Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Heart disease being as prominent as it is in the United States enables medical technology manufacturers to create lucrative businesses and products for cardiothoracic and cardiovascular physicians and patients. As a proposed rechargeable pacemaker (PM) that uses piezoelectric energy harvesting technology, FlexPacer has the chance to eliminate the need for battery replacement surgeries. This paper aims to outline the current issues in PM products and technology, identify the potential risks and benefits of FlexPacer, and discuss FlexPacer’s potential for profitability.
Heart disease, Rechargeable pacemaker, Pacemakers, Business analysis
Arnold, B. (2021). Business Analysis of FlexPacer: The Viability and Profitability of Rechargeable Pacemakers. Information Systems Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/isysuht/7
Cardiovascular Diseases Commons, Management Information Systems Commons, Sales and Merchandising Commons, Technology and Innovation Commons