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Survey Finds 1/3 Of Device Firms Don't Measure The Cost Of Quality. Here's How A Case For Quality Initiative Might Help

A recent device industry survey shows that 33% of manufacturers are likely wasting money on quality efforts that are ineffective because they're not calculating the cost of quality. The survey comes under the auspices of a Case for Quality workgroup that is looking for best ways to engage leadership at device firms in quality activities. The group says it will use the survey results to inform its work as it pens a playbook of best practices for engaging leaders that will, among other things, stress the importance of knowing the cost of quality.

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Market Brief: The Global Market For Prostate Cancer Diagnostics Will Reach $460.5M In 2023

The global market for prostate cancer diagnostics is expected to see double-digit growth, reaching $460.5m in 2023 and is driven by new technologies, in particular liquid biopsies and new genetic marker tests, according to a new report by Informa's Meddevicetracker.

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FDA Approves Channel Medystems’ Cerene Endometrial Cryotherapy

Cerene is indicated for endometrial cryoablation in premenopausal women. Channel's PMA is based on 12-month results from the CLARITY trial, which showed procedural success with Cerene in about 77% of patients.

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Market Intel: Breast Imaging Market Driven By AI, Technological Innovation

The global market for breast cancer imaging and biopsy technologies is expected to reach $5.8bn by 2022, a CAGR of 5.9%, driven by innovation technologies and machine-learning tools that serve as "second readers" to help radiologists triage images and find cancers. Many radiologists believe that mammography will remain the most widely used screening tool, but that digital breast tomosynthesis will ultimately become the gold standard. Here's a close look at the overall breast imaging and biopsy market, highlighting different modalities and key players, and offering the real-world use perspective from three radiologists at Kaiser Permanente, San Diego.

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