MEDICAL MEMS & SENSORS 2015
From April 29 to 30, 2015 in Santa Clara, California, USA
Medical wearables: application trends, business and economic drivers, case studies, challenges, and opportunities. Worldwide healthcare trends: market drivers, demographic factors, government policy effects. Business aspects: fundraising, reimbursement, technology transfer, regulatory compliance, company formation, recruiting, and market research. Digital health: wireless devices, body area networks, online services, genomics, and personal genetic information. Sensors: pressure, thermal, radiation, flow and magnetic sensors used in medical devices as well as implanted systems. Diagnostics: portable assaying and sample preparation of blood, urine, cells, tissues, bodily fluids. For example, microfluidic and lab-on-a-chip devices to diagnose diseases in portable instruments and smaller sized bench top systems. Health screening: preventive medicine such as early detection of cancer through consumer, over-the-counter devices that are to be used on a day-to-day basis...