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Are you often thinking about ways to improve arrhythmia treatment? Do you challenge the status quo? We invite you to learn more about how the Biosense Webster, Inc. Innovation Alliance advances innovative concepts into medical practice.

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ABOUT BIOSENSE WEBSTER, INC. INNOVATION ALLIANCE

For more than 30 years, Biosense Webster, Inc. (BWI) has delivered groundbreaking innovations that have advanced the science and practice of electrophysiology. One of the company’s founders, Will Webster, built the company with the philosophy of listening to and fulfilling the needs of the physician.

The Biosense Webster, Inc. Innovation Alliance is designed to link physicians in the field with our corporate expertise and capabilities to collaborate and bring new products to the marketplace that will advance the treatment of heart rhythm disorders, as well as address challenges with current offerings. To this end, the Biosense Webster, Inc. Innovation Alliance will review and respond to all complete submissions in an effort to discern the most creative, valuable and executable. We invite you to learn about the Biosense Webster, Inc. Innovation Alliance and submit your product idea today.

Frequently Asked Questions and Helpful Resources

The Biosense Webster, Inc. Innovation Alliance provides a stimulating forum for exchange to move innovative ideas into proven tools and concepts for use in practice. As physicians leverage their expertise to deliver ideas, the company supports those efforts by providing the corporate expertise and capabilities to make proposed concepts a reality.

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Brainstorming a Product Concept:

We want to spark your innovation! Consider the following questions to help you identify a treatment need among heart rhythm patients.

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Resources

Helpful resources to search for existing electrophysiology concepts under review.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office:
http://www.uspto.gov/patents/

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration:
www.fda.gov