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.
Latest From Marion Webb
Japan-based Canon plans to launch a US-based medical imaging company near Cleveland to strengthen its US presence and competitiveness in the marketplace.
Minute Insight: GE Healthcare Partners With MediView XR To Create AR Solution For Integrated MR Imaging
GE Healthcare and MediView announced a partnership to co-develop a technology platform that integrates medical imaging into mixed reality solutions.
In this month’s Digital Health Roundup, Medtech Insight’s Marion Webb provides highlights from the recent HLTH conference in Las Vegas. Reed Miller and Barnaby Pickering offer an overview of the highly competitive diabetes tech market. We also talk about digital health in Germany and Europe.
In this second roundup of HLTH, which drew more than 9,000 attendees to Las Vegas from 13-16 November, Medtech Insight highlights presentations from the CEOs of BD and Google Cloud and insights from an interview with BD’s CEO Tom Polen.
A newly cleared Apple Watch app will allow people living with Parkinson’s to more easily track tremors, dyskinesia and other symptoms.
Edwards Lifesciences CEO Mike Mussallem has a unique and long-standing perspective of what the medtech industry should be and do. In over two decades, he has built the structural heart disease and critical care monitoring company into one of the global medtech industry’s most effective innovators.