2016 January Digital Edition Medical Design and Outsourcing


In this issue of Medical Design and Outsourcing

  • Leadership in Medical Technology Issue
  • 1 in 7 – Women in Medtech. Women account for about 78% of the workforce in healthcare but are only 1 in 7 of the industry’s executive officers.
  • Printing prosthetics and guiding a surgeon’s knife
    3D printers have found homes in hospitals and healthcare facilities by printing custom fit and durable prosthetics along with models of organs displaying tumors that will improve surgical outcomes.
  • A closer look at micro-molding: Big possibilities in small details Most medical-device designers are unfamiliar with the fine limits of micromolding. For instance, today’s capability can shape parts with details down to 0.005 in. But even that limit may give way with more recent developments.

How do you know your technology is disruptive enough to break conventional wisdom?

textadimage Stan Rowe knows a little something about bringing disruptive technology to market. The current Edwards Lifesciences CSO was in on the ground floor of two of medtech's most disruptive treatments, stents and transcatheter aortic valve replacement.

On December 12th, Rowe will sit down with MassDevice editor Brad Perriello for a long ranging discussion about the inside story on how these technologies came to market and what Rowe learned along the way.

Register now with the code "TAVR" and save 15% today.

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