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12/6/2012 04:05 PM EST
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trevorspacey   8/6/2014 11:00:56 AM
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It is very interesting to be in touch with the latest news about technology breakthroughs in medicine and discuss it later with the incentaHEALTH specialists. Thanks for sharing such interesting medical articles with us!

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docdivakar   12/14/2012 4:24:14 PM
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Very useful information in the link above, thanks! I would imagine software applications using these technologies will start to be more prominent in 2013; in particular, analytics-driven prognostics. MP Divakar

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docdivakar   12/14/2012 4:18:59 PM
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@andrew... Thank you... it is common to see survey respondents provide inputs considering the contemporary 'pain points' and may miss future ones. My guess is this list will look radically different in another 5 years. Probably #10 will dominate? MP Divakar

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green_is_now   12/12/2012 10:40:42 PM
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andrew porter   12/12/2012 10:35:11 PM
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Game Changers: Technology Trends to Watch in 2013 http://medtechinsider.com/archives/29678 As we look ahead to the New Year and what it may bring, we have collected the most important game-changing, cannot-be-ignored 2013 medical device technology trends.

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andrew porter   12/12/2012 10:31:14 PM
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http://www.infectioncontroltoday.com/news/2012/12/aami-survey-identifies-top-10-medical-device-challenges.aspx According to the survey results, the top 10 medical devices challenges are: 1. Managing devices and systems on the IT network (72%) 2. Integrating device data into electronic health records (65%) 3. Broken connectors (50%) 4. Battery management (50%) 5. Alarm management (49%) 6. Maintenance of infusion pump systems (48%) 7. Cybersecurity of medical devices and systems (47%) 8. Setting preventive maintenance strategies (44%) 9. Medical device incident reporting and investigations (42%) 10. Medical devices brought in by patients (42%)

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docdivakar   12/12/2012 4:59:55 PM
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@Anne: is there going to be any updates from BioMed San Jose held last week? It would be nice to know what are 'new' products in the medical area in 2013... MP Divakar

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