Tag Archives: medical technology

BrainScope Provides Neurotech Devices to Army Medics, Clinicians

BrainScope has delivered more than 170 handheld medical devices and more than 7.5K headsets to help the U.S. Army assess service members who may have experienced a mild traumatic brain injury. The company said Tuesday its BrainScope One technology uses electroencephalogram and other quantitative parameters to examine functional abnormalities and structural injuries that …

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Masimo Wins 5-Year DLA Pulse Oximeter Supply Contract

Masimo has won a five-year, $35.6 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide pulse oximeters to the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps and federal civilian agencies. The DLA Troop Support received 85 offers for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a competitive acquisition process, the Defense Department said Friday Work will take place …

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Philips, MIT Alliance to Explore Medical Tech, Connected Lighting; Henk van Houten Comments

Royal Philips has agreed to partner with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop medical technologies that seek to detect and treat cardiovascular disease, cancer and other conditions while reducing healthcare costs. Under the five-year, $25 million research alliance, the company will transfer its research facility to Cambridge, Massachusetts, and …

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ASM’s John Bukartek Comments on $300M Tricare IT IDIQ

ASM Research will compete for task orders on a potential $300 million information technology contract with the Tricare Management Activity, the company announced Thursday. Northrop Grumman also holds a spot on the five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. ASM’s team will work to develop medical information solutions for service members and veterans, Vice …

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FCC Hosts Forum to Discuss Health IT

Healthcare, technology, government and academic experts will convene to explore ways government can ensure the safety and reliability of wireless broadband-enabled medical devices while increasing their availability to consumers and healthcare providers, the Federal Communications Commission announced yesterday. Held in Washington, D.C., July 26-27, the meeting will feature panel and …

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