What’s your story?
Posted on 05.03.2018
This is MedTech and MedTech Views are two MedTech Europe’s blog platforms which aim to raise awareness about the Value of Medical Technologies. They give the opportunity to various stakeholders (e.g. healthcare professionals, key health actors, policy makers, patients, etc.) to voice their opinion on many healthcare topics.
Do you want to make your voice heard? Please contact Marie-Hélène Lattes.
This Is Medtech – a platform for real stories of people’s lives transformed by MedTech
MedTech Europe has a platform to share real and emotional stories of people whose lives have been transformed by medical technologies: This Is MedTech.
This Is MedTech is all about explaining what medical technologies are and what value they bring to the patient within each one of us. The stories focus on people and on their drive to get better – and look at how MedTech can help.
When Helena was born she was diagnosed deaf in both ears. “We had no experience with hearing loss. Nor did we know that cochlear implants existed”, says Helena’s mother Christine. “My first thought was: she’ll never be able to speak, she’ll never sing, never say ‘Mummy’.” Continue reading: Diagnosing severe hearing loss and deafness.
MedTech Views – a platform to promote the knowledge and understanding of our industry
MedTech Views is a platform to create a dialogue about medical technologies.
On this blog platform, you will find views from healthcare professionals, public policy experts, social innovators, third party experts, key health actors and many others.
Here’s the one of the latest MedTech Views’ blog highlighting a perspective about Artificial Intelligence “If we can predict, we can prevent”
by Sorin Stircu Regional MedTech Strategist at E*HealthLine
MedTech Europe is running a campaign on Early Diagnosis on the MedTech Views blog platform. Early diagnosis and care can prevent illness from developing and slow disease progression. Lab tests, genetic tests, tests for chronic diseases and modern lab diagnostics can help facilitate earlier intervention and improves outcomes for patients and are increasingly valuable in informing treatment choice.
Read the latest blog from the Early Diagnosis campaign here: Diagnosing severe hearing loss and deafness by Patrick D’Haese, Corporate Director of Awareness and Public Affairs MED-EL.