Majority of Americans Believe AI Can Revolutionize Healthcare in 2024

November 22, 2023

Category: Innovation, Med Tech

Addressing perceived obstacles to the adoption of AI is crucial for building consumer confidence. While a majority of Americans express optimism about AI, there are still challenges to overcome. Individuals skeptical of the technology believe that providing more evidence of […]

Senate subcommittee signals support for permanent telehealth flexibilities

November 15, 2023

Category: Regulatory

Lawmakers showed bipartisan support for making pandemic-era telehealth flexibilities permanent in Medicare during a Senate subcommittee hearing on Tuesday. But witnesses noted Congress shouldn’t wait to address the temporary accommodations — some of which expire at the end of next […]

New California Law Offers Fresh Protection From Steep Ambulance Bills

November 7, 2023

Category: Regulatory

Last year, Jennifer Reisz’s college-age daughter, Megan, was kicked in the chest multiple times by the family’s horse. Megan fell to the ground, unable to move or speak. Though she was alone, her Apple Watch detected her distress and called […]


FDA approves first at-home chlamydia and gonorrhoea sample collection in US

November 16, 2023

Via: Medical Device Network

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved LetsGetChecked’s at-home testing system for chlamydia and gonorrhoea. The De Novo authorisation by the agency means the device is the first FDA-approved home sample collection system for the two sexually transmitted […]

Innovation, Medical Devices

Leading innovators in ultrasonic nebulizers for the medical devices industry

November 14, 2023

Via: Medical Device Network

However, not all innovations are equal and nor do they follow a constant upward trend. Instead, their evolution takes the form of an S-shaped curve that reflects their typical lifecycle from early emergence to accelerating adoption, before finally stabilizing and […]