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Visualize MED: Modeling the Future of Medicine

The medical device industry has traditionally relied on a combination of bench testing, animal testing, and clinical trials to guide the development and evaluation of medical devices. Indeed, regulatory agencies around the globe have established their approval processes around these three sources of evidence. In the mid to late 2000’s, it became clear that our […]

Modern Medicine: New Ways To Tackle Old Problems in Healthcare

By Björn Stansvik, MentorMate Founder & CEO As the presence of connected devices in our daily lives increases, one area that continues to experience tremendous growth is the medical device industry. The Internet of Things (IoT) in the consumer space might make life more convenient, but it doesn’t truly impact our overall health and well-being. […]

As Mobile Health Tech Rises in Popularity So Do the Privacy and Security Risks

By Paul H. Luehr and Doriann H. Cain Electronic medical devices have long been a part of healthcare. From x-ray machines to infusion pumps, these devices have helped push major advancements in clinical care. But increasingly, we see healthcare technology moving out of controlled clinical settings. From Bluetooth-enabled blood pressure cuffs to fitness bands and […]

FLEX Vessel Prep™ System Data Presented at New Cardiovascular Horizons Conference Shows Key Findings including Luminal Gain

Toledo, Ohio, June 4, 2019 – VentureMed Group, Inc., a privately-held medical device innovator in vessel preparation for interventional treatment of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and stenoses of arteriovenous (AV) fistulas and grafts, announced new data presented at the 20th Annual New Cardiovascular Horizons (NCVH) Annual Conference, May 29-31, in New Orleans, Louisiana. FLEX iDissection […]

The Legal Risks of Genetic Data

By Christin Jaye Eaton and Jeff Wojciechowski Recent scientific and technological breakthroughs have enabled medical product manufacturers to analyze genetic data, which can unveil links between genetic traits and certain reactions to drugs or other products. But when must manufacturers use that data? What action must a manufacturer take when genetic data illuminates patient risk? […]

Two Reports Agree: Minnesota Startups are Among Nation’s Best

With the release of two key reports in the last week that show strong growth for Minnesota’s startups, the rest of the nation is coming to realize what we here in Medical Alley have long known: Minnesota is one of the best places in the country to start a business. The first report, published by Ohio’s […]

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