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Most product development companies take an existing technology and reconfigure it into a manufacturable product. This is what we refer to as Development. The definition in Wikipedia: “In business and engineering, new product… Continue Reading »
In this day and age, no government, business, or organization is safe from ransomware, not even our frontliners in the healthcare industry.It is no Best practices for protecting medical devices against ransomware attacks…
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Federal regulators authorized a first-of-its-kind device to help doctors determine whether a child has autism, potentially allowing kids to be diagnosed sooner by avoiding waits for specialists.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed an electronic nose that may be able to sniff out signs of cancer from blood plasma samples. In tests, the device was able to detect a range of cancer types with over 90 percent accuracy.
Andrew Thomson, Brian Carpenter and Robert Broadnax from the global consulting firm Charles River Associates (CRA) explore key drivers of adoption of microbiome-based diagnostics.
Diagnostic mistakes are an under-appreciated source of patient safety errors, yet most of us will experience one in our lifetime.
A medical-device entrepreneur has a slimmed-down design for a $10,000 ventilator that he hopes to mass produce to fight COVID-19, pending FDA approval.
Francisco Partners, a San Francisco-based private equity firm, said Monday it has acquired Qualcomm Life, a subsidiary of the San Diego chipmaker that…
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released the agency’s first Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)-Based Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) Action Plan. This action plan describes a multi-pronged approach to advance the Agency’s oversight of AI/ML-based medical software.
Security researchers found 11 significant vulnerabilities in devices that use the IPnet software, though there are no confirmed incidents involving takeovers of the devices.