About Us – Medical Technology
Medical Technology is a digital magazine for the medical device industry. Published in an exciting, interactive format and available to read for free on the web and on iPads, this magazine brings together the latest news, market insights and technological developments from the industry. Looking at all areas of healthcare, from prevention and monitoring to diagnosis and treatment, we keep an eye on new research and innovation in materials, electronics, devices, manufacturing technologies, packaging and the supply chain – all you need as a professional in the medical industry to keep up to date with the latest developments in your field. Produced by an experienced team with a strong background in B2B publishing and delivered to a global audience of decision-makers through our expansive industry network, Medical Technology is essential reading material for healthcare industry professionals and an ideal platform for suppliers to showcase their products and services.
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January 2018 Top
Issue 5 – January 2018
In this issue: Innovations in cochlear implants, a new method to grow bone from stem cells, insights into early stage med tech funding, and all the latest comment and analysis from GlobalData’s healthcare experts.
September 2017 Top
Issue 4 – November 2017
In this issue: The world’s smallest surgical robot, designing medical devices for emerging markets, tackling drug adherence with connected technologies, and the latest comment and analysis from GlobalData’s healthcare team.
September 2017 Top
Issue 3 – September 2017
In this issue: Securing the future of the UK medical device sector after Brexit, artificial intelligence for brain scan analysis, voice recognition technology for clinical trials, plus the latest market insight and comment from GlobalData.
July 2017 Top
Issue 2 – July 2017
In this issue: Applications for wearable health trackers in clinical trials, eye implants for retinitis pigmentosa, a new business model for 3D printed prosthetics, and the latest comment and analysis from GlobalData’s healthcare analysts.