"Idea campaign" to spur development of pediatric medical devices

02/25/2010 | Healthcare IT News

The Missouri-based Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and Lucile Packard Foundation's Pediatric Medical Device Innovation fellowship team have launched an "idea campaign" to push for the development of medical devices for children. The online campaign, which will last for eight weeks, is aimed at bolstering partnerships and speeding up the commercialization of pediatric devices, officials said.

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