Building fruitful development partnerships between companies, governments and researchers will enable the most promising and impactful deployments in healthcare.
A global pandemic is still upon us, but that certainly does not mean that healthcare technology innovation is standing still. To help the medical device industry look to the future and prepare, experts from regulation and academia alike are bringing attention to the acceleration and pitfalls of innovation.
Healthcare cannot remain reactive to dealing with cybersecurity risks. We must take a new, proactive approach to protecting our users, and our systems must prioritize reducing the extent of reliance on users against unknown threats.
Although the future is exciting, it also poses real challenges. More collaborative initiatives need to take place between drug manufacturers and developers of manufacturing equipment and consumables.
Opportunities for intelligent computer systems span widely, including extensive use in medical science. Artificial intelligence enhances cognition analysis of complex health issues and improves the diagnoses. However, there are still some challenges in terms of data quality, regulations, market penetration and adaptation.
The shift towards more home-based and distance-care may further change in a post-COVID environment.
Reusable medical devices have many notable advantages. However, they’re not appropriate in all cases. This article discusses some factors designers should consider to make their products as profitable and useful as possible.
Healthcare systems around the world are under increasing pressure to treat a rapidly growing, aging population. This was worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, which left medical professionals needing to treat more people with less time and limited resources. This article explores why medtech is uniquely placed to ease the pressures on healthcare systems by offering faster and more cost-effective care while improving patient outcomes.
On the cusp of artificial intelligence (AI) becoming a ubiquitous feature of our everyday lives, researchers discover that intelligent systems thinking offers a wealth of potential applications in the fight against a cunning human adversary: Cancer.
This article reviews real-world examples of product failures, presents reasons for these failures and provides potential solutions better governance, collaboration, and data gathering throughout the product lifecycle.