What is Market Access and How Does it Work?
I caught up with the Managing Director, Steven Haken, and Director, Deboarah Rizzi, of Odelle Technology, to discuss the importance of market access and how it works.
I caught up with Kris Holland, Director of Marketing and Communications at Charlton Morris, to discuss the importance of timing when making a new hire to help take a medical device to market.
I caught up with the COO & Co-Founder at Fundamental VR, Chris Scattergood, to talk about a shift in opinion on the use of VR technology in the surgical space.
I caught up with the COO & Co-Founder at Fundamental VR, Chris Scattergood, to talk about the uptake in adoption of VR technology coinciding with COVID-19.
With COVID-19 lockdowns happening across the globe, VR technology has become even more important to the way surgeons work and learn. I talk to a leader in the market to discuss the accelerated adoption of the technology.
I was joined by Tim Fitzpatrick who shared stories about his remarkable recovery from a flight-related injury and gave insight into how he became the CEO and Co-Founder of Ikona.
It’s only now, that a handful of pioneering start-ups have emerged with Transcatheter Tricuspid Valve Repair/Replacement (TTVR) devices to offer an alternative to surgery. I spoke to some of these companies' leading experts.
With numerous technological advancements and increased funding for medical robot research, surgical robotics is expanding. I spoke to a leading expert on how adoption now relies on making it easy, affordable & accessible.
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen unprecedented pressure placed on the ventilator market. We want to know, how have you coped?
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’.
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.
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:
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.
AI and VR dominated technological headlines in 2018 and the excitement around both shows no sign of abating this year.
I don’t want to immediately lose half of my readership by delving into deep, inaccessible science so please bear with me here, but on this occasion it’s necessary:
The AAOS Annual Meeting is one of the highlights of the year for the world of orthopaedics.
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