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.
The hacker group Anonymous calls for internet activists to bombard Boston Children's Hospital with a flood of internet traffic to disrupt its online services, the same type of attack that has been known to knock out medical devices.
Officials at Boston Children's Hospital confirmed this week that they'd weathered some digital mayhem affecting the clinic's web services in the weeks following threats from the online hacker group Anonymous.
The hospital's website has faced some outages, but it's not clear that the disruptions are related to Anonymous and the group's public demands regarding a pediatric patient made a ward of the state, hospital officials said. The BCH website was intermittently in and out of service during the writing of this article.
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A new proposal by the US Food and Drug Administration would allow faster market authorization for some high-risk medical devices targeting diseases that cannot be treated by current approved technologies.