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Analog Devices Healthcare Team Participates in MIT Forum on Medical Device Industry : ADI's healthcare technology experts Patrick O'Doherty and Tom O'Dwyer offer insights on trends impacting next-generation medical electronic systems.
Date:12/5/2008

Healthcare technology experts from Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) took part in the MIT Next-Generation Medical Electronic Systems Forum held December 4-5, 2008, in Cambridge, Mass. Analog Devices Healthcare Segment Director Patrick O’Doherty spoke about healthcare market segmentation and trends affecting the design of next-generation medical equipment. ADI’s Healthcare Team Technology Director Tom O’Dwyer participated in a panel discussion on the opportunities and commercialization challenges facing developers of integrated circuits and systems. The two-day MIT forum was attended by experts from academia, the semiconductor and medical device industry, and the medical profession to exchange technical ideas, explore collaboration opportunities and define directions related to healthcare systems.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Business Wire EON) December 5, 2008 -- "We are excited to have active participation and insights from ADI at the forum," said Professor Anantha Chandrakasan, director of MIT's Microsystems Technology Laboratories and chair of the Medical Electronics Workshop. "The development of next-generation implantable and wearable medical electronics will require an active collaboration between industry, medical professionals, and academia. ADI's presentations at the forum are critical in defining the opportunities and challenges for medical electronics."

During his talk, Patrick O'Doherty described how increasingly complex portable medical systems are moving from hospitals to points of primary care, such as doctors' offices, ambulances, and even into patients' homes. "As sophisticated healthcare technology increasingly migrates toward points of care and into the home, medical system requirements are becoming much more challenging in terms of required size, cost, robustness, performance, and ease of use," said O'Doherty. "Analog semiconductor ma
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