3 questions to ask before picking a connected medical device product development firm
Ask these three questions so you confidently can embark on your journey with your ideal medical device product development firm.
How to add cloud connectivity to medical devices
Bold Type president Jose Bohorquez shares how to add cloud connectivity to medical devices in a 2020 presentation to the Medical Devices Group (360,000 members).
How We Use 3D Printing to Develop a Better Product
3D printing has become an integral part of our manufacturing process because it allows us to iterate quickly, resulting in faster time to market and higher quality products.
Electrical Impedance Myography in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Bold Type President Jose Bohorquez was involved in some very cool projects while in grad school - like this one evaluating electrical impedance myography in disease.
Edwin Armstrong's Impact on Connected Medical Devices
Edwin Armstrong was a true genius of the 20th century, and his work had a tremendous impact on shaping the career of Bold Type President Jose Bohorquez.
An Attic Full of Medical Device Innovation - and a PhD Thesis
Bold Type President Jose Bohorquez spent three years in an attic writing his PhD thesis - and co-founding a company.
Why ISO 13485 Certification Matters in Product Development
If you're a medical device company looking for a product development partner, ISO 13485 certification can mean the difference between a successful 510K submission and a rejected one.
How Venture Debt Can Benefit Your Company's Cash Flow
Venture debt can be a great strategic financing tool, but you have to know what you’re doing to get it and - more importantly - ensure you get the right terms.
How to use 3D printing in product development for medical devices
In an interview with 3Degrees Founder and CEO Mike Vasquez, Jose outlines three main reasons why we use 3D printing in medical device product development.
How Voltage-Controlled Oscillators (VCOs) Changed My Life
VCOs. Voltage-Controlled Oscillators. You may not know them, but most comms devices have one. They’ve impacted your life. Probably not as much as our founder's, but, still.
Understanding the connected, wireless medical device development process
Jose explains where a typical medical device development process ends, that's where the process for connected, wireless medical device development starts.
Three Connected Medical Device Stakeholders
Jose Bohorquez, PhD, describes how three stakeholders each benefit when medical devices are connected to the cloud.