BioMedGPS, developer of SmartTRAK Business Intelligence, has been recognized by the Orange County Business Journal (OCBJ) as one of the largest women-owned firms in Orange County, CA.
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New strategic alliance expands SmartTRAK market research capabilitiesBioMedGPS, developer of SmartTRAK Business Intelligence, is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with Quomeda, a widely respected international healthcare research consultancy firm located in the UK. Through this new alliance, SmartTRAK has expanded its suite of strategic advisory services globally to include custom consulting as well as provider, hospital and procedural volume data.
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SmartTRAK hosted a tour, dinner reception and briefing at Gothenburg's Universeum before EWMA 2019. Attendees were treated to a private tour of the Universeum and the Ocean Zone prior to dinner and the briefing, entitled Trends, Opportunities and Innovations in Advanced Wound Care, with a special focus on the European market.
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Elise Wolf, SmartTRAK's Senior Analyst, Computer Assisted Surgery, will be representing SmartTRAK at CAOS International 2019, the 19th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery, to be held in New York, June 19-22 at the Midtown Hilton.
Elise, with bachelor's and master's degrees in bioengineering, designed biologically inspired robots for the Department of Defense at a spin-off of Carnegie Mellon University. After robotics, she transitioned to the medical device industry and has more than 15 years of experience in product development, marketing, and business development consulting in emerging medical device technologies and orthopedics. Elise has worked with BioMedGPS since 2009 as a SmartTRAK Senior Analyst covering orthopedics and Computer-Assisted Surgery.
You can view Elise's intro video below...
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Frederique Buntoum (aka Freddy), SmartTRAK's Senior Analyst, Regenerative Medicine, overseeing the Cell Processing, Amniotic Tissue and Joint Fluid modules, will be representing SmartTRAK at TOBI 2019, the Tenth Annual PRP & Regenerative Medicine Symposium in Chicago, IL, June 6-8.
You can view Freddy's intro video below...
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The SmartTRAK analyst team is expanding and we are looking for an experienced and motivated individual who would like to manage one or more of our Advanced Wound Care modules, with a focus on the European markets. As you know, all of our SmartTRAK analysts are former marketing, business development or competitive intelligence professionals with one of the major medical device manufacturers and, in fact, most have come to us via recommendations from our subscribers. We believe that having a person of this caliber with relevant experience and deep insight on the market is a tremendous value-add to the SmartTRAK platform.
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Intraoperative neuromonitoring could be a game changer in the field of SCS by elucidating the MOA for current and emerging SCS waveforms and stimulation patterns. But will it improve outcomes? To find out more, SmartTRAK interviewed Steven Falowski, MD at NANS 2019.Steven Falowski, MD, Secretary of the Board for the North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS), discusses the latest research on the use of intraoperative neuromonitoring during spinal cord stimulation (SCS) in an interview with SmartTRAK at the NANS 22nd annual meeting held Jan. 17-20, 2019 in Las Vegas.
Historically, pain specialists have always placed spinal cord stimulators in awake patients for safety reasons and to confirm the therapy is adequately covering painful areas. However, Dr. Falowski says there’s been a paradigm shift where both pain physicians and surgeons alike are now using intraoperative neuromonitoring to place SCS systems for both percutaneous electrodes and paddle leads in asleep patients to more accurately localize the spinal cord midline and to improve intraoperative electrode placement and pain coverage...
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In an interview with SmartTRAK, Robert Levy, MD, president of the International Neuromodulation Society (INS), provides a preview of the research, emerging technologies, and trends in neuromodulation that will be at the INS 2019 14th World Congress to be held May 23-30, 2019 in Sydney, Australia.
The meeting will highlight several important topics, including the use of neurostimulation to reduce opioid use, closed-loop neurostimulation, and advances in non-invasive brain stimulation, including for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and for enhancing memory and learning.
In terms of research, Dr. Levy said Sam Eldabe, MD of the United Kingdom will provide a critical evaluation of clinical trials in neuromodulation. Researchers will also present the latest insight into mechanism of action, new data on neurostimulation for cardiac ischemia, as well as research on use of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for obesity, eating disorders and addiction. Researchers will also present important pivotal trial results, including: the Evoke Study (Saluda Medical), evaluating closed-loop spinal cord stimulation (SCS); the SURF study (Stimwave Technologies), comparing different wireless SCS frequencies and waveforms; and the ReActiv8 trial (Mainstay Medical), evaluating the use of a restorative neurostimulation system for nocioceptive chronic low back pain.
On the technology front, the INS’s Innovation Day will highlight disruptive innovations in neuromodulation, and will feature panel discussions and presentations by researchers and major shareholders from early stage start-ups, middle-stage start-ups and well-established companies.
To find out more about the INS World Congress, click on the following video to listen to SmartTRAK’s interview with Dr. Levy recorded via phone from his office in Florida. A transcript of the interview is also provided below.
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Beautiful Gothenburg, Sweden is hosting EWMA 2019 - the European Wound Management Association conference, on June 5-9.Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city after Stockholm, located on the coast in southwestern Sweden, is considered "the quintessential 'second city': understatedly hip and unexpectedly vibrant with neoclassical architecture lining its tram-rattled streets, locals sunning themselves beside canals, and always an interesting cultural or social event going on."
Here are some of SmartTRAK's top things to do when taking a break from the conference. And we know what we're talking about - SmartTRAK's Senior Analyst, Advanced Wound Care, Lennart Stadler lives there!
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IRVINE, CALIF. (PRWEB) MAY 13, 2019
BioMedGPS is excited to host its subscribers and guests on Tuesday, June 4th, at a very special Pre-EWMA 2019 event at Gothenburg’s Universeum Aquarium.SmartTRAK will be hosting an exclusive Private Event Pre-EWMA at Gothenburg’s Universeum Aquarium. Guests will be treated to an aquarium tour, dinner and briefing on the latest Trends, Opportunities and Innovations in Advanced Wound Care.
SmartTRAK’s Advanced Wound Care Experts will serve as panelists. Susan Paquette - SmartTRAK VP & General Manager, Wound - will be providing overall insights on the wound market and Lennart Stadler - SmartTRAK Senior Analyst, Advanced Wound Care - will be presenting data on important trends and innovations.