Marion Webb has been writing about health care issues for nearly two decades as a full-time reporter and freelancer. As the senior business reporter for the San Diego Business Journal, Marion covered new medical innovations at San Diego’s top-ranking research institutions and the medical device and life sciences industry for nearly eight years. She’s also been a regular contributor to the Los Angeles County Medical Association’s Physician Magazine and Physicians News Network focusing on new technologies, practice management, reimbursement and other trendy issues relevant to physician practices and their ability to succeed. She remains fascinated by the ever-growing numbers of innovative products coming out of the medtech sector, from potentially life-saving devices to help treat patients who otherwise wouldn’t have access to medical care to breakthrough technologies that benefit mankind. Marion earned her BA in communications from UC San Diego and continues to enjoy an active lifestyle in San Diego.
Latest From Marion Webb
Lilly announced it signed strategic international agreements with four diabetes companies to advance connected solutions and streamline care for people with diabetes in markets outside of the US.
BD believes the independent new company will create shareholder value and is part of the BD 2025 growth strategy.
Omron is implementing its new VitalSight platform to physicians, hospitals for remote monitoring of high-risk hypertension patients at 50 US institutions and internationally.
In this week’s podcast, Medtech Insight's Barnaby Pickering features Finnish start-up GlucoModicum, which created a way to measure blood glucose levels without using needles. Managing editor Marion Webb discusses her latest Market Intel, which highlights three companies that developed technologies to help surgeons collaborate with remote surgical experts, including medical device specialists.
Medtronic teamed up with Surgical Theater to integrate its SyncAR technology with its StealthStation S8 surgical navigation platform to help neurosurgeons navigate complex brain surgeries.
In this first part of a three-part series on the “Future of Surgery” we introduce three companies that developed telehealth platforms allowing for virtual collaborations during live surgeries. The second part will discuss AI, VR and AR in the OR.