Insight Product Development and MATTER hosted the 4th annual HealthTECH Startup Competition last week. This very well attended event brought together some of the top representatives of the booming Midwestern startup ecosystem, including investors, academia, government, and Fortune 500 medical companies. The event showcased ten top healthcare startup companies from the Midwest and beyond who were […]
Feedback is important in technology, but how do you incorporate changes in a meaningful way? Find out on: FRI, Nov 4th AT 2:30 PM, @ MATTER, CHICAGO, IL High-impact product design starts with a deep understanding of the needs of end-users and customers. This encore workshop will help you understand end-users’ needs and the extent […]
Effectively identifying, prioritizing and translating user needs into design guidance is critical to successfully developing a safe, effective and desirable medical device.
One of the challenges in biomedical engineering careers is developing an understanding of current and anticipated unmet clinical needs, and how to address those needs with existing and new technologies. On October 7th, 2016, at the BMES (Biomedical Engineering Society) Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Insight Product Development and Northwestern’s Pritzker School of Law sponsored a […]
Charlotte Lux, Senior Researcher, and Ed Geiselhart, Director of Innovation and User Experience explain why “fewer steps” does not always equates to “easier to use” in our lated MedTECH Intelligence Article. The medical device industry, with encouragement from the FDA, has come to appreciate usability more than ever in recent years. In the interest of safety and the spirit […]
Feedback is important in technology, but how do you incorporate changes in a meaningful way? Find out on: FRI, SEP 9 AT 1:00 PM, @ MATTER, CHICAGO, IL High-impact product design starts with a deep understanding of the needs of end-users and customers. This workshop will help you understand end-users’ needs and the extent to […]
Insight will bring its rich history in prototyping to this year’s Service Experience Chicago conference, where attendees will explore service design in the context of healthcare and financial services. Most healthcare services have at least one physical or digital product component, and those products can be difficult to weave seamlessly into an entire service experience. […]
Sean Corrigan, Director of Engineering, and Carolyn Rose, Director of Research, discuss how to build a successful concept development framework in our latest Med Device Online article. The definition of what constitutes “innovation” in the medical device industry has become enigmatic in recent years. While it’s still sometimes true that cracking the technology nut can […]