Serving a more cost-conscious group of providers has impacted the device design process in many ways.
A team of researchers have developed a means of producing strong and durable bio-based polyurethane that could help contain costs and improve device function.
There are at least two efforts underway that could eventually serve as a substitute for the human meniscus.
Recently, an executive of medical device manufacturer B. Braun Medical Inc. made the case for the tax’s repeal at a Senate Finance Committee (Subcommittee on Health Care) hearing.
Leadless pacemakers represent an exciting new frontier for cardiac devices.
In the face of an aging population and the demand for cost-effective solutions, spine surgeons hold the targeted insight necessary to determine which devices will find a warm welcome in the market.
A major health insurers group has penned a letter to a U.S. Senator in criticism of the 510(k) approval pathway.
To be successful in this changing industry, developers must seek to disrupt the standard of care, and supply healthcare providers with tools and resources that will improve their day-to-day experiences.
The agency has identified 34 new areas of interest, showcasing its ambition to become better informed on the device development life cycle.
The Chinese government plans to implement greater scrutiny on the medical device industry with new hefty fines and regulations.