Whether you are looking to incorporate a platform strategy or create a novel device, Insight can supply the resources and expertise to ensure successful outcomes.
ONdrugDelivery Magazine asks Mark Tunkel, Partner and Business Development Director at Insight Product Development, to discuss the benefits of mapping the patient journey when looking to select a platform device for a new drug-device combination product.
Learn how we utilize iterative prototyping to effectively push risk upstream and the value that each stage of prototyping provides as designs transition from engineering into manufacturing.
Whether you are looking to incorporate a platform strategy or create a novel device, understanding the Patient Journey is crucial to developing an effective and successful pharmaceutical delivery system. Learn why we firmly believe that a contextual understanding of the patient’s experience is so important.
Sometimes it’s not all that easy to identify and prioritize user needs to ensure that they drive relevant decisions throughout development. Check out our latest Q&A with Insight’s Director of Research and Strategy, Carolyn Rose, to get some insights on this topic.
Identifying, prioritizing and translating user needs into design guidance is critical to successfully developing a safe, effective and differentiated combination product that supports long term adherence.
ONdrugDelivery Magazine asks Insight partner, Mark Tunkel to share his insights on achieving differentiation in an increasingly competitive marketplace
The PDA Letter features Mark Tunkel’s insights in October issue!
Insight’s Dr. Michael Lau to lead MATTER workshop Oct 5th, 2015
This workshop will offer attendees an initial introduction to ‘Human Factors’, and demonstrate its growing importance in medical device development. In the course of this workshop’s guided examination of the field, product developers will emerge with an understanding of the interplay between the intended device use, users, and use environments, in addition to the different types of human factors activities that exist, and