Ambler, PA – November 1, 2014 – At IBM Insight 2014 - the world's largest Big Data conference - healthcare professionals described how Moberg neurological monitors and IBM analytics tools can be used together to improve care for neurocritical care patients.

Ambler, PA – October 6, 2014  Moberg received a $3 million Rapid Innovation Fund grant from the United States Army to commercialize cutting-edge technology for patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Moberg is creating a “Smart” Intensive Care Unit (ICU) as part of a global effort to improve treatment and outcomes for patients with brain injury.

Ambler, PA – August 26, 2014 – Moberg has received CE Mark approval for the CNS Monitor, a medical device used for advanced monitoring of neurological intensive care patients. The CE Mark certifies that a product has met European Union requirements for commercial marketing in Europe.

Ambler, PA - July 10, 2014 - Yesterday, former Congressman Patrick Kennedy visited the medical device manufacturing facility of Moberg Research, Inc. (Moberg), a producer of advanced neurological monitors. Rep. Kennedy and Moberg’s President, Dick Moberg, discussed their efforts to promote cutting-edge research in neurological disease and treatment. Later this year, Moberg’s products will be used in international brain injury research studies supported by One Mind, an organization co-founded by Rep. Kennedy.

Ambler, PA – June 4, 2014 - On June 11, 2014, Moberg will present its Smart ICU project during the concluding event of the SmartAmerica Challenge. SmartAmerica is a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow project with the goal of facilitating research in Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) – also termed the “Internet of Things.” Moberg will demonstrate concepts for a Smart ICU in which each room is a system of “connected things.” The Smart ICU has the potential to save lives, increase safety, reduce costs to healthcare and society, and create high-tech job growth when used to optimize care of persons with brain injuries.

Ambler, PA - March 3, 2014 -Last week, Moberg demonstrated a cutting-edge development in hospital information technology with its new Medical Device Simulator at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) meeting in Orlando, Florida (February 24-26, 2014). Moberg is one of the nation’s leaders in medical device integration technology.  Moberg’s state-of-the-art neurological patient monitor, the CNS Monitor, resulted from over a decade of R&D in medical device connectivity. The Medical Device Simulator will be used by manufacturers, hospitals, and research organizations to test the integrity of essential information systems.

HIMSS 2014Orlando, FL - February 23, 2014 - Moberg was invited by the Department of Defense (DOD) to show progress on its medical device simulator project at the annual meeting of the Healthcare Information Systems Society (HIMSS), February 23-26, in Orlando.  Funded by the DOD, the simulator provides a way to verify the communications between a medical device and a medical record or other “receiver” of the device data.