Medtech icon Dr. Tom Fogarty tells MassDevice.com about his unconventional path from upstart tinkerer in the suburbs of Cincinnati to healthcare celebrity in the heart of Silicon Valley, in Part 1 of a 3-part series.
SinuSys CEO Thomas Schreck and CMO Dr. Jerome Hester tell MassDevice.com how they hope to replace sinus surgery with a simple, in-office procedure and how a doctor and his patient formed a company together.
A new survey of U.S. physicians finds substantial differences in the rate of pay for men and women in the profession, but the gap appears to be closing.
MASSDEVICE ON CALL — A new survey of more than 24,000 U.S. physicians found major disparities in income between male and female doctors, although it's a gap that appears to be narrowing.
Male doctors in 2013 earned about 23.6% more than their female counterparts, taking home an average of $267,000, compared with female doctors' average take-home of $225,000. That gap was larger in 2010, with male doctors' salaries about 28% higher than women's.
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Medtronic touts positive data from a pair of clinical trials for its Endurant stent graft for treating abdominal aortic aneurysms.
Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) said data from a pair of clinical trials evaluating its Endurant stent graft for abdominal aortic aneurysms "affirm the Endurant stent graft's durable, consistent and proven outcomes."
A Virginia podiatrist is sentenced to jail time for lying to a grand jury about her involvement in a scheme to defraud Medicare by collecting reimbursement for procedures using Orthofix's bone growth stimulator.
Virginia podiatrist Dr. Ilene Terrell drew a jail sentence yesterday for lying to federal investigators probing Orthofix International (NSDQ:OFIX) and its bone-growth stimulators.