LAS VEGAS Reimbursement. Physician pay. Value over volume. All are words that were pretty common at the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS; Rosemont Illinois), annual meeting held last week at the Venetian/Sands EXPO in Las Vegas.
As those in attendance at ACC 2015 know, Jeff Popma of Beth Israel Deaconess asked publicly whether the 30-day data for Sapien 3 should suffice for approval of the device, but the story grew more interesting today (March 16).
When Jay Zuerndorfer, a student researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta) received the opportunity to develop an application for Google Glass it was like a dream come true. Zuerndorfer and a research team from Georgia Tech were able to create speech-to-text software for Google Glass that helps hard-of-hearing users with everyday conversations. A hard-of-hearing person wears Glass while a second person speaks directly into a smart phone.