The pandemic has accelerated a revolution in medtech, impacting how companies approach their business strategy as well as how healthcare systems interact with medical device companies.
Medical device manufacturers can accelerate their digital transformation priorities through lean practices to better manage supply chain risk, complexity and disruptions.
As one of the nation’s largest industries, and one that is experiencing serious issues with cost, staffing and customer experience, healthcare is a prime candidate for IoT solutions.
While companies developing solutions that address the current pandemic may be receiving an influx of financial support, recovery for companies in other segments of the industry is slow.
Digital technologies offer more efficient and patient-friendly distribution of the up-to-date manufacturing details and safety advice mandated by regulators. But many firms in the medtech sector are not maximizing the opportunity to deliver regulated product information digitally.
The continued threat and spread of COVID-19 across the globe has led to seismic uncertainty for every industry.
A lot of promises are made by organizations about making systems more intuitive, convenient and user-centric, but in reality most improvements tend to be designed to meet regulatory or internal system needs rather than better serve the people who use them. The user experience needs to be modernized, especially in heavily regulated industries where inaccurate or non-compliant labeling is laden with risk.
Wireless medical applications have the potential to improve the quality of care, efficiency and patient comfort as well as reduce medical errors.
The adoption of accurate non-invasive measures of liver health at the point of care is critical.
Today’s business operations environment demands faster, more tangible returns.