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Randy Barko, President & CEO recently sat down with RI Public Radio's Dave Fallon...

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When Industrial Designer Ayan Bhandari set out to compete in the Global Health Track at MIT’s Grand Hack 2015: Hacking Medicine event, he had no idea how much the industrial design experience and user advocacy that he employs daily at Ximedica would assist his efforts.

What is an interaction designer? How does this role relate to medical? Read on...

Earlier this week, Ximedica's Vice President of Business Development, Juli Denny attended and exhibited at the MobCon Digital Health Conference in Minneapolis, MN. As the Business Development point person for our Twin Cities office, Juli was interviewed by KSTP Channel 5's Health Expert, Archelle Georgiou, MD about the services offered by Ximedica as well as some of the innovative new technologies we're currently developing in-house. Watch the whole video below to learn more about the MobCon event, or skip to 1:27 to see Juli's segment.

During a week in China conducting in-home interviews to better understand use environments for medical devices I was struck, like others before me, by the contrast between the grime outside the homes and their immaculate interiors.

Thinking outside of the box – or literally, outside of the product itself – has helped recent innovators discover expanded navigation solutions for otherwise tiny devices.

Watch interview between Aidan Petrie, Chief Innovation Officer, and Tim Reha at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.

The med tech industry is in in a period of massive change driven by several significant forces; the need to cut cost, the rise of a connected and informed patient population and a significant lag in technology adoption.

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