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Connected Health in the Changing Medical Device Ecosystem

If you traveled back in time several centuries, you would find little change in the treatment of sick and diseased individuals in society until the mid-19th century when hospitals were developed, beginning the organization of healthcare. Scientific medicine emerged after that and drove 20th century ... read more

[eBook] Connected Health - Transforming the Healthcare Industry

Around the world, healthcare systems struggle with unprecedented unsustainable rises in costs and demand for expanding access to care. And healthcare innovators are re-evaluating how more effective care can be delivered to more patients at lower cost. In our Connected Health eBook we identify these ... read more

The End of Illness: How Big Data, Wearable Devices and Nanobots Could Change Detection and Treatment

Fighting disease in both the individual and society has always been a game of catch-up. While data collection and sharing has accelerated risk identification in the digital age, doctors and clinicians still remain stuck in reaction mode to emerging threats. That, however, is beginning to change – an ... read more

Connecting the Right Medical Device - Can You Hear Me Now?

With the use of mobility technology for remote monitoring, gray areas and unknown variables are being introduced into the medical device ecosystem. Until now, the industry has worked under relatively known scenarios where evaluation and documentation of issues affecting safety, efficacy and security ... read more

Jabil Acquires Nypro to Deepen Diversified Manufacturing Capabilities Globally

On February 4, 2013, Jabil announced the strategic acquisition of Clinton, Massachusetts-based Nypro, a provider of manufactured precision plastic products for customers in the Healthcare, Packaging and Consumer Electronics industries, with over $1 billion in total annual revenues. As markets shift ... read more