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Jul 28, 2014

Finding the Right Fit for Effective Design Partnerships 4

One of the most powerful combinations in business is a partnership between a product manufacturer and an outside product design firm. It’s an opportunity for two complementary organizations to work through a complex process – with a huge number of variables – and produce something much greater than either could produce on its own....More
Jul 15, 2014

Building a Foundation on Security and Compliance

Recent high-profile security breaches in the retail, finance, and insurance industries underscore the need for organizations to keep data secure across a wide network of devices and systems accessed by customers, vendors, and remote workers. In the healthcare industry particularly, concerns over protecting......More
Jul 1, 2014

Looking to Automated Compounding Systems to Remove Human Error 3

The 2012 meningitis outbreak linked to contaminated steroid injections continues to be a tragic reminder of the risks inherent in manual medication compounding. Unsanitary conditions at the Massachusetts compounding pharmacy that made the injections, resulted in fungal contamination of the drugs....More
Jun 29, 2014

USB3 Arrives for Medical Imaging 1

Thanks primarily to its ease of use, USB has become the backbone for wired data connectivity in a wide range of medical electronics devices. In particular, portable and home-based healthcare monitoring devices have benefited from the “plug-and-play” simplicity of USB connections....More
Jun 27, 2014

Tracking a Medical Device Recall Is No Easy Feat

Millions of Americans use medical devices on a daily basis to live better and longer. There’s no doubt that new and innovative devices are having a huge, and sometimes life-saving impact. Why then have medical device recalls increased substantially in the last 10 years? According to a recent U.S....More
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