Consumers Are Willing to Pay a Premium for User-Friendly Drug-Delivery Devices, Survey Shows

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

A survey on how a drug delivery device's usability affects patient compliance shows that users are willing to pay a slight premium for a more user-friendly device and that they are taking a more active role in choosing a drug delivery device when more than one option is available. Healthcare ...

Healthcare Advances Will Have Greatest Technological Impact on People’s Lives, Says Survey

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

[caption id="attachment_18032" align="alignleft" width="350" caption="Which area of technological development do you think will have the most influence on your life in the next 50 years? Click to enlarge."][/caption] Is telemedicine finally reaching its tipping point? A comprehensive feature article in the August 2010 issue of Clinica (subscription required to access content) ...

UK Tech Development Company Introduces Low-Cost Near-Patient Disease Detector

Monday, September 6th, 2010

[caption id="attachment_17458" align="alignleft" width="250" caption="Think Tricorder of Star Trek fame: the CliniHub device developed by Cambridge Consultants in conjunction with Xen Biosciences Inc. uses Time Resolved Fluorescence technology to test for cancer and other diseases."][/caption] "There have been immense advances in surgical and pharmaceutical technology in recent years,” says Simon ...

New Clinical Trials Service Based on the Bayesian Method

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Cambridge Consultants, a technology product design and development company, has announced it is to offer a new consultancy service for medical device clinical trials that will save clients time and money through a more effective method of analysing trial data. This news follows the announcement of the US Food and ...

Technology Is the Key to Future Drug Delivery

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

There is growing market potential for the integration of electronic functionality into devices that will improve patient outcomes, says a report issued by Cambridge Consultants. The report, “2020: A New Drug Delivery Landscape,” provides a summary of the proceedings of two workshops that were hosted by Cambridge Consultants and attended by ...

The Connected Patient Concept on Display in Lisbon

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

Cambridge Consultants is displaying its Vena wireless healthcare device platform, which implements the standards selected by the Continua Health Alliance, at the Respiratory Drug Delivery Europe 2009 conference in Lisbon, Portugal, on 19-22 May 2009. The company is making Vena available as a reference design at a fixed price for ...

Cambridge Consultants Hits the Road to Drive Innovation

Sunday, May 10th, 2009

Product design and development company Cambridge Consultants has announced that it is accepting registrations for its Innovation Insights road show. The event will make pit stops in London, Newbury and Manchester next month to demonstrate how companies can stare down the recession by turning innovation into profit. In the current economic climate, business leaders ...

Developing Better-Connected Medical Devices

Friday, January 2nd, 2009

In the age of nearly omnipresent WiFi, iPods, and smartphones, people have come to expect connectivity from many electronic devices. Why then, is it rare for medical devices to be able to communicate with each other? After all, interoperable medical devices could help reduce medical errors and help doctors better ...