How BioSig is using plug and play as a medtech startup strategy

Startups, as a rule, should have a plan for their technology to grow. But it is rare that a medical technology startup aims to be plug and play, fitting into many therapeutic areas from cardio to Alzheimer’s to diabetes. BioSig’s Pure EP, an electrophysiology signal recording and processing system, could potentially provide valuable insight during

What startups need to succeed when selecting medical device materials

Whether a startup targets an emerging category such as wearables or a more mature device market, a well-planned approach to medical device materials selection can make a significant difference in the product launch cycle, economic model and other variables. Deepak Prakash, Vancive Medical Technologies Materials selection can be a make-or-break issue for medical device startups. Even

How to grow your medical device business through its life cycle

While every medical device business founder daydreams of pre-revenue exits and unicorn valuations, it is imperative to plan for the long and unpredictable haul. Richard F. Mattern, Bass, Berry & Sims PLC Despite the starting point being nearly universal (founder sees a clinical need, a promising market opportunity and a path to regulatory approval or

How Cambridge Medical Robotics wants to transform robotic surgery

The field of surgical robotics is rapidly changing. (Check out our ongoing surgical robotics series). Major players in the field include Cambridge Medical Robotics (CMR), a U.K.-based OEM working on a portable surgical robot called the Versius. CMR recently completed Series A financing, and CEO Martin Frost believes the technology will transform the existing market. Frost answered some