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.
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Theradaptive's “paint-like” regenerative therapeutic can be applied to any device to promote bone regrowth or regenerate tissue.
In a 28 March FAQ document, the US agency cautions manufacturers on the 3D printing of medical devices to address the shortage of ventilators and other medical supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.
The nation's leading telehealth advocate group expects CMS will provide additional support for telemedicine to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
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US telehealth companies are seeing skyrocketing demand for devices and services, which offers opportunities and challenges during this COVID-19 crisis.
In this episode of our weekly podcast, Medtech Insight managing editor Marion Webb talks with deputy editor Reed Miller about her story on US hospitals canceling elective surgeries to preserve critical resources in response to COVID-19, and hospitals joining forces with medtechs to find rapid technological solutions to keep patients and caregivers healthy.