Reed focuses on new technology development, including clinical trials and investment start-up companies. He has been covering medical technology since joining Medtech Insight predecessor Gray Sheet in 2000, and also covered cardiovascular technology for theheart.org and drug industry compliance issues for HCPro. Reed has a BA in religion from the College of William & Mary and an MA in Philosophy of Religion from Boston University. He lives and works in his hometown of State College, Pennsylvania.
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Medtech Insight followed-up with Cordis CEO Shar Matin to talk about the company’s path forward as an innovative intervention company following the acquisition of MedAlliance.
In this month’s Digital Health Roundup, Medtech Insight’s Marion Webb provides highlights from the recent HLTH conference in Las Vegas. Reed Miller and Barnaby Pickering offer an overview of the highly competitive diabetes tech market. We also talk about digital health in Germany and Europe.
One-year data from a randomized controlled trial showed Zimmer Biomet’s mymobility app paired with the Apple Watch can effectively guide rehabilitation following knee-replacement surgery.
The company reported in October that it was reviewing its portfolio and would offer more details on its future plans in January. Wells Fargo analysts expect Baxter to split its fast-growing connected care business from its lower-margin hospital-based therapeutics products.
Results from two industry-supported clinical trials published in the last week offer more support for treating atrial fibrillation with catheter ablation rather than medication alone.
The six-month results from SPYRAL HTN ON MED trial of Medtronic’s Symplicity Spyral renal denervation system did not meet its primary endpoint, but the company and analysts expect the FDA will still approve Symplicity Spyral as the first renal denervation system available in the US to treat uncontrolled hypertension.