Broadening legacy MedTech talent skill set with reskilling
The emergence of use cases such as remote monitoring, 3D printing, and data-driven preventive care is transforming the medical devices industry. UK NHS is utilizing ‘Bruin Biometrics’ to gain patient’s specific risk assessment data and receive warnings before the emergence of any skin damage.
Such fast-growing digital solutions are disrupting the traditional workforce as they lack the skills required to build next-generation medical devices. To survive in this digital era, reskilling is becoming a critical strategy for HRs to prepare their traditional medical devices’ talent with future skill sets, achieving faster career growth.