Is This a New, Data-Led Era for Cardiology?
Diagnosis of heart failure must be rapid and accurate. However, that can be a challenge for doctors without the right information and data.
For this episode of CM Conversations, Ben Thompson & Jerome Richards, Directors at CM Medical, spoke with Rob Jenkins and Will Flack from F&J Agile Solutions.
I spoke with CEO and serial entrepreneur Janne Huhtala who has a track record of working with start-ups in neuromodulation. This technology has the potential to change millions of people's lives.
In this episode it was all about imaging, as we caught up with Renaud Maloberti, Chief Commercial Officer for ENDRA Life Sciences.
Before he founded global diabetes management platform One Drop, Founder, CEO and diabetes patient Jeff Dachis was tired of feeling like a patient, and wanted to feel more like a ‘diabadass’.
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.
The demand for wound care is at an all-time high, sparking innovation from all corners of the industry.
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.
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.
I’m championing three emerging companies whose technology has led their ambition, rather than R&D budgets, mergers and acquisitions.
The College of Optometrists called AI “the new buzzword in ophthalmology” and over the last 12 months it has been hitting headlines on a regular basis.
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.
It’s difficult to measure the impact of any technology on the orthopaedics sector. That’s because the term covers such a wide range of different procedures, products and areas of the human body.
Medical imaging generates around 90% of all healthcare data and is a fundamental part of healthcare. In all its forms, imaging produces phenomenal amounts of data; there are an incomprehensible number of images stored on hospital servers around the w
Everyone with access to the dentist will go at one point in their life. It’s also likely that a large proportion of that number will receive some sort of treatment.