Is AI health data inclusive enough? Team Consulting explores why AI is missing crucial women’s health data and what needs to be done to remedy this.
Team Consulting is a multi-award winning medical device design and development consultancy serving a global client base from a 13th century barn in the Cambridge countryside.
We design innovative and competitive devices to meet the needs of both patients and healthcare professionals. Working closely with our clients we apply our expertise and experience in industrial design, engineering, human factors and industrialisation to deliver medical products from early concept through to commercial launch.
As we only develop products for the medical sector, we provide our clients with deep insight into the industry. We know how to design, engineer and manufacture complex, innovative products that meet regulatory requirements. We recognise that identifying, interpreting and meeting the needs of both patients and healthcare professionals are central to successful products. And we understand that the rising cost of healthcare provision requires cost-effective solutions.
Above all, we believe it is the way that we work with clients that is key to our success. We pride ourselves on the quality and independence of our advice, and the strength of our relationships, which are based on integrity, honesty and trust.
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Iain Ansell has taken on the role of CEO at Team Consulting.added by Marketing at Team 1 min Read
There have been many exciting technological developments recently, often aimed at relieving pain points for patients and giving them the freedom to live better lives. The following are some of the latest innovations in wearable therapeutics that are impacting healthcare.added by Marketing at Team 2 min Read
Hardware verification gives evidence that a production representative sample of your medical device meets the issued hardware requirements. Unlike software verification, which requires verification actions throughout development, formal hardware verification is performed entirely at the end of the design process, though much of the preparation must occur earlier in the project.added by Marketing at Team 5 min Read
The UK government has made recent calls for evidence on discrimination in medical devices, aiming to determine how devices and technologies could be biased against different genders, ethnicities and other socio-demographic groups. This raises a question – can medical devices be designed to discriminate against certain users? The brief answer is yes – but unintentionally. While it is, of course, never the intention of a medical device manufacturer to introduce bias or discrimination into the design of their product, there is a risk of this occurring without the correct design considerations.added by Marketing at Team 2 min Read