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.
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.
User needs and expectations continue to advance. Medical device technology needs to keep pace. For a successful design, take the following requirements into consideration.
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The transition to digital in healthcare is happening at a fast pace.
A guide to the steps companies can take to evaluate their device developer’s HFE process.
The device should be carefully matched to end users, rather than be an afterthought.
Companies should not underestimate the importance of investing in user experience design.
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How companies should be identifying user needs when developing software solutions.