Digital Health Roundup, May 2021: Immersive Technologies In Surgery Suite, ‘Smart’ Toilets And Pills; New SaMD Cybersecurity Standards
In this new roundup feature focusing on the most notable developments in digital health, we pick the key news from May.
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Market Intel: How Augmented, Mixed And Virtual Reality Tech Unveils New Possibilities For Surgeons
Immersive technologies are becoming a reality in the OR. The second part of Medtech Insight’s series on the “Future of Surgery” introduces innovators of VR simulation tech, AR surgery platforms and AR Smart Glasses, and provides insights from world-renowned AR surgeons.
Verily’s Study Watch Rejected By FDA As Parkinson’s Drug-Development Tool
US regulators say Verily’s Study Watch – meant to be used in Parkinson’s trials – doesn’t collect data needed to assess whether a patient is truly benefitting from a drug.
FDA Says SBOMs Are Key To Better Cybersecurity In NIST Report
The US regulator’s report is meant to help develop new federal cybersecurity purchasing guidelines that could eventually be used to implement a cybersecurity consumer labeling program.