Among emerging markets in the medical device industry, China stands apart for its exceptionally rapid growth. From 2004 to 2014, healthcare spending in China has expanded from $90.8 billion to just over $590 billion. With FDA News declaring recently that opportunities in China are “better than ever,” major medical device manufacturers are scrambling to carve out their space in the burgeoning… Read More
Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and BlueSkye Track are pleased to announce the launch of a new global collaboration with Medpoint University, a division of Medpoint, LLC, a leading provider of quality, regulatory, and clinical consulting and training services. The new partnership will support the establishment of an Online Global Campus to serve the needs of professionals and participants seeking certifications in the… Read More
Is your business challenged by a complex and ever changing global regulatory environment? Medpoint can help! Preparing your business to be compliant to game changing requirements can be overwhelming. Medpoint has experts that can help you assess, plan, and implement strategies to effectively and efficiently stay ahead of emerging regulations and standards. Prepare your organization for Medical Device Single Audit… Read More
Medpoint is seeking Quality Engineering candidates interested in contract work or permanent placement opportunities in various locations. We have a need for all levels of expertise. Experience in Medical Device and Pharmaceutical industries is preferred, but Quality Engineers with experience in other industries are also welcome. For consideration, please submit your information and CV via our website, https://lnkd.in/dbXzDYz.
In a move that pharmaceutical companies are sure watch closely, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine officially filed a lawsuit on May 31 against Purdue Pharma L.P., Johnson & Johnson, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Allergan PLC, and Endo International PLC’s Endo Health Solutions Unit. The suit alleges that the practices of these companies, particularly their marketing of opioid pain killers, are… Read More
When it comes to health, prevention is naturally preferred to treatment. For stroke victims, recent medical device advances are providing the hope of preventing future attacks. Both the Watchman (approved for Boston Scientific by the FDA in 2015) and the Amplatzer PFO Occluder (approved for St. Jude in 2016) work to stop blood clots from reaching the heart and are… Read More
In 2016, the ever rising cost of healthcare generated some of the most intense public and political debates. Perhaps in no way was this better summarized than the sudden – and shocking – rise in the price of the EpiPen, a life-saving device dispensing epinephrine for the severely allergic. From a price of $100 in 2007, the cost skyrocketed to… Read More
Additive manufacturing, more commonly referred to as 3D Printing, appears set to have a major impact on medical device manufacturing. Pricing on the printers themselves has dropped steadily over the last several years, even while the technology behind them has become more refined.
There’s no doubt by now you’ve seen people staring at their smartphones in search of the fictional creatures from Pokémon. Behind the technology of this gaming sensation is opportunity within the medical industry. MDDI online has identified several applications for such technology: Patient Monitoring, PTSD Therapy, Prosthesis Training, Easing Patients’ Anxiety, Concussion Diagnosis, Vision Correction, Surgical Planning, and Surgical Training…. Read More
Nearly a month after the official British vote to leave the EU – also known as the Brexit – the decision still dominates the daily news. There has been a great deal of debate on the impact this will have on the British economy, but one area that could face particular difficulties is the pharmaceutical, medical device, and clinical research… Read More