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  • Peter Arduini, GE Healthcare
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    Friday Q&A: For GE HealthCare, the future is digital, CEO Arduini says

    Digital capabilities will be “the next big inflection” driving growth for GE’s newly independent healthcare business. 

    By Jan. 6, 2023
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    Freenome CEO Mike Nolan talks colorectal cancer test, clinical trials

    The San Francisco-based company recently enrolled a clinical trial for its blood-based cancer test but faces competition in the market for minimally invasive cancer tests. 

    By Dec. 22, 2022
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    The 10 biggest medtech stories of 2022

    MedTech Dive reporting this year has explored how companies maintained momentum even amid supply shortages and rising inflation rates.

    By MedTech Dive staff • Dec. 3, 2022
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    MedTech Innovators: Tissium co-founder Maria Pereira on taking tech from bench to bedside

    The MIT-trained scientist explains how she went from PhD candidate to startup founder whose company is preparing to commercialize a range of products for use in reconstructing damaged tissue.

    By Nov. 30, 2022
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    Friday Q&A: Embecta CEO talks BD spinoff, future of diabetes devices

    Dev Kurdikar spoke with MedTech Dive about developing an insulin pump for patients with Type 2 diabetes and what’s next for the firm.

    By Nov. 18, 2022
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    Friday Q&A: GE HealthCare’s Shetty on building accurate AI tools

    The executive, who leads the company’s effort to create an integrated suite of AI tools for hospitals, warns against overloading clinicians with unconnected information.

    By Nov. 11, 2022