One obstacle to getting quality health care is the ability to get to a facility. Circulation is aiming to change that.
A medical technology company started in Boston, Ma., in 2016, Kordova operates a platform that tracks implant devices used in surgery. They gather information on a website to help physicians and hospital executives find the most efficient and cost-effective device for the patient.
The threat of counterfeit drugs is growing. SICPA, a global company that specializes in brand protection solutions, is helping companies ensure that the public is receiving safe, authenticated medications and consumable medical devices.
In just over a year since its release, Eye-Sync’s eye tracking technology has become a trusted means of detecting concussions on the sidelines and in the clinic.
One year later, a lot has changed for the virtual reality start up.
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Medical waste, such as needles and blood, can be dangerous if not handled properly. Sterilis makes it easier to dispose of this waste.
Nightingale Apps has just completed the beta version of an app for nurses. Now it has its sights set on a pilot.
Every year parents struggle to make sure they’re giving the right amount of medicine to their kids. Even minor mismeasurements of medicines like Tylenol and Ibuprofen can lead to potential overdose in small children. A young father is leading a group of fellow scientists in developing a solution to this hazard: a precise medication dispenser that automatically excretes the exact amount of medication the child needs.
The Philips Wearables Challenge is a call for novel solutions to predict early signs of patient deterioration in order to prevent hospital readmission and escalation in care throughout the patient journey. What cutting edge technologies and systems — wireless wearable sensors, connected devices, continuous, real-time monitoring, data analytics, etc. — can be deployed to facilitate early, appropriate interventions? How can they create actionable information to improve patient outcomes, without burying busy clinicians under too much data?