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Dr. Mark D. Carlson

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Adjunct Professor of Medicine

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Case Western Reserve University
11100 Euclid Avenue LKS 3516
Cleveland , Ohio 44106
United States

Company Description: Case Western Reserve University is among the nation's leading research institutions. Founded in 1826 and shaped by the unique merger of the Case Institute of...   more

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  • Kansas State University
  • B.S. degree , biology
  • M.D.
    University of Kansas
  • M.D. degree
    University of Kansas Medical School
  • Master's degree
    Terry Sanford Public Policy Institute at Duke University
  • master's degree , public policy
    Duke University
  • medical degree
    University of Kansas
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It is "not unreasonable" to assume that more than one million Americans have such devices, said Dr. Mark D. Carlson, professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and leader of the task force that developed the guidelines. But more definite information is not available, he said.
While manufacturers participated in preparation of the guidelines, they have not said specifically that they will establish such committees, Carlson said. But, he added, "industry is receptive to this idea."
Another recommendation is that the FDA should establish "a unique and specialized" database to focus on the devices. Carlson said he could not estimate the cost of the database.
SOURCES: April 26, 2006, Heart Rhythm Society news conference with Anne B. Curtis, M.D., chief, division of cardiology, University of South Florida, Tampa; Mark D. Carlson, professor of medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland
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There's also an interest in using additional databases and device registries to help spot problems and report them quicker, said Dr. Mark D. Carlson, conference chairman and associate dean at Cleveland's Case School of Medicine.
Some hospitals and nonprofit groups have set up private databases and registries to monitor medical devices. And new ones are in the works, including one from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, that might shed light on how well the devices are performing, Carlson said.
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Mark Carlson Case Western Reserve University Professor & Assoc Dean
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Mark Carlson, M.D. California Healthcare Institute, Inc. » About CHI » Leadership » Mark Carlson, M.D.
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Mark Carlson, M.D. Chief Medical Officer, Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs
Mark Carlson, M.D. Carlson joined St. Jude Medical in 2006 as chief medical officer and senior vice president of clinical affairs for the Cardiac Rhythm Management division. He previously served as professor of medicine and associate vice president for government relations at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He also served on the Medical Devices Dispute Resolution Panel for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, as well as on Medicare advisory committees. Carlson has chaired several policy committees and conferences sponsored by the Heart Rhythm Society and the FDA, as well as a task force that developed policy recommendations on pacemaker and ICD performance and industry communications. In 2003, Carlson worked as a Robert Wood Johnson Fellow on the staff of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch on issues related to Medicare and medical liability litigation reform.
Carlson received his medical degree from the University of Kansas and his master's degree in public policy from Duke University. He trained in cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology at Massachusetts General Hospital and at Harvard Medical School. Carlson's research on arrhythmias has resulted in more than 150 published articles.
AccessMedicine | Contributors: Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 17e [cached]
Mark Carlson, MD, MA Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President, Clinical Affairs, St. Jude Medical, Sylmar; Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland [21]
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