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The 5 Key Segments for the Growing Internet of Medical Things Industry

One of the fastest-growing markets in healthcare technology is the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). This term refers to medical devices with network connectivity that are able to communicate with each other as well as healthcare information technology systems. The effective use of IoMT promises to reduce the number of unnecessary hospital visits and provide… Continue Reading

Will the Future of COVID-19 Vaccinations Involve a Nasal Spray?

The COVID-19 pandemic sparked the rapid development of new vaccine technologies in a matter of months. For the first time in history, vaccines using synthetic messenger RNA (mRNA) technology were created. However, administrating the vaccine has proven more difficult for a number of reasons. For example, Pfizer’s vaccine must be kept at -70 degrees Celsius,… Continue Reading

No-Contact Medical PPE Dispenser Receives Multibillion-Dollar Investment

Healthcare startups are introducing new ideas that could redefine the field in the United States and around the world. One company making headlines recently is Texas Medical Technology, whose subsidiary, iNitrile, has developed a system to dispense personal protective equipment (PPE) safely and reliably to end users. The iNitrile machine automates the process of putting… Continue Reading

6 Healthcare Startups Poised to Transform the Delivery of Care

Technological advancements are quickly reshaping the delivery of healthcare in the United States and beyond. Through new technology, it is possible to better triage potential health issues so that physicians can address the most serious cases first. In addition, technology is facilitating more remote treatments, which have been driven largely by the pressures of the… Continue Reading

What You Need to Know about the Potential Pitfalls of Wearable Devices

Wearable healthcare technologies have picked up a lot of momentum in recent years. Many of these technologies have developed enough reliability to be used as a clinical adjunct, such as the electrocardiogram feature of the Apple Watch. Furthermore, the pandemic necessitated new remote monitoring solutions. For example, Oura recently announced $100 million in Series-C funding… Continue Reading