Healthcare services have been buffeted on the rocks of the global pandemic since early 2020, and many are now trying to address the significant backlog in non-urgent and elective surgeries that have been postponed by primary healthcare focusing on COVID-19.
As we enter the post-pandemic era, Bernard Ross, CEO, and Founder of Sky Medical Technology outlines his views on the direction of travel of the healthcare industry in 2023 and the implications for MedTech.
Dr. David Z. Rose is a Vascular Stroke Neurologist at the University of South Florida College of Medicine in Tampa, Florida, USA, and Co-Medical Director of the 32-bed Neuro-ICU at Tampa General Hospital. He is the author of a fun review book entitled “Laughing Your Way to Passing the Neurology Boards” and many peer-reviewed articles on Neuro-Cardio topics. He completed an Internal Medicine internship and residency at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, Neurology residency at the University of Miami/Jackson.
Ann Demaree writes, "While OTC wearable devices are designed to allow for augmented individual monitoring of body parameters, identifying deviations that can empower people to make educated decisions on their personal fitness and health, the question is, just how accurate are they and where should they fit within the ideal healthcare ‘ecosystem’?"
Groundbreaking new titanium technologies can potentially offer lower-cost and more sustainable alternatives to traditional production methods. These new technologies are paving the way for titanium’s increased application across advanced industries, including the medical and dental industries. Read on!
According to The Planetary Society, only 44.9 percent of NASA’s budget is for human spaceflight. Here Ashmita Das, CEO of scientific talent platform Kolabtree highlights how NASA’s research has benefited humans more widely and what we can learn about outsourcing research.