At Device Talks Boston in May, Ronald Kurz, Sr. Director and GM at Canon Virginia, Kathryn Unger, Sr. Mgr. of Global ESG Communications at Boston Scientific, and David Ettl, COO at Gradian Health System, addressed the question, how can we make medical products sustainable?
UX (user experience) design processes are constantly evolving as the industry continues to embrace IoT technologies. With this evolution comes a need to focus on improving UX protocols in the design of medical devices.
With the ever-increasing adoption of connected devices, the agency is emphasizing the need for effective cybersecurity.
The shift towards more home-based and distance-care may further change in a post-COVID environment.
As an essential material that creates an intimate connection between the device and its user, and is paramount to functionality, the consideration of adhesives should be brought in at the beginning of the design process.
As one of the nation’s largest industries, and one that is experiencing serious issues with cost, staffing and customer experience, healthcare is a prime candidate for IoT solutions.
No longer just “the big company advantage,” Arlen Ward discusses how CM&S is an accepted and viable device industry path to market for large and small medical device makers alike.
User needs and expectations continue to advance. Medical device technology needs to keep pace. For a successful design, take the following requirements into consideration.
Expanded designs that enable clinicians to leverage data in making healthcare decisions, but privacy challenges remain.
While safety and efficacy are prime drivers, a med-tech product’s form and its function have a much deeper and stronger relation than one might assume.