Medical Device

Talking about Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices Shouldn’t be Taboo

Nastassia Tamari, Director of Information Security Operations for BD According to the National Vulnerability Database, 18,353 vulnerabilities were reported in 2020. That’s nearly three times the volume of vulnerabilities reported five years ago, and higher than any year in the previous two decades. Given the… Read More »Talking about Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices Shouldn’t be Taboo

BioIntelliSense Partners with Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for Continuous Monitoring in Clinical Trials

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What You Should Know: –BioIntelliSense announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to incorporate the BioSticker™ platform in clinical trials of hematological cancer patients. – The LLS clinical trials will include use of the BioSticker medical device… Read More »BioIntelliSense Partners with Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for Continuous Monitoring in Clinical Trials

Dexcom launches first VC fund

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Dexcom launched its first venture fund. The company, which makes continuous glucose monitors, plans to invest in glucose sensing technologies and metabolic monitoring.

Carlyle Group, Brighton Park Capital Invest $200M in Indian Health Tech Provider Indegene to Fuel Global Expansion

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What You Should Know: – The Carlyle Group and Brighton Park Capital invests $200M in Bangalore, India-based Indegene to accelerate company’s global expansion and consolidate its industry-leading position in healthtech solutions. – Founded in 1998 by five first-generation entrepreneurs, Indegene has emerged as the leading… Read More »Carlyle Group, Brighton Park Capital Invest $200M in Indian Health Tech Provider Indegene to Fuel Global Expansion

UCHealth Taps Conversa Health to Track COVID-19 Vaccine Effects on Frontline Healthcare Workers

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What You Should Know: – Conversa Health’s COVID-19 programs now include patient monitoring pre- and post-vaccination, education on vaccines, and appointment reminders. – Healthcare workers at UCHealth in Colorado are receiving 24/7 monitoring of vital signs two days before and seven days after receiving their… Read More »UCHealth Taps Conversa Health to Track COVID-19 Vaccine Effects on Frontline Healthcare Workers

Medical Device Design: 4 Ways Designers Can Create Medical Devices That Work for Everyone

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Stuart Karten, Founder/President, Karten Design Medical device design has been going through sweeping changes over the last decade.  Ten years ago, medical device companies weren’t concerned with delivering consumer-level design: Devices that are both attractive and intuitively easy to use by a wide variety of… Read More »Medical Device Design: 4 Ways Designers Can Create Medical Devices That Work for Everyone

Cerner Invests in Elligo to Make Clinical Trials Accessible for Health Systems of All Sizes

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What You Should Know: – Cerner announced a strategic investment in Elligo Health Research, a leading research organization that enables clinical trials with nationwide community-based health care practices. – Cerner plans to expand the data and tools available in the Cerner Learning Health Network to… Read More »Cerner Invests in Elligo to Make Clinical Trials Accessible for Health Systems of All Sizes

Targeted Drug Delivery Devices: An Attractive Option for Improving the Efficacy of Biologics

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The gradual shift of healthcare industry towards the development of biologics is a well-known fact. Owing to this shift, there are over 1,000 cell and gene therapies which are being developed for the treatment of various disorders, majority of them being oncological disorders, cardiovascular disorders… Read More »Targeted Drug Delivery Devices: An Attractive Option for Improving the Efficacy of Biologics

Former KKR Vet Jim Momtazee Launches Healthcare Investment Firm, Patient Square Capital

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Jim Momtazee, Managing Partner at Patient Square Capital What You Should Know: – Former KKR veteran Jim Momtazee announced the launch of Patient Square Capital, a partnership being purpose-built to become the preeminent investment firm in healthcare.  – Patient Square will partner with best-in-class management… Read More »Former KKR Vet Jim Momtazee Launches Healthcare Investment Firm, Patient Square Capital

New Attacks, Regulations, and Stakes Call for New Security Strategies

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 Tim Callan, Senior Fellow, Sectigo The amount of data generated by the healthcare industry is staggering—and constantly increasing.  Healthcare data encompasses the personal information of patients, doctors, nurses, and administrators. It includes diagnostic information, test results, ultrasound images, x-ray images, and of course insurance and… Read More »New Attacks, Regulations, and Stakes Call for New Security Strategies

Philips and BioIntelliSense Integrate to Enhance Remote Patient Monitoring

What You Should Know: – Philips integrates the BioIntelliSense FDA-cleared BioSticker™ sensor as part of its remote patient monitoring solutions for patients outside the hospital. – Multi-parameter sensors aid monitoring across multiple chronic conditions with medical-grade vital signs for physicians to remotely track core symptoms,… Read More »Philips and BioIntelliSense Integrate to Enhance Remote Patient Monitoring

Increasing Prevalence of Chronic Diseases- Driving the Demand for Self-Administration Devices, Like Autoinjectors

Over the last decade, autoinjectors have emerged as a promising therapeutic commodity for safe administration of parenteral therapies. Patients who suffer from chronic diseases, such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis, often require frequent dosing of medication which poses significant inconvenience to them for… Read More »Increasing Prevalence of Chronic Diseases- Driving the Demand for Self-Administration Devices, Like Autoinjectors