Ambler, PA - October 12, 2015 - In October, Moberg ICU Solutions travelled to Scottsdale, Arizona to the Annual Meeting of the Neurocritical Care Society.  This meeting is the largest in the U.S. devoted entirely to neurocritical care.  It is a meeting where we get to talk to many of our customers and "soon-to-be-customers". We demonstrated our latest products and gave away two Apple Watches to attendees who visited stations in our exhibit as well as partnering companies exhibiting at NCS:  Hemedex, NeurOptics, and CASMED.

NCS 2015 Booth

Prospective customers visiting the Moberg ICU Solutions booth at NCS in Scottsdale (AZ).

The meeting was held in a scenic resort and a trip to a cowboy ranch one evening provided some fun entertainment. The company president, Dick Moberg, was shot three times by Dr. Julian Bösel (from Heidelberg, Germany) in a six-shooter match. Fortunately he lived.

Dick Cowboy
Julian Cowboy

The President of the company, Dick Moberg (left), and Dr. Julian Bösel (right) having some fun at the Annual Banquet.

NCS Cowgirls

Moberg representatives relaxing at the cowboy-themed Annual Banquet.

From the top left: Tracey Berlin (Clinical Application Specialist), Cheryl McDonald (Vice President of Sales), Anna Rodriguez (Director of Research), and Miranda Pruitt (Director of Marketing).

The day prior to the NCS meeting, Moberg co-sponsored the first meeting of the Working Group on Neurocritical Care Informatics. About 60 people packed a small room at the start of the meeting and about the same were there at the end of the 6.5 hour meeting…which was a testament to their interest in the topic.

NCS 2015 Meeting

Attendees of the first meeting of the Working Group on Neurocritical Care Informatics held on October 6, 2015.

Two informal breakfast meetings were held in the days following to digest some of the discussion and formulate next steps. A summary of this meeting can be found at

Moberg ICU Solutions (Moberg Research, Inc.) is a privately owned medical device manufacturing company specializing in neurological patient monitoring and information systems solutions for acute care. For more information visit