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Digital Therapeutics: Utilizing Data to Manage Chronic Disease

Digital Therapeutics: Utilizing Data to Manage Chronic Disease

July 07, 2020
Digital therapeutics are the next evolution in the digital health paradigm shift – which is clearly supported by the massive amount of VC support these companies are receiving. Chronic disease ...
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Neuromodulation Devices: A Modern Approach to the Management of Neurological Disease

February 14, 2020

The limitations, and ineffectiveness, of pharmaceutically managing neurological disease has created opportunities for medtech to improve patients’ lives. In the 1960s the first neuromodulation device, a deep brain stimulator (DBS), …


Point-of-Care Diagnostics

January 28, 2020

Innovations in diagnostic technologies are reducing time to results, improving outcomes, and saving time and money for patients and healthcare providers Authors: Madison Graham and Nicholas Talamantes In the point-of-care …


Angioplasty Catheters: A Staple in Interventional Cardiology

December 10, 2019

Angioplasty catheters remain an essential tool in the interventional cardiologist’s toolkit for the treatment of severe cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a serious problem in the US that affects …


Healthcare Appointment Scheduling Solutions: Simplifying the Process for Patients and Providers

December 02, 2019

Innovative solutions are being developed to streamline the process of scheduling appointments with healthcare providers, but challenges exist that hinder widespread adoption There are nearly 900 million visits to physicians …


“Build a Better Mousetrap & The World will Beat a Path to Your Door”…?

October 25, 2019

Author: Aaron Call, Principal at Jaunt LLC Innovation without Commercialization means the World may never know what’s behind Your Door. Market Validation predicts their connection. Ralph Waldo Emerson’s well-known promise[1] …


Liquid Embolics: A Small Market with Big Potential

August 15, 2019

Author: Nick Talamantes, Market Intelligence Manager at Jaunt LLC New products must look to expanding indications and reducing costs in order to capture adoption The history of embolotherapy dates back …