Marion Webb has been writing about medtech since 2017, specializing in covering buzzy segments such as robotic surgery, digital therapeutics and femtech with in-depth features and interviews with leading experts. Her role includes reporting live from industry events, moderating panel discussions and podcasts, tweeting breaking news and engaging KOLs to provide high-quality, business-critical content for Medtech Insight. Marion has been writing about health care issues for more than two decades. She was a long-time biotech reporter at the San Diego Business Journal, worked at Bloomberg News, and contributed to the Los Angeles County Medical Association’s Physician Magazine. Marion was born and raised in Germany, is fluent in German and conversational in Spanish. Off the job, she’s a competitive runner, avid cyclist and swimmer, and enjoys spending time with her domestic partner and her German Shorthair Pointer mix Cora.
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In this month’s Digital Health Roundup, Medtech Insight’s Marion Webb highlights interviews with Abbott’s head of Lingo Biowearables and top executives at Twin Health. Reed Miller provides an update on J&J MedTech’s launch of the Ottava soft-tissue robotic surgery system and Barnaby Pickering talks about his recent interview with Leo Grady, former CEO of Paige AI, to talk about his new start-up Jona.
Medtech Insight spoke with chief AI officer for Medtronic's Endoscopy unit, Ha Hong, about his vision for integrating AI technologies into medical devices, the challenges and benefits of using AI, the importance of responsible use of AI, generative AI and the role of AI in the future of health care.