ovidVR, an innovative enterprise, announces its entrance to the Surgical Training sector with its game-changing Virtual Reality Surgical Training products.
Forbes – VR isn’t just the bleeding edge of entertainment, it’s also a tool taking the healthcare industry by storm, everywhere from the emergency room to the therapist’s office.
Smithsonian – Doctors and engineers at the University of Maryland team up to build a tool that projects images and vital information right above a patient.
MD&DI – A digital health innovator discusses how voice platforms are being used in the hospital and home today and what healthcare services may soon be possible using the technology.
MassDevice – Virtual reality is no longer just for pilots to simulate flying – or for more realistic gaming experiences. Virtual reality is helping to shape the healthcare industry by offering immersive programs to help train surgeons and students for a variety of surgical procedures.
Modern Healthcare – No matter how you size it up, what the U.S. spends each year on healthcare is a lot of money. That’s why there’s near-universal agreement that, no matter what happens in Washington over the next few years, the pressure on healthcare providers to transform the delivery system into one that achieves better outcomes at lower costs in a more patient- and consumer-friendly way will only grow more intense.
The Star – The future of medicine has always seemed out there, as fantastical as Star Trek’s fictional “tricorders.” But in the realm of diagnostics, cutting-edge innovation is rapidly drawing this future within arm’s reach of today’s patients, professionals and health-care system.
When someone goes into cardiac arrest, survival depends on how quickly the heart can be restarted. Enter Amazon’s Echo, a voice-driven computer that answers to the
As I outlined in my open letter to regulators, the long-term sustainability of healthcare systems could be solved by automation powered by digital health technologies,
Say the term ‘power suit’ and most people think of bold corporate attire. But the expression takes on new meaning when it refers to a
In many industries, the advance of robotics has created worries about robots supplanting humans. But in the world of surgery, the next generation of robotics
Researchers from South Korea have engineered a strain of bacteria that infiltrates tumors and fools the body’s immune system into attacking cancer cells. In experiments,
This year marks the 10th edition of our World’s Most Innovative Companies ranking. Our reporting team sifts through thousands of enterprises each year, searching for those
3D printing has had and will continue to have impacts on many areas. One of the most hotly anticipated areas for 3D printing to impact
Robots are the new usurpers. There is a consensus that sly animatronics are coming for all of our jobs, no matter how skilled. First stop,
Digital hospitals provide an incredible opportunity for the health care industry to improve their quality and safety of patient care significantly. Digital hospitals would support
The market for medical devices historically has been dominated by big-ticket “physician preference items” such as artificial joints, spinal implants, and cardiac pacemakers. Venture capital
Congressional legislation was introduced today looking to permanently repeal the medical device tax. The Protect Medical Innovation Act of 2017, sponsored by Rep. Erik Paulsen (R.-Minn.)
The healthcare industry has enthusiastically adopted innovative technology, ranging from robotic pill dispensers to AI systems that organise medical data. Automated records, IoT, 3D printing
Health care is an industry in need of innovation. Health plans, providers, life sciences companies, and the government are facing rising costs and inconsistent outcomes.