July 2017 - When it comes to building medical devices, details are everything. Because the finished product has to be good enough for Mom. “We have this thing we call the Mom test,” said Pa...
Micra™ TPS remains functioning after bumpy rocket ride into space.
Medtronic and Aetna – one of the biggest health insurance companies in the U.S. – sign an outcomes-based agreement for patients living with diabetes.
Medtronic Vice President Bronwyn Brophy has been named to the list for the third year in a row.
Nominations are now open to recognize outstanding volunteers who have overcome health challenges with the help of medical technology.
New research suggests competitive and strenuous sports can be safe for many athletes with ICDs.
Breakthrough in diabetes management took strong partnerships and willing trial participants.
Honor recognizes outstanding leadership in advancement of ethics and ethical behavior
Honored by the award, company leaders say “success depends on creating an inclusive culture.”
Charlene Wood gets back to everyday activities.
Project aims to develop personalized 3D brain images that assist neurosurgeons in the operating room.
The honor highlights Medtronic’s commitment to global inclusion and diversity.
More than 6,000 patients have now received the revolutionary Micra pacemaker.
Global healthcare industry leaders share framework for system-level care models that give stakeholders the authority, tools and accountability to achieve the best value for patients.
Corporate Responsibility Magazine recognizes Medtronic on 100 Best Corporate Citizens List
After a near-death experience, the former state trooper advocates for better post-op monitoring.
From being the only female student in her college classes to becoming a company leader in recruiting the next crop of women engineers, R&D engineer Carol Malnati shares her passion for Women in Science and Engineering programs.
Forty students attended the third Student Employer Exploration Day (SEED).
Recovery for patients like Viet Le is only part of the story.
New app collects event data linked with Fitbit activity trackers empowering patients and physicians to get more out of continuous glucose monitoring.
Fortune Magazine's annual list of Most Admired Companies includes Medtronic.
Medtronic device helps reduce disability associated with stroke.
Medtronic Young Professionals partner with All Hands - an international disaster relief organization. Together, they helped those in Louisiana following devastating floods.
The company received the Clarivate Analytics Top 100 Global Innovator award for the third straight year.
Annual award honors people who give back to their communities after receiving life-saving medical devices.