In today’s healthcare system, patients are looking for the kind of value and efficiency that they have come to expect as consumers. MedTech Boston sat down with Michael Ruiz of MedStar Health to discuss the way that patient engagement and care is changing in the face of emerging technologies.
Executive director of the Cancer Moonshot Taskforce, Greg Simon, spoke about the need for sweeping reform in the fight against cancer at the World Medical Innovation Forum on Monday: “We have to build the biggest engine of reform in human history to break out of the bureaucratic gravity that has kept our system in 1950’s thinking when it’s the 21st century.”
"I realized the healthcare solutions I sought were not rooted in clinical practice or policy; they were rooted in entrepreneurship and innovation."
MedTech Boston sat down with founder and CXO of Mad*Pow, Amy Cueva, to discuss how innovators can leverage design to drive change in healthcare.
Ben Harvatine has developed the Jolt Sensor, a device that monitors hard hits on the field and helps athletes make informed decisions about returning to play.
Each year, 2.5 million seniors are treated in emergency departments for fall-related injuries. MIT professor Dina Katabi is hoping to change this with a revolutionary new device.
We sat down with the first Vice President of Innovation Leadership for the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce to discuss his plans to support innovation in the city.
We sat down with Peter Grinspoon, MD--who is celebrating nine years of recovery from drug addiction--to discuss his new memoir and the unique challenges faced by addicted physicians.
MedTech Boston is proud to announce our 10 Healthcare Trendsetters of 2016! Check out who’s on the list and why they have been chosen for this honor.