Together with our cooperation partner Norway Health Tech we would like to discuss about ideas and experiences on next generation medical device design and development – how to ensure agile co-creation of medical devices to get certified, high quality medical products to the market as quickly as possible despite the burdensome regulations and more complex business environment.
Across industries, the pace to introduce new products is increasing putting pressure on companies to shorten the design and development cycles. Medical devices are no exception in this respect. One very common question in the medical field is that because of the burdensome regulations and more complex business environment, is it really possible to get certified, high-quality medical products to the market quickly and smoothly?
Yes, it is. We’ve found that one answer in shortening the development cycle as a whole is to apply three commonly known methodologies of product development to medical device development: Design Thinking, Lean Start-up, and Agile. Join us to learn more how these methodologies can be applied to medical device development, to get certified, high-quality medical product to the market as quickly as possible despite the burdensome regulations and more complex business environment.
WHEN & WHERE:
17th November at 9:00-10:30 (Norwegian time) as online event
This webinar is open and free for anyone to attend! The original webinar promotion can be found from Norway Health Tech's website and the registration can be made through their page as well.
SPEAKERS IN THE WEBINAR:
- Pauli Innamaa is currently working as Head of Digital Healthcare Solutions at Innokas Medical. Pauli is eager to find out effective and efficient ways and tools to develop medical devices, both physical and only SW, that comply with the regulations and product safety consideration pertinent to the business.
- Pekka Pohjosaho currently working as Head of QA&RA Services at Innokas Medical. Pekka has led the development of Innokas Medical’s Design and Development process and has done early concepting work with customers, which is very important element of agile development.