Senior Writer, US Policy & Regulation
Brian holds a BA in history from Loyola University of New Orleans, is a die-hard Saints fan, and loves running, classical music and jazz. He lives with his wife, Caroline, in New York’s magnificent Hudson Valley.
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US lawmakers issued a bipartisan resolution in recognition of the first Telehealth Awareness Week sponsored by the American Telemedicine Association. The resolution illustrates telehealth’s broad support and appeal.
The US Food and Drug Administration has taken additional steps to ensure mutations of the COVID-19 virus do not negatively impact the efficacy of tests.
On this week’s podcast: One of the more interesting and important trends in medtech in recent years is the emergence of robotic assisted surgery. But as RAS procedures increase, so do the chances of something going wrong. And when it does, who’s to blame? The robot or the surgeon?
With the era of medical automation upon us, surgeons are increasingly turning to robots and artificial intelligence for better results in the OR. But when things go wrong, who’s to blame?
The US Food and Drug Administration continues to ease up on rules around various types of face protectors and respirators throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, so long as they do not pose an undue risk to the public health and provide proper labeling.
Patients with obstructive sleep apnea treated with positive airway therapy experienced significantly better outcomes than those not receiving the treatment, according to a new European study. After a series of setbacks, the study is positive news for sleep apnea device makers.