Diabetes SaMD: Important
Considerations for Developing
Successful Interoperable Solutions

Diabetes is a condition that requires significant management. It is this extraordinary workload that has many people with diabetes turning to high-tech devices to help them manage their health and keep their blood sugars within a more normal range. This trend toward a greater reliance on personal medical technology is growing throughout the medical industry. In fact, MarketsandMarkets has projected that the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) market will grow at a compound annual rate […]

CGM Applications Beyond Diabetes Monitoring

Continuous glucose monitors have left the world of diabetes care and entered a new niche in the fitness market. But the usefulness of CGMs in people without diabetes still has not been fully realized. Find out what opportunities exist in this growing niche and how innovative companies like yours can capitalize on them.

New Trends in Wearable Medical Devices

From patches that can sense multiple metabolic and hemodynamic parameters to CGMs meant for non-diabetics, wearable medical devices are entering a new phase. Here, we look at current products in the works and what else might be on the horizon.

The What, Why, and How of Diabetes-Tech Interoperability

In today’s market, diabetes technology needs to come with a high degree of interoperability. In this article, we look at what interoperability is, why it is so important, and how you can create software and devices readymade to connect.

Global Harmonization of Med-Tech Quality Guidelines

Creating medical technology for the world market requires meeting various regulations set forth by different governing bodies. Here we look at how global harmonization of med-tech quality guidelines has made this process easier and where divergences still exist.