Point of Care Ultrasound: 2 Years On
In July 2018 I wrote about the part that point of care ultrasound (POCUS) would play in the future of the imaging market. I’m not sure where two ye...
In July 2018 I wrote about the part that point of care ultrasound (POCUS) would play in the future of the imaging market. I’m not sure where two years have gone, but since then the companies, personnel and their technology have evolved considerably.
Chronic pain or illness, whether physical or mental, has a huge effect on the sufferer. With many conditions, patients are fighting to keep the condition at bay, rather than looking for a cure, and the tools that they are using to take on this fight
The structural heart space is one of the most exciting areas in the whole of medical devices. A broad term, covering a range of cardiac conditions, the advances in technology over the last 20 years has been extremely impressive, with no sign of slowi
The demand for wound care is at an all-time high, sparking innovation from all corners of the industry.
Now technology is revolutionizing refractive surgery, putting an end to this guesswork and helping motivate better patient outcomes.
Aesthetics is a hot bed of innovation and pioneering start-ups are thriving at the heart of this market.
From talking to experts in my network, many have pointed out a rising misconception. Some individuals among of the healthcare community believe that we’ve reached the ‘best we can get’ with CRM devices.
There’s no perfect formula to becoming a successful billion-dollar company in medical imaging, or else we’d all be billionaires. However, this combination of ingredients does seem to create a common recipe for success.
To mark work World Diabetes Day, I’ve decided to champion some of the hottest technologies on the market right now. Marrying purpose with design, it’s these four that are standing out in an increasingly saturated market:
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death globally, accounting for 17.9 million mortalities each year. To battle these ugly death-toll statistics, more companies are emerging with innovative, life-saving treatments across the globe.
This World Stroke Day I wanted to help raise awareness about a few medical device companies who are doing amazing things to help diagnose and treat this life-threatening condition.
Now more than ever, medical imaging is dependent on an underlying digital infrastructure. While there's a clear medical benefit, cyber security is an rising concern throughout the industry.
It’s respiratory care week, so I’ve decided to travel back in time a discover how treatment has evolved. The bible, Ancient Greece, owl’s blood and iron lungs - it’s been quite a journey.
I’m championing three emerging companies whose technology has led their ambition, rather than R&D budgets, mergers and acquisitions.
Who are the most innovative companies in ophthalmology?” This simple question got an amazing response on LinkedIn with over 30 companies being recommended to me. Here are 5 growing companies who could change the future of the industry.
Guest author and medical professional, Rachel Conway, gives insight into the impact that AI is having to diagnose and treat cancer.
James Pickering, our Business Consultant specialising in ophthalmology, recently asked the question: “Who's the most innovative company in ophthalmology?”
We travelled to London to meet with one of the most innovative ultrasound device manufacturers in the world. They’re tearing up the imaging space right now, bringing the world’s first handheld whole-body ultrasound device to market.
Opioid addiction and misuse - including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl – has been escalating for decades, with 11.4m people misusing the drugs in the US alone.
Artificial Intelligence is a new technology and, for the most part, one of its biggest challenges is just working out how it will be applied. Where it can be used best, most cost-effectively and easiest to gain the best results.