The device can be used at home or in the hospital and tracks small and large infant motions.
The designation is granted to novel medical devices.
The companies are leveraging health tech and real-world evidence to accelerate the process.
The facility uses leading-edge tech to improve the commercialization of novel drugs.
The technology uses denoising to improve a scanner’s image quality.
The collab seeks to use a portable, low-cost MRI scanner to increase access for neurology patients.
The technology can help nudge clinicians to make more informed prescribing decisions.
Real-world evidence should complement, not replace the trials, a recent study revealed.
The partnership could improve the patient and provider experience.
And health systems are investing more in the technology.

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