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Coming up with new stuff in medtech is easy enough. But the trick is finding a new device that hits the spot of delivering benefits that will justify its cost
Predictions for the next twelve months are easy. Beyond that, who knows what healthcare provision will look like in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges.
Is the humble Press Release dead or dying or just changing in function? Are engagement tools usurping the one way, formulaic sales pitch?
It’s that time of year when enough of the world is on holiday that somehow the wheels stop turning for a few weeks
Whatever governments and regulators throw at medtech, it’ll always come out fighting
Smart companies recognise that being integrated into healthcare provision they can very effectively protect their market share
Glorying in the past may be the domain of furniture designers, but medtech’s been having none of it as it’s breathtaking acceleration over the last 30 years has demonstrated
UK Cycling worked on the mantra that the accumulation of marginal incremental gains delivered winning results. It’s the same in medtech development
Medical devices are so much more than just devices, they’re integral parts of “procedural solutions” apparently
The run-up to the UK General Election is throwing up some uniquely interesting possibilities that challenge the arrangements. Here’s a new plan then.