Got five minutes? Here are the top articles making headlines this week across the medical devices sector! From worries around a potential six-month goods disruption in the face of a no-deal Brexit, to NICE’s new standards for digital tech, and from the predicted value of global hi-tech medical devices to the British government assisting Indian healthcare with AI, take a look!
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The supply of goods into the UK could be disrupted for up to six months in a 'no deal' Brexit scenario, the UK government has warned.
New standards, published today, set out the requirements needed to develop digital health technologies for the NHS and speed uptake of products like healthcare apps and wearable devices.
Doctors groups concerned about prescriptions being changed without GP input and lack of time to consider impacts of contingencies.
Global Hi-Tech Medical Devices market accounted for $25.15 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $252.04 billion by 2026 growing at a CAGR of 29.2% during the forecast period.
The British government is in talks with the Indian government to assist them in healthcare with the help of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data for quicker healthcare solutions.