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Medical Device Manufacturers: Embrace Mobile or Embrace Extinction

Jun 20, 2016 By Bill Rogers | CEO at Orbita IN IoT, IN disruption, IN devices, IN Medical

In 1996 Mission Impossible & Independence Day were breaking box office records. Kodak had 140,000 employees and was the 4th most valuable brand in the USA, selling film to everyone from consumers to hospitals to motion picture studios. While Kodak also made consumer grade cameras, it never was present in the higher end professional space dominated to this day by Canon & Nikon.

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Questions from Caregivers on Medication

Apr 07, 2016 By Bill Rogers | CEO at Orbita IN Medical, IN Caregivers, IN Q&A, IN Care

When you’re caring for the health of a loved one, a lot of questions come up. We want to help make sure you’re providing the best care possible, so we’re answering some of the most common ones we hear from people in situations like yours. 

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Caring for Those With Alzheimer’s

Mar 31, 2016 By Bill Cava | Chief Product Officer at Orbita IN IoT, IN Medical, IN Healthcare, IN Care, IN Alzheimer's

Few things are more frightening than the prospect of having a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and as our population ages, that prospect becomes more likely for more individuals. If you’re one of those individuals, or just someone interested in learning about Alzheimer’s, the Alzheimer’s Association is an excellent place to start from both an informational and support perspective. 

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Medical Devices Will Be Driven By IoT

Dec 23, 2015 By Nate Treloar | President & COO at Orbita IN IoT, IN devices, IN Medical, IN Healthcare

Of all the applications of the Internet of Things (IoT),  medical devices may be one of the areas to benefit the most from the new technology. This nascent market has the potential to reach $163 billion dollars in less than five years, according to research firm Markets and Markets.  This should be no surprise, as the medical device industry is an obvious application.

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