You’ve probably heard that medical device makers have not been happy -- because the cost of expanding health insurance is meant to be partially offset by a tax on medical devices. But an LA-based designer of stylish hearing aids, handheld ECG monitors and health data-gathering sensors says this is a golden era for medical device design. Can the disruptive technologies reduce healhcare costs and can they be as precise as current equipment?
Listen to Frances Anderton's interview of Stuart Karten, of Karten Design on KRCW's DnA Design & Architecture Radio.
RM Sovich Architecture, Baltimore Architects creating places that stimulate the intellect, touch the emotions, and engage the senses.