Experts will explore how digital technologies have opened up new opportunities for patients, providers and medtech manufacturers.
The findings suggest that manufacturers need to make user interface and user experience design improvements to certain wearable medical devices.
The shift towards more home-based and distance-care may further change in a post-COVID environment.
Devices by themselves don’t improve outcomes. Better lifestyle integration is key to driving changes in patient compliance—embedding sensors into the sorts of devices people can use every day to increase opportunities for passive biometric capture and to facilitate therapeutics.
In a Q&A with Zipnosis, Catherine Murphy explains the uptick in telehealth visits and how it is changing the continuum of care.
Companies should not underestimate the importance of investing in user experience design.
Human factors addresses not only the obvious or physical, but also digs deep.
Why this sentiment can cause more harm than good.
Medical device companies that understand and embrace the entire user experience will become market leaders as they connect with users in powerful ways. This is where the real opportunity lies.