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This page shows the latest medical devices news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Brexit to blame as firm plans to leave UK for Ireland

Brexit to blame as firm plans to leave UK for Ireland

UK-headquartered medical supplies and microbiology testing firm Steris has announced that it plans to redomicile to Ireland. ... It didn’t comment further on whether it would consider relocating physical operations, such as its lab testing services

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  • Digital Trials Digital Trials

    Both medical devices and other grades technology can play a role in digital studies as long as there is a clear rationale for the device selection and sufficient evidence is available ... As a consequence, clinical trials are changing. Digital disruption

  • MS and cholesterol drugs picked for new UK rapid uptake push MS and cholesterol drugs picked for new UK rapid uptake push

    The medicines are on a list of seven new technologies to be promoted for rapid uptake, alongside new diagnostic tests and medical devices:.

  • Safety first: AI adoption in the healthcare sector Safety first: AI adoption in the healthcare sector

    The Academy. of Medical Science, giving evidence to the Select Committee, said that “the impact of artificial intelligence on. ... Regulatory compliance. Certain software algorithms will be regulated as medical devices and thus subject to CE marking,

  • New chair for Europe’s key medicines committee New chair for Europe’s key medicines committee

    Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) in 2005. ... Dr Harald Enzmann. Commenting on his appointment, Dr Enzmann said: “The CHMP is at the cutting edge of medical progress.

  • ABPI and AHSN Network targets NHS biomedical innovations uptake ABPI and AHSN Network targets NHS biomedical innovations uptake

    Academic Health Science Networks (ASHNs) were first set up in 2013, and there are 15 across England acting as a bridge into the NHS, and have particularly focused on medical devices

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  • Changes to look out for in Medical Devices Regulations Changes to look out for in Medical Devices Regulations

    Changes to look out for in Medical Devices Regulations. Will digital lead to a greater compliance burden? ... Equally the regulatory system for medical devices does need to evolve to reflect increasing complexity of devices.”.

  • Brave real world? How healthcare communication needs to adapt Brave real world? How healthcare communication needs to adapt

    Brave real world? How healthcare communication needs to adapt. The evaluation of drugs and medical devices has moved into a new era. ... RWE is here to stay and for medical communicators and healthcare audiences, it’s very exciting.

  • How Augmented reality is disrupting healthcare How Augmented reality is disrupting healthcare

    These demonstrations are extremely powerful, particularly when unpacking complex medical concepts, to help customers visualise the product in their actual environments. ... AR can also provide 3D on-body visualisations of how medicines or medical devices

  • Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation Pharma’s isolated islands of innovation

    The relentless pace of technological innovation in healthcare means we’re witnessing a Cambrian explosion of connected data-enabled medical devices. ... The range. of data-enabled medical devices currently and soon-to-be available. is quite staggering.

  • A catalyst for change A catalyst for change

    Furthermore, another significant policy titled ‘Opinions on Deepening the Reform of Examination and Approval System and Encouraging Innovation of Drugs and Medical Devices’ (the Policy) was issued by the Chinese State ... The Relevant Policies on

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  • Smith & Nephew name new CEO Smith & Nephew name new CEO

    Global medical technology business Smith &Nephew has named Namal Nawana as its new chief executive officer. ... Prior to Alere, Nawana spent more than 15 years at Johnson &Johnson, primarily in its medical devices and diagnostics segment.

  • Emotive expands client services team Emotive expands client services team

    Biology graduate Rob Mackichan joins the agency as an account manager, bringing experience of working with infectious diseases, rare diseases and medical devices. ... He has over two years’experience in healthcare communications and medical education

  • emotive boosts its client services team emotive boosts its client services team

    Additionally, the agency has appointed Oliver Morrissey as its senior account executive following PR and healthcare communications experience in immuno-oncology, CVD and medical devices.

  • HCA appoints Mike Dixon as its new CEO HCA appoints Mike Dixon as its new CEO

    Dixon brings over 28 years in healthcare communications, working in-house and leading and owning specialist agencies, and he also has UK and global multichannel experience within pharma, medical devices, consumer ... Prior to that he served at Jago Pearce

  • Golin appoints Neera Chaudhary as global president Golin appoints Neera Chaudhary as global president

    companies and brands in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices and consumer health.

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