What is the future of medtech in 2018?

Some of the largest medtech companies showed in 2017 that they are ready to grow through embrace of the new healthcare ecosystem. Medical device companies are putting greater emphasis on value-based arguments for their products and services. They’re putting more attention to clinical and economic research and adopting digital products that incorporate machine learning and

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DeviceTalks West: Here are the speakers you’ll see

Hundreds of medical device industry insiders are expected to descend on Orange County, Calif., this month for DeviceTalks West – a premier boutique networking and learning event. From the VP in charge of Medtronic’s neurovascular business to the artificial pancreas pioneer Jeffrey Brewer, here are some of the speakers you’ll meet at DeviceTalks West, Dec. 11–12

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Surgeon entrepreneur bets on virtual reality to boost surgical training

Dr. Justin Barad is a gamer, so it makes sense he would be drawn to virtual reality. As a high schooler, Barad started the computer science team. He interned at Activision, and was all set to be a game developer. But then Barad started to think about how he could help people. He ended up

These 7 virtual reality companies want to innovate healthcare

Virtual reality is no longer just for pilots to simulate flying – or for more realistic gaming experiences. Virtual reality is helping to shape the healthcare industry by offering immersive programs to help train surgeons and students for a variety of surgical procedures. Surgeons can train for different procedures, and clinicians are also using virtual

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