S3 Connected Health of Dublin at MEDICA 2020 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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South County Business Park Leopardstown, D18 T9P8 Dublin

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17 Nov 2020



Whitepaper - Unlocking Medtech’s Future Potential with Connected Devices and Services

With the global market for connected medical devices expected to reach $188 billion by 2024, connectivity is top of mind for leading medtech companies.

Navigating the complex environment of connected devices can be challenging, with external and internal factors to consider. Our new whitepaper explores how companies like ResMed, Abbott and Fresenius are leveraging connected devices. We'll also explore:

  • Actionable steps for navigating the complex environment of connected devices and services
  • Common use cases and how to leverage them at your company
  • Key considerations when adding connectivity to your devices

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 06  Information and communication technology
  • 06.02  mHealth, mobile IT, wireless technologies (Bluetooth, WI-FI)

mHealth, mobile IT, wireless technologies (Bluetooth, WI-FI)

  • 06  Information and communication technology
  • 06.04  eHealth, telemedicine / telematics / telemetry

eHealth, telemedicine / telematics / telemetry

  • 06  Information and communication technology
  • 06.05  Administrative information systems / software
  • 06.05.01  Healthcare information systems / software (HIS)

Healthcare information systems / software (HIS)

  • 06  Information and communication technology
  • 06.06  Medical information systems / software
  • 06.06.04  Medical Apps and App Stores

Medical Apps and App Stores

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16 Nov 2020

How connected medical devices are improving patient therapy

Digital technologies have been transforming medical care for years, but external pressures – not least the health and cost implications of an ageing population – have sped this evolution into a revolution. At the same time, better access and more openness to tech, as well as a preference for remote treatment, are making a shift to value-based care possible.

Of the estimated 50 billion medical devices that will connect clinicians, health systems, and patients in the next decade, many will be part of ‘therapy improvement services’ – solutions that use data to better the lives of people managing acute and chronic conditions.

With the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic proving to health services just how much care can be delivered remotely, we delved into the topic as part of our latest whitepaper on Unlocking Medtech’s Future Potential. Read on to find out more about how these devices can improve patient care ...

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16 Nov 2020

Enhancing operational efficiency with connected medical devices

The connected medical device market is expected to reach $188 billion by 2024, with 50 billion medical devices connecting clinicians, health systems, and patients to one another.

Why is the market booming? Because connected devices deliver a lifeline to patients across the healthcare system and enable medtech companies to deliver significant cost and time efficiencies ...

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16 Nov 2020

The case for adding connectivity to existing medical devices

Many medtech companies mandate that all new medical devices must be equipped with connectivity but how can pre-existing devices and equipment, of which they have hundreds of thousands already in the field, be updated and improved with connectivity?

While it is more difficult than designing connectivity into an all-new device, connectivity can be added retrospectively; it should, however, be considered on a case-by-case basis after identifying the right combination of business goals, customer needs, and technology solutions ...

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About us

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S3 Connected Health design and develop award-winning connected medical devices and device-based services for medtech companies. We specialize in embedded and electronic engineering, wireless connectivity, medical device software, and cloud-based services for implantable, wearable, and hospital-based devices.

Our solutions enable the capture of real-world data and provide actionable insights to enhance operational efficiency, increase clinical effectiveness, and improve patient outcomes.

No matter where your company is on its journey, S3 Connected Health can help; from full market analysis and concept ideation, to design and development of industry-leading solutions, through to life-cycle management and operation.

For more information visit www.S3ConnectedHealth.com

Company data

Number of employees 100-499
Area of business
  • Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment & devices
  • IT systems and IT solutions