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Volume 13 Issue No. 16


Lifestyle Integration for Medical DevicesPatient Engagement and Connected Medical Devices Series:
Lifestyle Integration for Medical Devices

By Adrian Pittman, Google;
Bernhard Kappe and Randy Horton, Orthogonal

Devices by themselves don’t improve outcomes. Better lifestyle integration is key to driving changes in patient compliance—embedding sensors into the sorts of devices people can use every day to increase opportunities for passive biometric capture and to facilitate therapeutics.


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Featured Articles

CDRH Reflects One Year into Pandemic,
Sets Some Expectations for Road Ahead

By MedTech Intelligence Staff

The center is working to address the delays in meeting review timelines for product submissions.


FDA Introduces the Safer Technologies Program for Medical Devices

By Tara Lysechko, Starfish Medical

The program highlights the agency’s commitment to improving safety and supporting innovation, and is a welcome counterpart to the Breakthrough Devices Program.

CareFusion Alaris Recall Affects More than 145,000 Pumps

By MedTech Intelligence Staff

A product issue could cause keys to become unresponsive or stuck, leading to infusion delays.

DNV Certifications

Crucial Metrics for Medical Device Manufacturers

Part 1:
Contract Profitability

Contract profitability requires real-time visibility into assets so manufacturers can make decisions proactively rather than reactively and maintain customer excellence.

Part 2:

Understanding the cost to service by product and by subcomponent will help you identify which service events are the most impactful to the bottom-line financials of the business.


Geoff Wood, DNVAsk the Expert:
What Advantages Does a Pre-Assessment Offer?

A discussion with Geoff Wood about the advantages offered by having a pre-assessment before a Stage 1 and 2 Initial Audit.


EU IVDR - Process, Data, Reporting & PlanningEU IVDR - Process, Data, Reporting & Planning

March 30 - April 27, 2021

The European In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation (EU IVDR) will profoundly affect the global diagnostics market, requiring new procedures, evidence development, documentation, organizational structures, data management, reporting, and a reassessment of legacy portfolios. Preparation will involve strategic thinking and buy-in at the highest levels.

Implementation of IVDR is scheduled for May 2022, with no indication that it will be deferred. For those who have not already begun planning for the change, it is urgent to begin now or face exclusion from the European market.

March 30, 2021: EU IVDR Introduction (On-Demand Recording)

April 6, 2021: Quality Processes and Documentation
(On-Demand Recording)

April 13, 2021: Clinical Evidence & Surveillance (On-Demand Recording)

April 20, 2021: Supply Chain Management: Economic Operators, UDI, and Labeling (On-Demand Recording)

April 27, 2021: Strategy and Planning

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MedTech Library

How to create scalable connectivity ecosystems for in-hospital medical equipmentHow to create scalable connectivity ecosystems for in-hospital medical equipment

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