5 Medtech Business Predictions: Will 2016 Be Like Last Year?

Posted in Medical Device Business by Qmed Staff on January 13, 2016

2015 was the year medtech consolidated. Now, with less competition than the industry has had in recent memory, the medical device industry has been given a considerable cash influx in the form of a 2-year medical device tax repeal in the U.S. Will 2016 be characterized by seismic shifts? Probably not. But that doesn’t mean that everything will be the same...

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“Time may change me. But I can't trace time,” the late, great David Bowie sang in “Changes.” That sentiment seems especially apt for the medical device industry. On the one hand, medtech seems to be in a sort of tug-of-war situation, with one side dedicating itself to a business-as-usual approach and the other looking to entirely new technologies and business strategies.

So before you are swept away in the activities of 2016, here are five trends that experts think could especially fuel changes in medtech this year—trends that the editors here at Qmed are going to be keeping an eye on.

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