Medtech Themes for 2001
by Daniel T. Lemaitre, Katherine A. Martinelli, Timothy J. Lee, and Suzanne L. Levine
Medical device firms are following a Wall Street formula for success: consolidate, integrate, leverage-repeat.
Surgery: The Future Is Now
by Tracy A. Schaaf
Surgical robotics are on the cusp of revolutionizing operative capabilities, according to surgeons and device manufacturers.
Interview by Greg Freiherr
John Padfield, PhD, CEO of Nycomed Amersham Imaging, on reinventing a global corporation to meet future demands in healthcare.
IPO Class of 2000
by Jason Brillantes and David DuBois
Ten medtech companies went public in 2000. Here's how they're faring, and what their performance means for future debuts. .
BUSINESS PLANNING & TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
the Greatest Value from Your Board
by Stacey L. Bell
The best boards do more than govern; here's how to help ensure that your board adds true value to the bottom line.
Thomas K. Paterson
To create a reputation for innovative products, company leaders first have to build a company culture that supports innovation.
GOVERNMENTAL & LEGAL AFFAIRS
Company Information Public
by Ethna M. S. Piazza and Michael A. Henry
A new SEC regulation limits selective disclosure of information by public
E-Learning in the Medtech Industry
by Kevin H. Nalty and David Osborn
When it comes to medical technologies, there's a lot to learnand a lot of innovative modalities for learning it.
Changing Face of E-Healthcare
by Flora Nguyen
Is healthcare too complicated for an Internet-based supply-chain solution? Here's what manufacturers should expect in 2001.
Solutions for Medtech Manufacturers
by Cliff Henke
Part 1: The IT Lexicon
Software-based tools can streamline your company's business processesbut you'll never know until you learn to speak IT.
ADVERTISING, DISTRIBUTION, & SALES
Global Internet Healthcare Marketing
by Patricia Malone
To ensure success, healthcare marketing professionals should make their Internet-based marketing efforts part of a branded strategy.