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In this week’s podcast, senior reporters Elizabeth Orr and Ferdous Al-Faruque give a quick rundown of FDA goings-on the device industry should keep a sharp eye on, including a reorganization of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, remarks from outgoing agency head Scott Gottlieb on laboratory developed tests, and news from a recent FDA neurological devices advisory panel meeting.
Device Week, March 14, 2019 – Smith & Nephew Boosts Wound Care Biz; Key Cardiac Trial Results At March Meetings
In this edition of Device Week, Medtech Insight’s Catherine Longworth discusses Smith & Nephew’s $660m acquisition of regenerative medicine company Osiris Therapeutics. And Reed Miller talks about the clinical trial highlights from the recent CRT Meeting in Washington and looks forward to the American College of Cardiology conference next week.
On the latest Medtech Insight podcast, David Filmore and Ferdous Al-Faruque discuss the unexpected news that Scott Gottlieb is leaving US FDA next month. What has been his legacy for medtech, and who will replace him?
Device Week, March 1, 2019 – Global Breast Cancer Imaging Market, Key Cardiology Trials Upcoming At ACC
In this week's podcast, Medtech Insight's Marion Webb talks about her upcoming Market Intelligence story on the global breast cancer imaging and biopsy market and Reed Miller highlights late-breaking trials that will be presented at the upcoming American College of Cardiology Conference in New Orleans.
In this week’s podcast, senior reporter Sue Darcey talks about troubling developments for US laboratories and diagnostic test-makers that say the Government Accountability Office was mistaken in conclusions it reached in a recent report about how much labs will be billing Medicare for clinical tests. Also discussed are comments lab associations sent to US legislators, who have been trying to win industry and stakeholder consensus on a regulatory reform proposal for laboratory developed tests (LDTs) that they call the VALID Act.
In this edition of Device Week, Medtech Insight’s Reed Miller talks to managing editor Marion Webb about the growing interest among investors in "femtech," technology that specifically addresses women's health issues that have been frequently overlooked in the past. And London-based reporter Catherine Longworth addresses the recent media reports that Smith & Nephew may make a bid for spine-device company Nuvasive.
The burgeoning Medical Device Single Audit Program is the focus of this week’s podcast. Deputy editor Shawn M. Schmitt talks about the latest news on MDSAP and shares some tips for acing an MDSAP audit.
Device Week, Jan. 31, 2019 – Livongo's Acquisition Of myStrength; FDA Evaluates Peripheral Paclitaxel Devices Study
In this edition of Device Week, Medtech Insight's Catherine Longworth chats with Marion Webb about Livongo's acquisition of behavioral health company myStrength and with Reed Miller about the controversy surrounding the meta-analysis finding of a higher mortality risk with paclitaxel-eluting peripheral devices.
On this week’s podcast, deputy editor Shawn M. Schmitt gives a roundup of recent Compliance Corner and Medtech Tips reports that feature combination drug-device product advice from quality experts at Eli Lilly and Johnson & Johnson.
On this week's podcast, Medtech Insight's Catherine Longworth chats with Marion Webb about some key takeaways from this year's JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. That includes a Q&A with Smith & Nephew's new CEO Namal Nawana on his growth strategy for the British medtech giant, new partnership announcements between medtech and tech companies, and trends in digital health.
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