MedTech Impact Expo & Conference Releases MedTech Ecosystem

MedTech Impact Expo & Conference Releases MedTech Ecosystem

- May 23, 2017

May 23, 2017 (Boca Raton, FL) –
MedTech Impact Expo & Conference, produced by Tarsus Group, has announced its release of the version one MedTech Ecosystem, providing the medical community a visual representation of the companies and solutions that are changing the landscape of patient care.

The MedTech Ecosystem provides an insider’s view of the landscape to help clinicians, hospital executives, and investors gain a holistic perspective of which tools are available for specific areas in healthcare and management.

“Medical technology is evolving at an exponential pace,” said RD Whitney, Executive Vice President of Tarsus Group, North America.

He added, “We recognized a need for clinicians, hospital executives, and investors to have an up-to-date resource guide in order to keep track of which companies are represented within the plethora of solution areas.”

The MedTech Ecosystem was produced to scale as the medical technology landscape grows, and future versions are planned to be released periodically. The version one release is comprised of twenty-five categories, including disease management, patient engagement, telemedicine, therapy and follow-up, data and security, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR), and others.

The MedTech Ecosystem is free for download at Companies that wish to be included can submit their information through the add/update listing form.

About MedTech Impact:

MedTech Impact Expo & Conference brings together clinicians, hospital executives, technology developers and manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and investors for a two-day dialogue that focuses on the advent and proliferation of medical technology; assessing its current developments, in addition to its future impact on the transformations in healthcare. Healthcare practitioners and professionals will be introduced to the latest technologies, products, and services that can track patient progress, assist with diagnoses, prevent and manage disease, and improve overall patient care.

The conference program will provide sessions that offer insight from thought-leaders in the field, coupled with lessons learned through case studies and peer-to-peer sharing of best-practices and protocols. Attendees will ultimately gain an increased understanding of the ways in which to harness technology, in order to increase practice efficiency and improve patient care. For more information and to register, visit

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