Modern Computing Spurs New MedTech Opportunities: Talk

Randy Horton
Randy Horton
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The global MedTech community gathered for the MedTech Conference on October 24-26 in Boston, MA, hosted by Advamed. Orthogonal’s Randy Horton collaborated with Sub Datta, Delphine Zurkiya and Josh Copp from McKinsey & Company on a session at the conference.

This Is Not Your Grandmother’s Medical Device: What Happens When Medical Device Software, Data and Connectivity Spurs New MedTech Business and Regulatory Strategies?” explored the cloud, AI/ML, FHIR, web services integration and other modern computing technologies, and how incorporating these technologies into our Software as a Medical Device (SaMD), Digital Therapeutics (DTx) and connected medical device systems create new business opportunities, as well as new challenges.

This session packed 3+ hours of actionable insights into just 75 minutes, through a dynamic combination of presentations and a panel discussion with industry leaders and pioneers:

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