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  • Chronic Disease | Neurological | Surgical
    Halma Buys IZI Medical Products for $153.5M

    Halma Buys IZI Medical Products for $153.5M

    Gains a portfolio of 44 devices for image-guided surgery, interventional oncology, and interventional neuro and spine.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 10.05.22

  • Contract Manufacturing

    Choosing an Innovative Third-Party Device Manufacturer—A Medtech Makers Q&A

    In the wake of COVID, more companies are considering tapping contract manufacturers to help achieve their goals. What should you look for?

  • R&D & Design
    Medtech R&D: The Earlier, the Better

    Medtech R&D: The Earlier, the Better

    COVID-19 and supply chain constraints demonstrate the importance of conducting R&D earlier in the product development process.
    Online Exclusives Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 10.04.22

  • The Digital Revolution in The Medical Device Industry

    The Digital Revolution in The Medical Device Industry

    How medical device manufacturers can navigate the new era of B2B buying.
    Online Exclusives Tav Tepfer, Chief Commercial Officer, Jabmo 10.04.22


  • Chronic Disease | Patient Monitoring
    Dexcom G7 CGM Rolls Out in Parts of Europe, Asia

    Dexcom G7 CGM Rolls Out in Parts of Europe, Asia

    The next-gen continuous glucose monitor is now available in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, and Hong Kong.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 10.04.22

  • A Letter to File Deep Dive—Mike on Medtech

    A Letter to File Deep Dive—Mike on Medtech

    Mike Drues and Sean Fenske discuss how a letter to file is to be used, when to use it, and how to avoid problems with FDA.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 10.04.22

  • Testing
    Changes Related to Cleaning Validations

    Changes Related to Cleaning Validations

    What medical device manufacturers can expect from ANSI/AAMI ST98.
    Online Exclusives Alpa Patel, Principal Scientist at Nelson Labs 10.03.22


  • Diagnostics
    New Covid-19 PCR Test Based on Exhaled Breath Indicates Infectiousness

    New Covid-19 PCR Test Based on Exhaled Breath Indicates Infectiousness

    Imec developed the solution in collaboration with Belgium’s UZ Leuven University Hospital to conduct the clinical validation.
    Online Exclusives Tim Stakenborg, Principal member of technical staff at imec 10.03.22

  • Why Regulatory Teams Must Establish a Single Source of Truth

    Why Regulatory Teams Must Establish a Single Source of Truth

    Having a single source of truth—a set of data shared across an entire organization—is incredibly important within the life sciences industry.
    Online Exclusives Laura Jones, Director, Product Management - RIM, ArisGlobal 10.03.22

  • Neurological
    Treating Lupus with Light

    Treating Lupus with Light

    A novel 3D-printed light-sensing medical device placed on the skin generates real-time feedback.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 10.03.22


  • Digital Health
    It’s Time for Healthcare to Accelerate its Digital Vision

    It’s Time for Healthcare to Accelerate its Digital Vision

    Technology and retail companies are stepping into place to power a new generation of care delivery models.
    Lisa Mazur and Ed Zacharias, McDermott Will & Emery 10.03.22

  • R&D & Design
    Taking the Pulse: Human Factors Engineering and Its Application to Medical Devices

    Taking the Pulse: Human Factors Engineering and Its Application to Medical Devices

    The key is to integrate HFE into the entire product development process.
    Michael Wiklund, GM, Human Factors Research & Design, Emergo by UL; Professor of the Practice, Tufts University 10.03.22

  • Inflation is Eyeing Medtech’s Margins

    Inflation is Eyeing Medtech’s Margins

    The great challenge of inflation to medtech managers will be defending margins as the volatile components of their costs reprice.
    Tony Freeman, President, A.S. Freeman Advisors 10.03.22

  • Creating Value for Medtech Partnerships

    Creating Value for Medtech Partnerships

    The most important points to consider in developing an early-stage company.
    Florence Joffroy-Black and Dave Sheppard, MedWorld Advisors 10.03.22

  • Testing
    Following the Test Article: Timelines, Expectations for E/L Testing

    Following the Test Article: Timelines, Expectations for E/L Testing

    Complete chemical characterization is a highly technical process that requires collaboration and communication.
    Zachary Remillard and Sandi Schaible , WuXi AppTec 10.03.22

  • Surgical
    Electromagnetics in Surgical Navigation: Accurate Object Tracking

    Electromagnetics in Surgical Navigation: Accurate Object Tracking

    Enables minimally invasive and robotic techniques to be applied to more types of procedures.
    Garrett Plank and Andrew Brown, TT Electronics and Radwave Technologies Inc. 10.03.22

  • Software & IT
    Want to Supercharge Training? Look to Digital Assistants

    Want to Supercharge Training? Look to Digital Assistants

    These assistants simultaneously supplement and enhance the natural talents and capabilities of humans.
    Prasad Akella , Founder and Chairman, Drishti 10.03.22

  • Industry Pros Come Together to Develop ASTM Protocols

    Industry Pros Come Together to Develop ASTM Protocols

    A powerhouse group was created with the goal of getting ASTM to adopt standards for SIJ fusion devices.
    Dawn A. Lissy , Founder & President, Empirical 10.03.22

  • Digital Health
    What’s Amazon’s Ultimate Strategy for the Medtech Industry?

    What’s Amazon’s Ultimate Strategy for the Medtech Industry?

    Only time will tell if Amazon is successful at cracking the healthcare nut.
    Maria Shepherd, President and Founder, Medi-Vantage 10.03.22

  • Molding
    Micro Molding for Medtech Is Miniature Magic

    Micro Molding for Medtech Is Miniature Magic

    Micro molders are achieving even greater levels for the smallest parts while still maintaining important properties.
    Mark Crawford, Contributing Editor 10.03.22

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