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What's New In MedTech & HealthTech (June 24)

Updated: Jul 3

Welcome to the June edition of What's New in MedTech & HealthTech! As the healthcare landscape evolves with transformative innovations, June 2024 has offered us an array of inspiring stories and groundbreaking achievements shaping the future of medicine. In this exciting issue, we present to you a handpicked selection of the most impactful news and developments, including:

  • Strategic Collaborations: These are not just partnerships but powerful alliances reshaping the healthcare industry. By uniting forces, we are revolutionising healthcare through synergistic partnerships and creative collaborations.

  • Key Investments: These investments are not just about money but about fostering growth and progress in MedTech and HealthTech. They highlight our industry's potential and bright future.

  • State-of-the-art Medical Devices: Showcasing cutting-edge technologies and devices that empower healthcare professionals and elevate patient experiences.

  • Digital Health Initiatives: Exploring the latest advancements in digital health, including telemedicine, remote patient monitoring, and AI, paving the way for a more connected and efficient healthcare ecosystem.

  • Evolving Regulatory Landscape: Updating you on critical policy changes, regulatory approvals, and their implications for MedTech and HealthTech organisations.

Join us on this exhilarating journey as we navigate through the rapidly progressing world of MedTech and HealthTech, shedding light on milestones that are revolutionising healthcare and amplifying the quality of care worldwide.

Portable Diagnostic Device for Early DVT Detection Secures €9.5 Million Funding.

A new EU-funded project worth €9.5 million is set to develop a portable diagnostic device for early detection of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). The PANDETECT project, with its potential to revolutionize patient care, aims to help physicians deliver timely and accurate diagnoses to patients at risk of DVT by combining multiple sensor technologies.


MedTech Startup Neuronostics Raises Over £2m in Oversubscribed Seed Funding Round. 

Neuronostics, a MedTech startup, has raised over £2m in an oversubscribed seed funding round. The company specialises in the development of cutting-edge technologies that aid in the early detection and diagnosis of epilepsy, reducing the time it takes for patients to receive treatment. Its innovative approach is sure to pique your interest.


Plaquetec Secures £6.4 million Investment led by Lord Moynihan of Chelsea.

Plaquetec, a company focused on developing diagnostics using Liquid Biopsy to detect complex disease signatures, has secured a £6.4 million investment led by Lord Moynihan of Chelsea. This funding will support the development of the Liquid Biopsy platform for early-stage coronary artery disease detection and personalised medicine.


Trending in AI and Digital Health.

Stay informed on the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Health trends, from patient monitoring to telemedicine. Uncover the insights driving the evolution of healthcare technology and redefining the industry landscape.


MHRA Announces Proposed Framework for International Recognition of Medical Devices.

The UK's Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has proposed a new framework focusing on the international recognition of medical devices. With this novel approach, regulatory approvals in certain countries could significantly reduce the time and cost of market entry for medical innovators, ultimately improving patient care.


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