Whitepaper: The challenges and opportunities transforming the medtech sector

In this whitepaper, we look at how the latest advancements in technology are developing in the healthcare industry, along with the opportunities this presents.

The global information technology industry, like every other industry, was knocked off course in 2020, with postponements in tech strategy making a dent in projected revenue for the year. However, 2021 presented a brighter future. The industry is expected to achieve $5 trillion in revenue this year — representing a 4.2% growth and a monumental bounce back from the pandemic. 

Focusing in on the UK’s tech sector, recent data analysis by Tech Nation shows that tech business boomed in 2020 — with almost 20,000 new business births, the equivalent of one every half an hour, and a record-breaking year for VC investment. Looking to 2021, jobs have bounced back to pre-pandemic levels and there is a flurry of activity in the sector as more organisations put digital at the heart of their strategy.

Despite the competition that this ultimately translates to for talent, it also highlights vast opportunities in the sector. Today, every business is a digital business, and the beauty of this rich, diverse technology ecosystem is that innovation is happening faster, with more far-reaching consequences.

This whitepaper tackles the topics of: 

  • Data, analytics, and AI
  • Cloud and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
  • Robotics, AI and augmented reality

Complete the form below and download our medtech whitepaper, to discover up-to-date medtech insights.

This whitepaper was produced by STEM brands SRG and Lorien, who are proud to be part of the Impellam Group, a leading Global Talent Acquisition and Managed Workforce Solutions provider. SRG are a scientific recruitment specialist, while Lorien are technology recruitment specialists. With over 40 years’ experience they provide professional talent solutions for clients globally.

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