Medical Devices EIIR (Engineering, IoT, Industry 4.0 and R&D) Trends Q4 2019

How are medical device enterprises leveraging EIIR providers? (Deals/Contracts/ Partnerships)

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    A leading US-based pharmaceuticals & bio-tech company has chosen HCL as their scale agile digital transformation partner. HCL is engaged to transform the product landscape and modernize the platform – API First and Micro-Services based approach – with the intent to improve the user experience while performing technology upgrades. The scope of the engagement includes development of new features and functionalities in core admin, billing, claims, settlement, risk and quality area.

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    A medical technology company has awarded LTTS a multi-year program to set up a global team to support the customer’s manufacturing operations worldwide. LTTS will provide next-generation software that will help digitally transform the customer’s end-end systems and processes.

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    LTTS has secured the next phase of development of a digital health program for one of the top life sciences companies in the US. LTTS will integrate the customer’s new range of glucose monitoring devices to physician portals and handheld devices.

How are medical device enterprises organizing their EIIR activities? (GICs/ R&D Best Practices/Solutions)

How are medical device EIIR providers developing their solutions and capabilities?

Medical device industry news

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    The first US clinical trial of in-brain chip is underway.

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    Stryker to buy Wright Medical for $4 Billion to increase its foothold in orthopedic segment.

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    Living skin can now be 3D-Printed with blood vessels included. Development is significant step toward skin grafts that can be integrated into patient’s skin. A great milestone.

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    Amazon acquires start-up Health Navigator, its first health-related purchase since PillPack

Medical device resources: consultant/ analyst updates

Pareekh Jain

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