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The Future of Medical Technology

Your guide to medical technology and innovations in health care.

A Message from Medtech Canada

As the leading medical association representing Canada’s medtech industry, Mediaplanet asked Medtech Canada for their statement on COVID-19.

Innovative Therapies Offer Options for Heart Failure Patients

Read about the innovative heart failure therapies that are improving survival rates and quality of life, especially for patients in more advanced stages.

MRTs: At the Forefront of Canadian Health Care

Medical radiation technologists operate CT and PET scanners, MRIs, X-rays, and other diagnostic imaging technologies, and who provide radiation therapy.

How the Right Glucose Meter Helped This Woman Live Her Best Life

Freda Labianca was no stranger to diabetes, but when the busy mom and blogger was diagnosed with it herself 11 years ago, it still came as a shock.

Innovation Adoption in the Time of COVID-19 — And After

As we rush to improve access to technologies and treatments for COVID-19, our health care system is quickly embracing demand-side innovation policies.

Accelerating Innovation by Providing Access to Clinical Settings

Learn how providing access to clinical settings can encourage the development of innovative technologies and improve the overall health care system.

Mitigating the Risk of Mismanaged Head Injuries

Mismanaged concussions can lead to life-long consequences. HeadCheck Health’s tools aim to prevent this, and to champion better outcomes for brain trauma.

Real Time, Virtual Support For Health Professionals: An Ideal State In Digital Emergency Medicine

Emergency medical departments can leverage virtual tools to provide better resources and knowledge sharing for professionals, and improve patient outcomes.

How Medtech Could Help Improve Patient Outcomes

With a rapidly changing medical technology environment, Canadians are accessing innovative solutions that improve their overall wellness outcomes. Heart failure patients are no exception.

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