A Venture Capitalist recently joked that to fund a startup, all one must do is choose a URL that ends in ‘.ai’. Although he was not serious, it was an acknowledgment that companies pursuing AI are getting much attention, and there is a fear of missing out (FOMO) in the investment community if one of…
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Internet-enabled medical technologies have significantly improved the standard of care. They have also introduced a range of challenges for healthcare practitioners, administrators, and patients. The good news is these issues can be mitigated—or, in some cases, eliminated—in the engineering and design phase. Following are five key considerations for manufacturers to help foster connected healthcare’s continued acceleration.
IVDR has significant implications for the manufacturing of IVD devices, as it requires manufacturers to comply with new and more rigorous regulatory requirements. Wiktoria Banczyk, Product Manager Lab Filtration Medical Devices at Sartorius Lab Instruments, discusses the challenges posed by the implementation of EU IVDR 2017/746 and key considerations for manufacturers as they navigate today’s regulatory landscape.
Infographics can propel MedTech research and campaigns and enhance the user experience. Here Fabricio Pamplona, co-founder of online infographic maker for scientists Mind the Graph, explores the power of visuals in MedTech and medical communication.
Providing the right tools and processes can help improve communication between design, engineering and procurement as companies continue to face supply chain challenges and workforce shortages.
By applying HFE principles early on, packaging design can evolve beyond usability evaluations in product development cycles to ultimately ensure a better user experience and safe execution.
Inspecting for quality after a process is completed is reactive and outdated. Instead, the future lies in predicting quality and quality issues. For medical device manufacturers, the advantages in predictive quality are so great they simply cannot be ignored.
“Velentium is committed to educating the next generation of aspiring engineers and plans to expand this initiative to additional universities around the country, ultimately creating a certification course.”