Medical Devices

By HIMSS TV 04:38 pm November 11, 2019
Those in wheelchairs are benefiting from AI, autonomous vehicles and other tech for full equality of life, claim Shannon Aquino, vice president of development, and staffer Chris Hoeh at the United Spinal Association.
By 01:01 pm November 08, 2019
Teva Pharmaceuticals' new ProAir Digihaler detects when the inhaler is used and measures inspiratory flow, giving the patient and provider valuable insight, says EVP Sven Dethlefs.
By 11:04 am October 30, 2019
Anders Strömberg, head of the wearable platform department at Sony, says the company's new B2B mSafety platform features a smartwatch with built-in sensors, a simple user interface, a secure back end and long battery life.
By 09:21 am October 25, 2019
The patient-centered care delivery model is now a necessity, claims Jennifer Tan, director of technology solutions at IQVIA Asia Pacific, who discusses the healthcare challenges and inefficiencies in the region. 
By HIMSS TV 07:59 pm October 24, 2019
Biorithm co-founder and CEO Amrish Nair describes how his company's sensors take care out of the hospital to wherever the expectant mom is.
By HIMSS TV 08:35 am October 18, 2019
With its smart sharps bin, HealthBeacon is going deep on one important medication adherence use case: self-administered injectables, says CEO Jim Joyce.
By HIMSS TV 08:49 am October 14, 2019
Not only will Connected Health Conference attendees discover new technologies but they will also have opportunities to make impactful connections, says HIMSS Media VP of Content Strategy Stephen Wellman.
By HIMSS TV 12:42 pm October 08, 2019
mHabitat founder Victoria Betton details the process of introducing technology in challenging healthcare environments.
By HIMSS TV 04:42 pm October 04, 2019
Helen Balsdon, assistant director of nursing informatics at Cambridge University Hospitals, says just because the technology exists doesn't mean that it's the right technology for clinicians.
By HIMSS TV 03:43 pm October 03, 2019
Charles Alessi, HIMSS chief clinical officer, says digital technologies will provide the only way for Japan to manage the aging of its population.

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