IRVINE, CALIF.— As the medical device industry continues to navigate the digital age, big data has become a new form of gold to be mined. But data collection is only one consideration, as the future of big data also relies on effective ideation, interpretation, management, and evolution.
On Feb. 24, Womble Bond Dickinson and DeviceAlliance addressed these issues in a panel discussion titled “What the Tech? The Future of Medical Device Predictive Analytics & Big Data.” The panel discussed best practices and strategies to ensure that businesses are utilizing their data in the most effective and productive ways. The event, which also included a networking cocktail reception, took place at Womble Bond Dickinson’s Irvine office.
- Join Analytics CEO Bruno Horta;
- Nested Knowledge, Inc. President Keith Kallmes;
- NXT Biomedical R&D Engineer Joe Passman;
- Womble Bond Dickinson IP Transactions Partner Karthika Perumal, Ph.D.; and
- Womble Bond Dickinson IP Attorney Tyler Train (Moderator).
This event is part of Womble Bond Dickinson’s thought leadership series titled “What the Tech? Decoding Friend or Foe in the Digital Age” which takes a closer look at the disruption technologies impacting almost every sector and the challenges and opportunities they present for today’s business leaders.
DeviceAlliance is the only non-profit organization focused exclusively on promoting the vitality of Southern California’s medical device community.
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