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Medtech Insight's News We're Watching highlights some recent business and R&D developments you may have missed. This week, GE Healthcare and Biofourmis announced a deal to collaborate on virtual care; Cleerly touts a new CPT code for its Ischemia cardiac diagnostic software; Boston Scientific announced how it plans to pay for Axonics; a Wells Fargo survey suggests the market for transcatheter tricuspid valve repair and replacement will grow faster than previously imagined; Virtual Incision earns FDA de novo authorization for its MIRA miniaturized surgical system for colectomy procedures; and MMI and Fabric announce major financing rounds.
Environmental demands, the evolution of care models, new delivery technologies and AI tools are influencing how medtechs must approach innovation.
The 2023 LSX Congress in Boston, MA, heard the views of top-tier medtechs BD, GE HealthCare and Merit Medical as they outlined sustainability compliance strategies and goal setting mechanisms, as summarized in this latest contribution to In Vivo’s rolling series on “The E in ESG.”
He may not be Ali, but Butterfly Network's new CEO, Joseph DeVivo, believes Butterly’s microchip tech packs a formidable punch. He expects the company’s technology will help it transcend the market-development challenges the company faced under its previous leaderships.
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