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News We're Watching: Layoffs At Illumina, Canary's Heart Sensor; SCS To Help Amputees; Samsung's Apnea Monitor
Medtech Insight's News We're Watching highlights a few medtech industry developments we are following: Illumina will lay off 111 people from its San Diego headquarters as it comes to grips with the impending Grail divestiture; a team of researchers have devised a way to use spinal cord stimulators to give amputees "feeling" in a leg that is no longer there; Samsung earns FDA de novo for sleep apnea monitor.
The annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference includes presentations from major medtech companies describing their experience in 2021 and expectations for 2022 as they continue to cope with the impact of the Omicron surge. Here are some of the highlights from the presentations on the second day of the meeting.
As Omicron further destabilizes the medtech space, potentially mirroring the spring of 2020, some executives shared with Medtech Insight their views on what will hopefully be a bumper year for the sector.
The pathway is used to clear class I and II products that don’t have a predicate device, including many innovative technologies. The original draft rule came out in 2018.
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