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CMS to cover lung-cancer screening with low dose CTMarch 02, 2015The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has recently announced plans to provide immediate coverage for the use of low-dose computerized tomography (CT) for lung-cancer screening in the United States.
Sensor highlights of Wearable Technologies conference in MunichMarch 02, 2015While everybody is still waiting for the Apple Watch the wearable conference which took place in Munich was a good display of new devices and trends with regard to use of sensors in wearables. Interestingly there were 2 separate sessions for “wrist-worn” wearable first and “head-worn” wearables... See subscriber comment...Subscribers Only
Breas Medical AB expanding its reach in the ventilator marketFebruary 17, 2015Breas Medical AB, the Swedish-based manufacturer of respiratory care devices, is working to expand its global coverage through acquisition of, and partnership with, competing suppliers.
Clinical care devices need to get smartFebruary 10, 2015The damage brought by avoidable adverse events in the hospital setting is placing increasing strain on the financial resources of health providers—so much so, that new legislation is being implemented to ensure that such events are correctly documented for future reference. In the U.S., reimbursement of treatment cost is withheld from the provider if the treatment is provided due to the occurrence of an adverse event. Providers, therefore, are increasingly aware of the necessity to collect patient data to make sure that hospitals are adhering to reimbursement and reporting requirements.
Development in infusion pump connectivity needed to support home careFebruary 10, 2015The continued pressure on healthcare spending in mature markets is driving demand for cost-effective treatment solutions. In response, home and alternate-site care markets are growing in number and expanding their reach.
Focus growing to detect deterioration in patient status; continuous monitoring increasesFebruary 10, 2015With increasing focus to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs, the importance of continuously monitoring patients throughout their treatment pathway in the hospital is growing.
Pfizer to acquire Hospira – what does this mean for infusion pumps?February 10, 2015On February 5th 2015, Pfizer announced its plan to acquire Lake Forest, Illinois-based Hospira Inc. News surrounding the proposed merger announcement has primarily focused on Hospira’s drug offerings – but what does this mean for Hospira’s infusion pump devices portfolio?
Surgery moving to 4K displays, but how quick will uptake be?February 10, 2015As product innovations such as 4K resolution drive increased clarity of images, there is uncertainty as to how quickly the medical displays market will change.
Carestream Makes Waves in Ultrasound Market with Launch of TouchFebruary 03, 2015Carestream launched its first venture into the ultrasound market with the introduction of its Carestream Touch ultrasound system at RSNA 2014.
Ultrasound Market Update: Philips Healthcare to Acquire Volcano CorpFebruary 03, 2015Philips Healthcare announces its plan to acquire Volcano Corp., an acquisition that further signals the consolidation of the ultrasound market towards clinical application groups.
Apple's record iPhone results prove no mobile market leader's position is ever secureFebruary 02, 2015Apple has overtaken former market leader Microsoft – which includes Nokia's devices unit – to become the second largest manufacturer of mobile handsets in the world. Nokia led the mobile handset market for over a decade but is now pushed out of the top two. Apple's record iPhone results are also entirely premium smartphones while Microsoft's smartphone shipments represent just 21% of its 50 million handset shipments.Subscribers Only
Microsoft's HoloLens and GamingJanuary 22, 2015Our take on the announcements arriving from Microsoft's Windows 10 conference: the newly-unveiled HoloLens is the most graphically rich and immersive augmented reality solution shown publicly by any major technology company. Its Minecraft-based builder demo shows the gaming potential of the new platform.Subscribers Only
MediaTek announces platform to support Android WearJanuary 19, 2015With the announcement of the MT2601 SoC at CES last week, MediaTek has entered the Android Wear powered wearable SoC competitive landscape. The smart watch market is primed for growth as product appeal has increased...Subscribers Only
New Tools will help streamline breast exams, says RSNA 2014December 12, 2014At this year’s RSNA, a big focus for breast imaging was on breast density. How do we measure breast density and what is the best method for imaging dense breasts? At the moment, breast density is measured by the radiologist, and assessments can differ depending on the radiologist and the image presented. At the conference, Philips Healthcare and Hologic both showcased the use of a software tool to automate the quantification of breast density, a development that could lead to better and quicker diagnosis of abnormalities for women.Subscribers Only
Is fixed FPD X-ray back to put the retro in retrofit?November 25, 2014Retrofit has been taking the X-ray market by storm since 2010 with over 10% revenue growth each year, providing cost saving alternatives for those looking to upgrade existing equipment. The emergence of retrofit has changed the new flat panel detector (FPD) equipment market dynamic, forcing suppliers to provide solutions that can tailor to three types of customers. FPD systems from many suppliers can now be clearly classed as low-end, mid-range and high-end.
3-D Mammography Leads the Way for Breast ImagingNovember 18, 2014The emergence of 3-D tomosynthesis mammography systems is enabling earlier detection of breast cancer, particularly through clearer imaging of dense breasts. A current barrier for purchasers is the higher price and uncertainty around 3-D, when compared to analog and 2-D mammography.
Minimally Invasive Procedures Driving Interventional X-ray GrowthOctober 14, 2014The increasing pressure on hospitals to reduce the length of patient stays and to lower costs is driving growth in interventional X-ray for minimally invasive procedures.
Apple risks new categories with iPhone 6 phablet and Apple WatchSeptember 09, 2014Apple launches its first wearable -- the Apple Watch -- as well as revitalizing its iPhone range and moving into mobile payments with Apple Pay. Apple's bold new products depend on the continued success of the iPhone to succeed, but with a 2015 availability data, Apple has many things still to do to finish its first generation smartwatch.
AT&T sees new mobile opportunities with Timex's Ironman cellular smartwatchAugust 07, 2014Timex has announced its first 3G-enabled smartwatch, the Ironman One GPS+, and it will work as a standalone device with cellular connectivity. It features four hardware buttons and a touch screen. The smartwatch features a 1.5-inch low power Mirasol colour display and runs on Qualcomm’s Brew platform. It has 4GB of in-built storage and Bluetooth connectivity. Timex claims...
Oculus Rift takes shape through acquisitionJuly 16, 2014Oculus VR has made a pair of acquisitions, purchasing hardware designer Carbon Design and middleware developer RakNet. Terms of the deals were not disclosed by Oculus, however Carbon’s track record includes the lauded joypad for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 console, and RakNet’s networking engine has been rendered open-source as part of the buy-up.