Robin Farmanfarmaian is a professional speaker, entrepreneur and angel investor actively involved in investing and advancing digital health companies poised to impact large populations. MedTech sat down with Ms. Farmanfarmaian to discuss the future of digital health.
In recent years, venture capitalists, technology developers, and medical providers alike have begun tapping into a long-neglected demographic: women’s health. Dubbed by industry insiders as ‘FemTech,’ the growing sub-market encompasses software, diagnostic tools, wearable trackers, and additional online services that utilize digital technology to improve women’s health.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued preliminary guidance pinpointing cybersecurity concerns that manufacturers should consider when developing medical devices.
How can hospitals increase capacity without expanding building space, improve physician productivity without adding to work hours, and minimize patient wait-times while increasing the number of incoming patients? A growing number of medical centers claim to have found these solutions through a new, innovative form of digital management: hospital command centers.
Radio Frequency Identification is a technology that uses radio waves for data collection and transfer, often without human intervention—and it is being increasingly used by healthcare organizations to potentially reduce risk.
A team of researchers at the University of Illinois have come up with a microscope system that can image living tissue in real time and in molecular detail, without any chemicals or dyes. The new technology could boost cancer study.