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  • Cardiovascular
    How to Improve ECG Rhythm Recognition Using a DCNN

    How to Improve ECG Rhythm Recognition Using a DCNN

    Comparing and contrasting methods of quality enhancement.
    Online Exclusives Sergey Kuznetsov, Software Engineer, Auriga 07.06.20

  • Digital Health
    How to Make Wearables Desirable Again

    How to Make Wearables Desirable Again

    Use of wearables has decreased, but they can still make a comeback.
    Online Exclusives Pavel Novik, QA Unit Manager and the Head of the Mobile Testing 07.01.20

  • Contract Manufacturing
    Researchers 3D Print Sensors Directly onto Organs

    Researchers 3D Print Sensors Directly onto Organs

    Technique leverages a motion capture technology used by Hollywood.
    Videos University of Minnesota


  • Electronics | Neurological
    Thin-Film Electrodes for Brain Surgery Reach the Market

    Thin-Film Electrodes for Brain Surgery Reach the Market

    An important advancement for treating patients with epilepsy and brain tumors.
    Online Exclusives Dave Rosa, President and CEO, NeuroOne Medical Technologies Corporation 06.30.20

  • Diagnostics
    New Sensor Could Soon Simultaneously Test for Coronavirus and Flu

    New Sensor Could Soon Simultaneously Test for Coronavirus and Flu

    Sensor is the size of a micro USB drive, infused with antibodies of COVID-19 and influenza.
    University of Texas at Austin 06.26.20

  • Contract Manufacturing
    Pivoting to Protect Lives and Livelihoods During the Pandemic

    Pivoting to Protect Lives and Livelihoods During the Pandemic

    How Summit Medical manufactured 1 Million FDA-compliant face shields in just 8 weeks.
    Online Exclusives Kevin McIntosh, President of Summit Medical 06.18.20


  • Software & IT
    Agility Helps Core Technology Thrive in the COVID-19 Market

    Agility Helps Core Technology Thrive in the COVID-19 Market

    How one supplier was able to meet spikes in demand as many employees worked from home.
    Online Exclusives Louis Columbus, Enterprise Software Strategist 06.18.20

  • Software & IT
    Avoiding the Ripple Effect of Bad Data: Humans and Machines

    Avoiding the Ripple Effect of Bad Data: Humans and Machines

    Part 3: Using process automation to reduce human error.
    Online Exclusives Terrance Holbrook, Director of Product at MasterControl 06.17.20

  • Software & IT
    Avoiding the Ripple Effect of Bad Data: Systems and Data

    Avoiding the Ripple Effect of Bad Data: Systems and Data

    Part 2: Integrating disconnected data systems.
    Online Exclusives Terrance Holbrook, Director of Product at MasterControl 06.17.20


  • Software & IT
    Avoiding the Ripple Effect of Bad Data: Quality and Manufacturing

    Avoiding the Ripple Effect of Bad Data: Quality and Manufacturing

    Part 1: Why going paperless is essential.
    Online Exclusives Terrance Holbrook, Director of Product at MasterControl 06.17.20

  • Diagnostics
    5 Trends Shaping Medical Imaging Manufacturers Need to Know

    5 Trends Shaping Medical Imaging Manufacturers Need to Know

    New life-supporting imaging equipment designs must incorporate modern patient, physician, and technician demands.
    Online Exclusives Megan Ray Nichols, Science Writer; Editor, Schooled By Science 06.17.20

  • COVID-19 Drives a Need for Agility and Compassion

    COVID-19 Drives a Need for Agility and Compassion

    How one manufacturer adapted and responded to challenges created by the pandemic.
    Online Exclusives Rick McClain, President and COO of Milwaukee Electronics 06.16.20

  • The Market for Positive Airway Pressure Devices Is Rapidly Growing

    The Market for Positive Airway Pressure Devices Is Rapidly Growing

    By the year 2027, the market is expected to reach a global value of $4.7 billion.
    Online Exclusives Chris Norris, Founder/Chief Editor, SleepStandards.com 06.15.20

  • Traversing Tubing Technologies

    Traversing Tubing Technologies

    Solutions to Medtech's Sourcing and Manufacturing Challenges.
    06.10.20

  • Mike on Medtech: Binding vs. Nonbinding FDA Feedback

    Mike on Medtech: Binding vs. Nonbinding FDA Feedback

    Mike Drues and Sean Fenske discuss what’s required of companies who receive nonbinding feedback from the FDA.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 06.10.20

  • Chronic Disease | Digital Health
    An Analysis of the Smart Inhalers Market

    An Analysis of the Smart Inhalers Market

    Pharmaceutical companies are showing increasing keenness in leveraging digital health solutions.
    Online Exclusives Saloni Walimbe, Research Content Developer, Global Market Insights (GMI) 06.09.20

  • How Are MPO’s Top 30 Addressing COVID-19?

    How Are MPO’s Top 30 Addressing COVID-19?

    J&J's Janssen moves the start of its Phase 1/2a vaccine clinical trial from September to the first half of July.
    Online Exclusives Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.09.20

  • Digital Health
    The (Virtual) Doctor Is In (via Telemedicine)

    The (Virtual) Doctor Is In (via Telemedicine)

    Virtual healthcare delivery is flourishing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but will it persist once the crisis has subsided?
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.04.20

  • Packaging & Sterilization
    Coming Clean: What

    Coming Clean: What's Next for Packaging and Sterilization?

    The still-smoldering ethylene oxide controversy is inspiring more sustainable, cost-effective, and biologically safe solutions from packaging and sterilization
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.04.20

  • Molding
    Molding Medtech’s Future Through Technology and Partnership

    Molding Medtech’s Future Through Technology and Partnership

    Reassessment of supply chains and technology advancements make domestic molders attractive options for medical device manufacturers.
    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer 06.04.20