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1 Jun, 2017
In its 16th year, the Medtech Conference, formerly known as the Medtech Investing Conference, will bring together investors, executives, and entrepreneurs from across the US and around the world. The tightly packed, daylong event centers on the primary forces that make medtech work. Panels will cover critical issues facing start-ups including valuations, financing, business models, reimbursement,…
“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.

To Develop Innovative Solutions for Type 2 Diabetes, Fellows First “Live” with the Disease

To Develop Innovative Solutions for Type 2 Diabetes, Fellows First “Live” with the Disease »

“I have so much respect for people who have to make these wide-sweeping lifestyle changes.”

Swarm Robotics: The Future of Medicine?

Swarm Robotics: The Future of Medicine? »

Straight from science fiction, nanorobotics is entering healthcare practice. Here’s what you need to know.

Navigating the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age: A Q&A with Dr. Robert Wachter

Navigating the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age: A Q&A with Dr. Robert Wachter »

We sat down with the author of The Digital Doctor to discuss the benefits -- and unexpected consequences -- healthcare's digital revolution.

One-on-One with Newly Named CEO of Mass Life Sciences Center Travis McCready 

One-on-One with Newly Named CEO of Mass Life Sciences Center Travis McCready  »

We sat down with McCready in his office at The Boston Foundation to discuss his transition, the link between philanthropy and innovation, and his vision for the MLSC.

Investing in Problem-Solving, Not Product: PureTech Health’s “Proactive” Approach

Investing in Problem-Solving, Not Product: PureTech Health’s “Proactive” Approach »

Step into the sixth floor offices of PureTech Health in downtown Boston and you may feel that you’ve dropped into a rabbit hole and right into a lush wonderland of wall-to-wall greenery. It’s a surprising interior for the otherwise nondescript office building on the heavily trafficked Boylston Street.

Creating a Virtual Practice: Dr. Ronald Dixon Talks Asynchronous Telehealth

Creating a Virtual Practice: Dr. Ronald Dixon Talks Asynchronous Telehealth »

Integrating asynchronous methods with the traditional in-person model is “the way forward”

Call for Submissions: Google Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge (#WHPC15)

Call for Submissions: Google Wearables in Healthcare Pilot Challenge (#WHPC15) »

MedTech Boston is excited to announce that we are once again partnering with Google and Medstro to run an online challenge with a final "pitch-off" event similar to the "Google Glass Challenge" that we ran this past April. If you remember the buzz from the Google Glass Challenge, with 250+ attendees, a 50+ wait list, a television crew…
The Economist Health Care Forum 2014: A Global Business in Flux

The Economist Health Care Forum 2014: A Global Business in Flux »

10 Jun, 2014
MedTech Features
The Economist is coming to Boston for it's second annual Health Care Forum, this year with the focus on "A Global Business in Flux" on September 17, 2014 at The Seaport Boston Hotel on the Boston waterfront across from The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. The opening session will address the critical question facing American health…

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