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In this week’s episode of DeviceTalks Weekly, co-hosts Chris Newmarker and Tom Salemi dig into the recent successes by startups Circadia Health and Preceptis Medical, which both saw expedited approval from the FDA due to the pandemic.
Circadia Health earned a spot on this year’s “20 medical device startups you need to know” list.
Circadia CEO Fares Siddiqui discusses the quick approval that came for his company’s C100 system that uses radar to monitor respiratory function.
Preceptis Medical CEO Steve Anderson, meanwhile, explains why the agency – and he hopes payers – want to see his company’s ear-tube implanting system on the market.
We also visit with Heidi Dohse, senior program manager at Google’s Cloud Healthcare & Life Sciences organization, who will be leading the upcoming DeviceTalks Tuesday’s discussion about how medtech devices can use data to better serve its sickest patients.
Register for the free discussion here.
Dohse partners with physicians and researchers around the world to provide insights regarding the patient experience and ideas for engagement. She travels globally educating audiences on digital health, data and healthcare. On Tuesday, she’ll discuss.
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