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The Next Generation of Wireless Comes to BIOMEDevice Boston

SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- At the convergence of health care and wireless technologies, mHealth has become one of the hottest topics in medtech today. This May 6, 2015 at the Boston Convention Center, the leading names in this wireless medtech revolution will come together for the Wireless Medical Devices Conference, part of BIOMEDevice Boston.

Through panel discussions, Q&A's, and expert-led presentations, this full day conference will offer attendees the chance to hear about the advances that will be shaping the industry for years to come.  With speakers from DELOITTE CONSULTING, INTEL, MEDTRONIC, PHILIPS HEALTHCARE, SMITH & NEPHEW, STRATASYS, STRYKER, UL, and more, the Wireless Medical Devices Conference will cover the most important topics in mHealth today, including:

  • Product Development Opportunities in a Highly Regulated Environment, Chaired by Byron Mattingly, Ph.D., MPH, MBA, Chair-Elect, ASQ Software Division
  • Meeting Platform and Interoperability Requirements, Chaired by Anura S. Fernando, Principal Engineer - Medical Software & Systems Interoperability, UL
  • Big Data and Data Security, Chaired by Michael C. McNeil, Global Products Security and Services, Philips Healthcare

For more information or to see the complete agenda, please visit the BIOMEDevice Boston Conference page.

The Wireless Medical Devices Conference pass also provides attendees with complimentary access to the six expos running alongside each other at the event: BIOMEDevice Boston, Design & Manufacturing New England, Electronics New England, PLASTEC New England, Quality Expo Showcase and the Embedded Systems Demo Hall.. From May 6-7, 2015, meet like-minded professionals at Speed Networking, learn about the hottest topics at the Center Stage and Tech Theater, and enter for a chance to win a 3D printer each day of the event. For more information and to register for BIOMEDevice Boston, please visit:

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