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The recent COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai caused widespread disruption locally and an economic slowdown for China. But it did not interrupt the ongoing digitization of health care, the value of which was once again thrown into sharp relief, writes news and analysis portal Omdia.
Biogen and Happy Health announced a pilot partnership to evaluate Happify Health’s Kopa app to support people living with multiple sclerosis. This follows a licensing deal with digital therapeutics developer MedRhythms to support MS patients with gait deficit.
In this episode of Report Digest, UK-based reporter Barnaby Pickering speaks to analyst Mike Carmody about Meddevicetracker’s recent report on deep brain and Vagus nerve stimulation. The two discuss market players, recent tech developments and future potential for the market.
In this month’s Digital Health roundup, Medtech Insight’s Marion Webb discusses her deep-dive article on menopause with leading experts in this rising industry and Barnaby Pickering highlights UK-based Proximie, which developed a web-based platform that allows surgeons and other clinical experts to collaborate virtually in the operating suite. The company recently raised $80m in a series C round.
Medtech Insight’s Cardiovascular Catch-Up highlights some of the recent news on cardiovascular tech innovations in the last two months. This edition focuses on news from conferences, held over the last two months, including the Heart Rhythm Society and the TVT Structural Heart Summit.
To further expand its digital surgical platform, Proximie has completed a series C funding round, gathering a formidable roster of investors.
ResMed’s planned buy-out of Germany health care software company Medifox is expected to strengthen its position with out-of-hospital providers outside of the US and strengthen its position as a worldwide leader in health care software solutions.
As decentralized clinical trials become more common, trial sponsors are adopting digital health devices to track patient data in remote settings. Two connected devices specialists talked to MTI about device selection, including light shed on the topic by a recent draft FDA guidance document.
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