Smart Monitoring 2014

Pathways to Automated Critical Care

A series of focused small group discussions on advanced technology and critical care medicine.

Succinct presentations and focused discussions.

The meeting product will be onsite development of of a series of white papers on fast tracking emerging medical devices that improve outcomes and reduce costs in the intensive care unit.

For each topic we map out the path for research, development, and commercialization of specific critical care technology.

Agenda in Development

January 8-9, 2014,
San Francisco, California

Sponsor: Foundation for Advancements in Surgery and Medicine


I am happy to announce that Smart Monitoring 2014 Critical Care will be held three days before the 2014 meeting of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Meeting Hotel to be announced, but will be near the Moscone Convention Center. Most participants will only attend sessions focused on their area of expertise.

Presentations will be made on regulatory challenges as well as DOD’s research programs into advanced combat casualty care and en route care systems. The focus is on monitors, ventilators, drug and sedation IV delivery systems and medical data device systems. Experts will weigh in on how these technologies will provide meaningful use via decision support and automation.

George C Kramer PhD Signature

George C Kramer, PhD
Professor, Dept. of Anesthesiology
UTMB, Galveston