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Where in the world is Peter Meinz?

August 14, 2018

Can you guess where our wanderlusting Professional Engineer is now?

Take a look at the photo and see if you can guess where he is. If you get within 50 miles, you may win a fabulous mystery prize,... Read More >>

Kablooe Developed Device Brings Innovation to Prostate Treatment

April 27, 2017

The new procedure, called Rezūm, is a minimally invasive treatment that uses steam to kill cells and shrink the prostate and can be used on a wider range of anatomies. NxThera partnered with...

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Kablooē Spring Networking Party

April 20, 2017

 Come one, come all to the Kablooē Spring Networking Party! Friday, May 19th at 3 pm.

Sign Up Now! Take a couple hours off early from work to meet with friends and colleagues in your industry, and...

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Hands and Hearts to Feed the Hungry

March 23, 2017

It does sound impossible, about as impossible as getting a bunch of designers and engineers in hairnets, but we now believe it can be done—on both accounts! In a span of less than 2 hours, part of...

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Tom KraMer to Speak at Pediatric Device Breakthrough Collaborative

March 16, 2017

Kablooē’s Tom KraMer will be speaking at an event tied to the Design of Medical Devices Conference at the University of Minnesota on April 13th called the 2017 Pediatric Device Breakthrough...

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Kablooe Clients are World Changers

March 16, 2017

The Opioid Epidemic

We are so proud to be working with game-changers, disrupters, and innovators from many areas within the medical community. People who want to develop products and solutions...

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Organizing a Plan for Chaos

March 16, 2017

Reducing product development surprises can help ensure medical device success. Nothing is more frustrating than developing a plan, then in the heat of the battle having to diverge from the plan...

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4 Key Insights for Designing Healthcare Wearables

November 17, 2016

The wearable market is booming.

It’s estimated that $34 billion in wearable devices will be sold in 2020. (CSS insights)

It’s not new, it’s just much more cool now than it used to be. The coal...

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What Hospitals and Insurers Want From Medical Device Development Teams

November 09, 2016

We all know our devices need to be purchased, used and reimbursed.

As R&D professionals, issues such as insurance coverage, codes, reimbursement, purchasing and payment are not always top of mind....

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5 Hidden Potholes of Medical Product Development

August 22, 2016

Coming up with a novel idea for a medical device is easy.

In fact, coming up with an idea for anything is easy. Everyone does it. The last time you stuck your mouth under a faucet to get a drink,...

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