Molding

    Why a collaborative and transparent relationship between micro molder and client is important.
    Online Exclusives Roger Hargens, CEO/President, Accumold 02.12.20


  • Chronic Disease
    Medtronic Recalls MiniMed Insulin Pumps

    Medtronic Recalls MiniMed Insulin Pumps

    Incorrect insulin dosing has so far resulted in 2,175 injuries and 1 death.
    U.S. Food and Drug Administration 02.12.20

  • Electronics | Materials
    Ultra-Thin Base Materials Take PCB Miniaturization to the Next Level

    Ultra-Thin Base Materials Take PCB Miniaturization to the Next Level

    Flexible and rigid ultra-thin base materials enable highly reliable, thinner PCBs.
    Online Exclusives Daniel Schulze, Engineering Manager at Dyconex 02.07.20

  • Patient Monitoring | Software & IT
    Rapidly Growing Telemedicine Has Investors on Their Heels

    Rapidly Growing Telemedicine Has Investors on Their Heels

    Advances in technologies, government backing, high investment, and growing R&D emphasis all support the industry.
    Online Exclusives Tanay Bhalla, Content Writer, Fortune Business Insights 02.06.20


  • Cardiovascular
    Is a Cardiac Pump the Key to Curbing Heart Failure?

    Is a Cardiac Pump the Key to Curbing Heart Failure?

    Large clinical trial to determine whether treatment change for heart attack patients can help prevent future deaths.
    Videos Business Wire

  • Cardiovascular | Contract Manufacturing
    Heraeus Medical Acquires CMI

    Heraeus Medical Acquires CMI

    Expands its catheter design, development, and manufacturing capabilities.
    Heraeus 02.04.20

  • Testing
    Mike on Medtech: Human Factors/Usability, Part 2

    Mike on Medtech: Human Factors/Usability, Part 2

    Mike Drues and Sean Fenske discuss the implications of not meeting with the FDA’s requirements for human factors testing.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 02.03.20


  • Testing
    Mike on Medtech: Human Factors/Usability, Part 1

    Mike on Medtech: Human Factors/Usability, Part 1

    Mike Drues and Sean Fenske discuss the importance of human factors within the regulatory landscape and how it came to matter to FDA.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 02.03.20

  • Johnson & Johnson Fined $344M in Pelvic Mesh Case

    Johnson & Johnson Fined $344M in Pelvic Mesh Case

    A J&J spokeswoman said the company will appeal, claiming surgical mesh risks were responsibly communicated.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.31.20

  • Cardiovascular
    Enrollment Complete in Trial of Arteriovenous Fistula Support Device

    Enrollment Complete in Trial of Arteriovenous Fistula Support Device

    VasQ is intended to promote usability of both forearm and upper arm fistulas.
    Videos Business Wire

  • Diagnostics
    Biopsy Devices Revolutionizing Breast Cancer Diagnosis

    Biopsy Devices Revolutionizing Breast Cancer Diagnosis

    Biopsies are becoming less invasive and more accurate.
    Online Exclusives Hrishikesh Kadam, Research Content Developer, Global Market Insights Inc. 01.30.20

  • Industry Assessment: A Roundtable of Medtech Executives

    Industry Assessment: A Roundtable of Medtech Executives

    Top medtech executives from across the industry weigh-in on a variety of issues impacting medical device manufacturers.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 01.29.20

  • Electronics
    Medtech Connects with Electronic Manufacturing Solutions

    Medtech Connects with Electronic Manufacturing Solutions

    IoT, data collection, wearability, connectivity, and miniaturization lead as the demands medtech has of its electronics-centric suppliers.
    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer 01.29.20

  • Machining & Laser Processing
    Machining Moves to Modernize with Industry 4.0

    Machining Moves to Modernize with Industry 4.0

    Lasers and traditional machining are advancing and implementing Industry 4.0 features, requiring expanded skill sets.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.29.20

  • R&D & Design
    Inventive Interaction: Medtech Research and Development in 2020

    Inventive Interaction: Medtech Research and Development in 2020

    Engaging with all stakeholders—patients, clinicians, and community members alike—is key to effective medtech R&D.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 01.29.20

  • Neurological
    Sing Me a Memory: A Digital Music Therapeutic for Dementia

    Sing Me a Memory: A Digital Music Therapeutic for Dementia

    Musical Health Technologies develops products based on growing scientific evidence that music can be a potent tool to treat Alzheimer’s and dementia.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.29.20

  • Digital Health
    The Next Medtech Frontier: Digital Health and Home Healthcare

    The Next Medtech Frontier: Digital Health and Home Healthcare

    U.S. health systems want to find ways to reduce costs; however, the shift to treating patients at home instead of admitting them to a hospital is new.
    Maria Shepherd, President and Founder, Medi-Vantage 01.29.20

  • Recalibrating for 2020: Tips for a Better New Year

    Recalibrating for 2020: Tips for a Better New Year

    In 2019, I had to take a long, hard look at both my businesses and my industry to find balance and a way forward through the ripple effects of big changes.
    Dawn A. Lissy, President & Founder, Empirical 01.29.20