David Warwick | egt director
This webinar will focus on what it takes to produce a diagnostics device which not only meets requirements but lives up to its marketing.
The design and development of Diagnostic devices within the medical industry is a complex process, fraught with usability uncertainties. Many clinicians are reluctant to make a diagnosis without the confirmation of a device, but devices cannot always be used in isolation as they do not have the full picture and patient knowledge of the clinician. This dichotomy makes the development of such devices often difficult. So, how do we develop a diagnostics device which satisfies the product, patient, and clinician requirement specifications? Furthermore, how can we develop a diagnostics strategy that addresses the co-dependence of diagnostic devices and their user?
This webinar will focus on what it takes to produce a diagnostics device which not only meets requirements but lives up to its marketing. Looking at the user and usability requirements, how your device should be classified and the importance of creating a defined strategy, we will discuss the human factors involved with diagnostics design and how total reliance on the device is not always the best option.
Topics to be covered include:
- The key considerations in a diagnostics device development programme
- The importance of identifying your product strategy early in your programme
- How to keep usability and the end-user in mind throughout
- Navigating the regulatory process
- Closing the design loop – ensuring your end product does what you say it does!
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