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Three years ago I migrated from medical device design and development to the client side of Digital Health. I had the privilege of leading and managing components of transformational initiatives related to Electronic Health Record, also known (and preferred by users) as Clinical Information Systems. This experience changed my thinking about medical design excellence.

Is Device Generated Data part of your medical device plans? We live in a digital era, and if you are in the medical device design and development business, it may be wise to think digital health. There is an undeniable shift from stand-alone technology to integrated systems even for devices with specialized functionality. Granted, devices with […]

Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) are tiny computer chips with moving parts. Typically used as sensors, but also reversible to make actuators (usually), MEMS technology includes accelerometers, gyroscopes, piezoelectric devices, and microphones, to name just a few. They are the reason our phones know which way is up, our airbags deploy quickly, and technology has become so […]

Last week I discussed the advantages and motivations for engaging with Digital Health.   This week I examine the extra regulatory hassles and technical challenges.  I also share a video of a panel discussion with StarFish Medical president, Scott Phillips, Kenneth MacCallum, Principal Engineering Physicist, and Sal Sanci from our Software Engineering Group that I […]

I have been moderating panels on Digital Health for the past few years and noticed that this term can mean different things to different people. To our clients, Digital Health generally refers to connecting a medical device to a network to capture all of the advantages that such a connection brings. For example, we’re working with Interface Therapeutics on a […]