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Medical Devices and Diagnostics

The medical device industry continues to see healthy growth, especially the in vitro diagnostics market. Pharma IQ is proud to provide an international, non-biased, central resource, for professionals working in the bio-pharmaceutical and medical device industry to exchange ideas on best practice and share case studies on innovation within the area.

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Contributor: Chanice Henry
Posted: 16/05/2017
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Ransomware attack could be wake-up call the healthcare sector needs to grasp importance of cyber security and the catastrophic cost of ignoring its threat Full Content »
Contributor: Social Monsters.org
Posted: 14/02/2017
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After years of resistance, the health care and pharmaceutical industries are now accelerating full steam towards the cloud. In fact, the global health care cloud computing market, valued at $4.5 billion in 2016, will reach $9.5 billion by 2020. Here are the dominant benefits that are drawing these giants to the cloud. Full Content »
Contributor: Social Monsters.org
Posted: 10/01/2017
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Health experts and medical personnel will be the first to say that the medical field is lagging behind when it comes to technology and innovation. Full Content »
Contributor: Pharma IQ
Posted: 20/12/2016
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The last quarter of 2016 was certainly not short of activity with a £84 million pharma fine issued in regards to drug pricings, an investigation into a suspected supply chain breach and numerous therapeutic approvals. Full Content »
Posted: 20/12/2016
Software design, medical devices, med devices, software for medical devices, medical software, apps
The Medical Device Technologies Market is forecasted to undergo exponential growth from 2015 up to 2021. Forecasted global market value for emerging medical device technologies by 2021: £90.8bn This is from 2016’s valuation of $55.9 billion Full Content »
Contributor: Pharma IQ
Posted: 12/12/2016
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The world of healthcare has greatly benefitted from enhanced connectivity as a by-product of the digital age. However, this benefit has contributed to exposing medical devices and their softwares to cyber attacks. Malicious digital interferences can be significantly detrimental to patient safety.Ahead of the 2017 Software for Medical Devices conference, Pharma IQ brings you this whitepaper looking at what you need to know in regards to software cyber security to medical devices. Full Content »
Contributor: Pharma IQ News
Posted: 18/10/2016
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Following a quarter that featured reports stating that Novartis had dramatically redistributed its cell and gene therapy unit 1 and saw the public focus turn once again to drug price hikes, Pharma IQ brings you the pharma, biotech and life sciences news highlights for Q3 of 2016. Full Content »
Contributor: Social Monsters.org
Posted: 18/10/2016
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To meet the growing demand, medical manufacturing is adapting disruptive technologies that are reshaping manufacturing as a whole and displacing established practices. Here’s a look at some of the disruptive trends that are transforming medical manufacturing. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard Pain SSON - Editor for Asia
Posted: 09/08/2016
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The world’s first cognitive computer. This is a device that can rapidly analyse the collective research and recommendations of leading professionals, in order to advise healthcare professionals and improve patient outcomes. To find out more, we speak with Dr James Miser, Chief Medical Information Officer at Bumrungrad International Hospital, who describes the implementation process so far and how the technology is likely to transform healthcare. Full Content »
Contributor: Videojet Technologies Ltd.
Posted: 31/03/2016
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Implementation deadlines are looming large, leaving an urgent need for both pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers to find and implement solutions to stay compliant. With only a few years left to comply with pack level serialization in the US and Europe, the time to complete the changes to existing or new production and packaging lines is rapidly running out. Full Content »
Contributor: Chanice Henry
Posted: 28/04/2016
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With a view to contribute to the industry’s ongoing progression, Pharma IQ collates the lessons learnt by hospitals during the implementation of UDIs for medical devices and how the conduct of manufacturers and hospitals could be altered to not just optimize this project’s roll out but to avoid incurring any detriment. Full Content »
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