Most people think of Samsung as a manufacturer of televisions and smartphones, but the company is much more diversified and in the last few years it has seriously entered the medical space. Samsung now offers its own portable CT scanners, ultrasound machines, radiography systems, and in-vitro diagnostics products. It has done so by buying existing companies, such as Medison, an ultrasound maker, by partnering with other firms, and through accelerating their independent R&D efforts.
At CES 2019 we got a chance to interview Dr. David Rhew, Chief Medical Officer at Samsung, about the various efforts that the company is undertaking and how newly available technologies will impact medical care:
Link: Samsung Healthcare…