It's Time for Medtech to Turn Digital

Posted by Pete Masloski on May 10, 2018

The digital health industry has had its share of hype over the years. Remember when fitness trackers were the next greatest thing, and billions of dollars were flooding through venture capitalists into new digital health startups that were going to make us all eat better and exercise more? Well, we know how that turned out: Fitbit recently announced its seventh consecutive quarter of year-over-year revenue declines as well as several new partnerships designed to bake their wearables into more comprehensive health management programs. It turns out that it takes a lot more than a clever device to change behavior. 


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Connected Health, Wearables and Continued Medtech Evolution

Posted by Tobi Laczkowski on June 15, 2016


Less than a year ago, I blogged about
a potential future state of “sexy” medical devices that could revolutionize the traditional medical device world via a combination of patient preference products and razor/razor blade marketing approaches. Even though it has only been a few months since that discussion, several promising technologies have already rushed in to experiment in that space. They are collectively trying a variety of payment models, all aiming to determine the appropriate business strategy.


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Five Predictions for Medtech in 2016

Posted by Brian Chapman on December 16, 2015

The holidays are the perfect time for reflection. It’s time to think about the year and the accomplishments of the past, and especially to contemplate the future. It’s in this spirit that I want to offer my five predictions for medtech in 2016.


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