ZotZine | November, 2010 "On her first day as a UC Irvine medical student, Sarah Rooney received an Apple iPad."
New University | November 30, 2010 "This school year, UC Irvine has become one of the first medical schools in the nation to integrate portable ultrasound training into its curriculum."
Seattle Post-Intelligencer | June 1, 2008 "For Sonosite, the new models -- called the S-series -- were a move to expand the market for its ultrasounds by focusing in on its strategy of targeting specialists, who are not regular users of the devices. It could also boost the firm's profits, which in the past have not kept up with the company's sales growth."
The Life Sciences Blog | May 29, 2008 "Built to military specification, hundreds of Sonosite systems are deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan to aid in triaging wounded troops. Most recently, Sonosite systems were dispatched to help victims in the aftermath of the earthquake in China."
The Scone Advocate | May 21, 2008 "With the donation, the hospital will be able to purchase its own Sonosite M-Turbo ultrasound system."
Seattle Post-Intelligencer | May 15, 2008 "In Bothell, the biomedical device industry is anchored by Sonosite, a manufacturer of hand-carried ultrasound machines."
King 5 News | February 19, 2008 "Karen Marate thought she was doing everything right until she volunteered for a test that revealed dangerous blockages in her neck that could lead to a heart attack or stroke."
CNN Money | February 7, 2008 "Shortly after Sonosite launched its newest product lineup in December, management knew it hit a home run."
Microsoft Case Study | November 7, 2007 "Sonosite, Inc. (Nasdaq:SONO) is leading in the race to make medical imaging devices smaller and more portable. Its lightweight, hand-carried, point-of-care ultrasound products enable clinicians to deliver safer, better, faster care, right at the patient bedside."
HeraldNet | October 2007 "Fun Fong practically drooled over Sonosite's latest ultrasound machine, watching as one of the company's staff members showed off its sharp imaging capabilities and other attributes."
Apple.com | October 2007 "The iPod has come to the bedside."
HeraldNet | October 2007 "Medical technology isn't just cool, it may one day save your life."
SCBJ | April 2007 "Under Goodwin, Sonosite has become the world leader in portable ultrasound"
MSNBC | January 9, 2007 "The top dog in portable ultrasound gear closes out the year with accelerated top-line growth."
HeraldNet | December 29th, 2006 "Technicians at local high-tech companies' do all kinds of bad, nasty stuff' to ensure their products keep working in extreme conditions."
HeraldNet | September 25th, 2006 "The Bothell-based company uses podcasts for its ultrasound scanner training"
Red Herring | January 14, 2006 "Ultrasound is more than an obstetrician's grey-scale visual into the womb. The technology is found far beyond the commonly associated fields of obstetrics and gynecology."
Seattle Times | January 5, 2006 "New York City internist John Postley is practicing the medicine of the future - at least as it's envisioned by one Bothell company."
Barron's | November 7, 2005 "Sonosite is growing significantly faster than the average medical-device company and much faster than larger capital-equipment imaging companies like a GE or Siemens."
RT image | August 8, 2005 "Sonosite Inc. announces the worldwide launch of its MicroMaxx ultrasound system, the company's third generation hand-carried product."
Herald Net | August 8, 2005 (Requires Clickshare account) "Sonosite's portable ultrasound machines have helped doctors from Seattle emergency rooms to field hospitals in Iraq quickly find internal injuries."
MedGadget | April 20, 2005 "Sonosite, Inc. has announced the release of its latest, laptop size ultrasound system."
Business Week | March 14, 2005 "There are few CEOs like Kevin Goodwin, who boasts that his company leaves General Electric in the dust. Sonosite is way ahead of GE -- in handheld products for ultrasound imaging."
Forbes | February 14, 2005 "Kevin Goodwin has a cheap handheld ultrasound device. Can he take down GE and Siemens?"