Webinar: The top medtech stories of 2017

This webinar was presented live on Tuesday, January 30, 2018. Click below to watch on demand.     The medtech industry saw its transformation accelerate in 2017: Whether it’s the roster of largest companies, business models or the regulatory environment, times are a-changing. Competition is also heating up in areas including diabetes care and robotic

7 top stories that mattered for medtech in 2017

The medtech industry saw its transformation accelerate in 2017: Whether it’s the roster of largest companies, business models or the regulatory environment, times are a-changing. Competition is also heating up in areas including diabetes care and robotic surgery. Here are seven stories that mattered for the medical device industry this year. Next>>

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The 10 largest medical device companies in the world

Mergers & acquisitions continue to change the medical device landscape, as reflected in Medical Design & Outsourcing’s new Big 100 list. We pulled financial regulatory filings and reached out to major companies in some cases to create a list of the 100 largest medical device companies in the world, ranked by annual revenue for their

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The 10 largest medtech employers – and what their workers really think

Among the 10 largest medtech employers, workers feel pride in working on life-saving products – but there’s also frustration with big corporate bureaucracy. That was the major takeaway as Medical Design & Outsourcing compiled some of the most insightful current and former employee reviews posted on Glassdoor. The 10 companies we’re counting down were the

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Here are the top 5 medtech stories of mid-2017

The middle of 2017 is shaping up to be a continued whirlwind of activity for medtech. FDA is getting used to its new leadership but is facing a continued lack of clarity on user fees and UDIs. Industry is seeing a deeper consolidation in medical supplies, exemplified in Cardinal Health’s purchase of patient recovery supplies from

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New cloud-based automation and analytics solutions help hospitals remove cost from operating room supply chain

To help eliminate the more than $5 billion in waste each year in the U.S., Cardinal Health Inventory Management Solutions announced the launch of automated, cloud-based workflow modules for biological implants, sutures and trauma and spine implants to help manage complicated operating room inventory, eliminate waste and remove cost from the operating room (OR) supply