Better medtech UDI management could be an app away

Boston-based 121nexus said it can solve UDI supply chain master data problems through image recognition technology. Experts say the best apps on the market are “peace of mind” apps. 121nexus aims to deliver that feeling with its scanner. The company launched a free scan app that can verify and “open up” GS1 and unique device

Medical device cybersecurity: Here’s how you verify and validate it

Cybersecurity is becoming an essential pillar of medical device design, and it’s important to find the right strategies to validate and verify your products are secure. Michael Lynch and Delmar Howard, Intertek The growth of connected environments has put medical devices at the forefront of the cybersecurity and patient data movement. As more of these

Middleware: How it’s changing medtech

Medtech developers can take advantage of middleware technology to gain a competitive advantage. Tim Gee, Medical Connectivity Consulting Two macro trends are affecting how medical devices and systems are designed: Adoption of off-the-shelf (OTS) computing technology to extend the power and capabilities of traditional embedded system medical devices; and the evolution of software architectures that greatly

Appirio launches solutions for Salesforce Lightning Bolt

Wipro company Appirio recently launched new solutions that are built on Salesforce Lightning to deliver personalized and industry-specific services. The solutions that the company is ordering are all Lightning Bolts which are frameworks that allow companies to create functional and customer-facing websites. It is designed to increase collaboration and communication during crucial interaction points while

Greenlight Guru adds Grow to quality management software platform

Greenlight Guru recently announced the introduction of its Grow software product to assist medical device companies with quality management after product launch. The Indianapolis-based company’s first product, Go, focused on helping medtech companies utilize design control, risk management and document management software to bring FDA and ISO-compliant medical devices to market in less time. Many

DeviceTalks West: Expertise you need to know

Medical device suppliers are light years away from the days when they merely filled orders to spec for medtech OEMs – as a visit to the upcoming DeviceTalks West will quickly confirm. From incorporating steerability into catheters to getting validation and testing done right, the companies serving the medical device industry have become specialized experts in

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Virtual tubing model analysis can accelerate complex catheter shaft design

Michael Holt, Integer Virtual tubing model analysis optimizes catheter design to help engineers reach final design freeze faster and shorten time to market. As medical procedures become more complex, engineers are challenged to develop smaller, thinner-walled catheters to keep pace with high-performance clinical demands. Conventional catheter prototyping relies on a manual, time-consuming trial-and-error process involving

Webinar: Could this new software help you with clinical trials?

Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017 11:30 a.m. Eastern time / 8:30 a.m. Pacific time     Staicy is a next-generation health and research management platform which provides full transparency of your clinical data. Learn about integrating seamlessly your internal and external clinical applications and utilizing staicy’s proprietary functionality to uniquely select a geographical storage location for your

greenlight.guru closes record-breaking third quarter

The quality management software platform greenlight.guru has reported that it has closed its third quarter as a record-breaking quarter, making it its fourth record-breaking quarter in a row. The company grew its team by 40% in the last quarter by adding eight new members, two of which were senior level. Jennifer Kier and Thomas Stergar

Who got picked for FDA’s digital health pre-cert pilot?

FDA has announced the names of the companies selected to participate in its digital health pre-cert pilot – a first-of-its-kind program aimed to revolutionize digital health regulation in the U.S. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, FDA’s commissioner, announced the nine participants of FDA’s digital health software precertification pilot program (FDA Pre-cert) last week during his keynote address at the

Nanotronics raises $30 million for automated microscope tech

Nanotronics – which boasts what it says is the world’s most advanced automated microscopes – said today that it has raised $30 million – bringing its total money raised to $71 million. The Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD) led the Series D round, with participation from current investor Founders Fund. The money will accelerate development of Nanotronics’ optical

Microsoft has a new digital health research initiative in the U.K.

Microsoft has tapped a top British health data researcher to head a new healthcare research initiative at its Cambridge research lab. Iain Buchan is presently a clinical professor of public health informatics at the University of Manchester – and director of the Health eResearch Centre, which is part of the U.K.’s Medical Research Council. Buchan will become

Cognition to touting compliance and commercialization at DeviceTalks Boston

Cognition Corp., headquartered in Lexington, Mass., has been offering solutions for medical device, pharmaceutical, and combination products compliance and commercialization for more than 10 years. The Cockpit Platform provides the framework for an extensive set of compliance templates. These templates, which include Risk Management and Design Controls, along with professional services, give companies a jump-start

Medtech complaint handling: Is there something to complain about?

Medtech complaint handling appears to be a work in process, according to Sparta Systems’s recent quality management market survey. The 2017 survey – which had 148 respondents in highly regulated industries including medical devices (23%) – found that nearly a quarter of those who answered did not have a well-defined and adopted complaint handling process. Only

Here’s how GE wants to make anesthesia machines smarter

GE officials think their Mini Field Agent – a plug-and-play connectivity device used in many industries – could enable smarter use of anesthesia machines and other medical devices. The Boston-based conglomerate (NYSE: GE) is in the process of rolling out an implementation of the Field Agent to health providers as part of GE Healthcare’s Carestation