The recent pandemic has accelerated the transition from our traditional hospital-centric medical care system to a more virtual, distributed care. Customer expectations, rising cost, and the value-based care reimbursement models are creating an environment that is ripe for disruption. This shift is being enabled by advances that heavily leverage the latest technologies around AI, deep learning, data analytics, genomics, home-based healthcare, and robotics. And none of that is possible without incredible advances is computational power, communications, and data storage. Conventional wisdom implies that the cloud is the future of healthcare – and for much of healthcare innovation may be – but the future of medical device innovation is really at the edge.