The influx of technology into clinical environments brings with it exciting opportunities and results driven data. Health Information Technology (HIT) continues to be a heavy area of investment in the health care industry. But what is the return on investment for this technology, and what are we able to do or learn as a result of this investment?… Click here to read more.
As the world moves towards an “always connected” status, the benefits of developing wearable technology for medical advancement are many. Wearable technology is an important innovation for medical care because it allows for the non-invasive care and monitoring of patients. This monitoring has the potential to revolutionize clinical trials, leading to the development of better, more effective treatments. Join eComp and the Medical Development Group as we discuss ways to address unmet medical needs in this area and the processes by which you can strategize to fulfill this need critical need.… Click here to read more.
As value based care begins to take hold, successfully introducing innovation requires a more systemic approach involving multiple disciplines. In order to help address clinical need, develop a compelling product and then sell into a critical care setting, the session will discuss innovation in advanced life saving pump technologies for context.… Click here to read more.
Counterfeit medical devices and pharmaceuticals remain an on-going concern for industry professionals and law enforcement alike. Vigilance and communication remain paramount to achieving patient safety. Join eComp October 17th at the Thomas O’Neill Federal Building as we discuss ways to keep counterfeit medical products from reaching our most vulnerable citizens. Hosted by the Food and Drug Administration and Homeland Security Investigations, this in-depth symposium will share the latest tools, practices and law enforcement efforts to combat counterfeit medical devices and pharmaceuticals.… Click here to read more.
Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technology has grown by leaps and bounds since its wide-spread introduction in 2015. While this technology has many entertainment applications, the potential for innovations in patient care, recovery, and surgery is an exciting prospect. Join eComp at the Medical Development Show on October 4th 2017 as we explore the benefits, limitations and capabilities of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality technology. Industry experts are on hand with try-out stations to show just how Augmented/Virtual Reality is poised to change the face of the medical industry from patient care to clinical applications. eComp will be at the forum representing asicNorth, Monzite and Eaton Power Solutions. asicNorth is a privately held corporation committed to producing the very best VLSI Design Services and silicon solutions, with a focus on their Internet of Things development ecosystem for custom devices. Monzite is an innovative design house that builds subcomponents for a range of applications, including sensors, imaging and microbolometer products for the scientific and medical market. We are also available to discuss a variety of Eaton power management solutions in order to secure always-on power for essential electrical systems and data services to maximize patient safety and comfort.
In recent years, the prevalence of brain and spinal cord injuries in athletes, both amateur and professional, has highlighted the need to understand the causes and consequences of these injuries. Join eComp and the Medical Development Group on September 13th at Regis College for an extended forum exploring recent insights into these injuries. With a panel of experts instrumental in defining and relieving the consequences of these devastating injuries, the forum will discuss methods for industry response in a way that returns hope to patients and their families. eComp will be at the forum representing asicNorth, Monzite and Eaton Power Solutions. asicNorth is a privately held corporation committed to producing the very best VLSI Design Services and silicon solutions, with a focus on their Internet of Things development ecosystem for custom devices. Monzite is an innovative design house that builds subcomponents for a range of applications, including sensors, imaging and microbolometer products for the scientific and medical market. We are also available to discuss a variety of Eaton power management solutions in order to secure always-on power for essential electrical systems and data services to maximize patient safety and comfort.
As Americans age, new developments in technology are necessary to help facilitate patient care and meet the needs of the elderly. The MDG forum Emerging Models for Elder Care through Technology and Innovation is endeavoring to bring key health care professionals and organizations together to help discuss methods we can adapt and transform health care delivery systems. Stop by the eComp booth on May 1st, 2017 at Regis College in Weston MA between 5:30PM and 8:30PM to meet with our team.… Click here to read more.
As more wearable personal medical devices permeate healthcare, the challenge of creating a reliable, FDA approvable application or device must be met head-on. From the physical device or software app to cloud data management for analysis, the MDG forum on Wearables For Patient Driven Healthcare is bringing together key experts to talk about the various factors introduced by this new trend. Stop by the eComp booth on March 1st, 2017 at Regis College in Weston MA between 5:30PM and 8:30PM to meet with our team.… Click here to read more.
5 ways Document Inspections Can Verify Suspect Counterfeit Parts When we think about ‘counterfeit mitigation’, we often imagine specialized equipment such as a SEM (scanning electron microscope) or X-ray machines. But every counterfeit mitigation job starts with one critical step that helps identify suspect parts: a document inspection. During document inspections, eComp inspects supplied documentation to ensure that all required documents are included. We also examine the documentation for originality and applicability to the delivered material. Some key areas of the inspection include, but are not limited to:… Click here to read more.
Join eComp Feburary 1st 2017 at the Medical Development Group Forum at Regis College to discuss ingenious application of available technology that offers vast improvements in medical diagnosis and treatment. Led by industry leaders, this forum is ideal for innovators, entrepreneurs, care-givers and anyone interested in new developments and new ways to use current technology.… Click here to read more.