Why Your Med-Tech Recruiting Efforts Aren’t Working…And How To Fix It

Why Your Med-Tech Recruiting Efforts Aren’t Working…And How To Fix It »

Are you a C-level, EVP, or HR executive in the med-tech space looking to fill top-tier positions? Do you find these searches taking longer than 30 days to fill? Are you seeing the best candidates in the marketplace, or are you just settling due to hiring fatigue? Is your hiring strategy reaching the best in class or those that are simply applying to a job posting? These are pain points we are used to hearing. But they are also problems we have spent over three decades solving.

Doing Well by Doing Good: UrSure’s Giffin Daughtridge’s Game-Changing PrEP Adherence Test

Doing Well by Doing Good: UrSure’s Giffin Daughtridge’s Game-Changing PrEP Adherence Test »

8 Jun, 2017
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As a 22-year old college graduate and Fulbright Scholar in in Bogotá, Colombia, Griffin Daughtridgeused his undergraduate degrees in Biology and Spanish from the University of North Carolina to help develop a hepatitis B (HBV) vaccination program.

Submissions Open for the $10K Quadruple Impact Challenge

Submissions Open for the $10K Quadruple Impact Challenge »

This is an open call for on the ground solutions or ideas that are creating impact, big and small, in the changing environment of medicine. The challenge is specifically looking for innovative ways to deliver care, new ways to connect patients with their own data and the care team, and interesting use of medical devices and wearables to gather data.

Boston’s new wave of health professionals

Boston’s new wave of health professionals »

1 Jun, 2017
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Last week thousands of students in Boston graduated from some of the world’s top schools in public health, biomedical engineering, physical therapy, and related fields. The Boston University School of Public Health offers innovative, hands on programs that prepare students to tackle the most pressing issues in health. In addition to standard public health curriculum, students are trained in skills like biostatistics, coding, and app development.

We Are Allies Offers New Solution to Ongoing Opioid Epidemic

We Are Allies Offers New Solution to Ongoing Opioid Epidemic »

An award-winning startup from last year’s opioid hackathon seeks to save lives and fight stigma in the opioid epidemic, which claimed nearly 2,000 lives in Massachusetts last year. Backed by the General Electric Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital, We Are Allies is creating a website with resources about the epidemic and equipping citizen volunteers with naloxone—an approach that is sparking interest in Boston and beyond.

Innovation at the 2017 MIT Grand Hack

Innovation at the 2017 MIT Grand Hack »

The 2017 MIT Grand Hack was filled with passionate participants seeking solutions to everything from communication gaps between patients and healthcare providers, to developing virtual reality devices that will help hospital patients combat loneliness. The event serves as a networking opportunity, as well as a window into the future of medical tech innovation.

“We need more geeks in health care”: MIT Grand Hack draws entrepreneurs

“We need more geeks in health care”: MIT Grand Hack draws entrepreneurs »

Last weekend’s MIT Grand Hack brought entrepreneurs in health, business and tech together to solve health care’s most pressing problems.

New on the MedTalk Boston Podcast: 40 Under 40 and PULSE@MassChallenge

New on the MedTalk Boston Podcast: 40 Under 40 and PULSE@MassChallenge »

27 Apr, 2017
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On this episode of MedTalk Boston, Julia Karron meets up with Nick Dougherty, Director of PULSE@MassChallenge to discuss the accelerator’s plans to make Boston a digital health hub.

Inaugural Medical Sensors Design Conference Comes to Boston in May

Inaugural Medical Sensors Design Conference Comes to Boston in May »

25 Apr, 2017
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The Sensors Group, creators of the most highly regarded resources in the sensors market including the annual Sensors Expo & Conference and publishers of Sensors Magazine, today announced the conference program for the inaugural Medical Sensors Design Conference.

Wearables and the Future of Patient Monitoring: A Review of Philips’ New Biosensor

Wearables and the Future of Patient Monitoring: A Review of Philips’ New Biosensor »

Wearables are expected to become a future staple in the most effective methods of patient monitoring and early intervention. Check out Dr. Maulik Majmudar’s review of Philips’ new wearable, single-use biosensor that has the potential to aid clinicians in detecting clinical deterioration.

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