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Insights into the Problem of Alarm Fatigue with Physiologic Monitor Devices

Of the many applications of Big Data in healthcare, one of the most compelling is regulatory compliance. Brian Nantz, Senior Software Engineer at GE Healthcare will be dissecting the UCSF Alarm Case Study in his upcoming talk at the 20th Software Design for Medical Devices Summit. 

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Choosing The Right System Software For Medical Devices

Finding the right software for the design of medical devices is critical, as there is little room for error. Developers have many choices to make, from whether to use a “roll-your-own” solution or a commercial off-the-shelf product to whether to employ a real-time operating system or a general purpose operating system such as Linux or Android. This article by White River explores the breadth of considerations that are essential in making the best choice.

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The Big Agile Healthcare Survey Results

Download this report based on Healthcare IQ's recent survey of OEMs to discover how those working in software design for medical devices were using Agile and other methodologies. Those survey responses are shown here along with the notes of an industry insider with 20 years experience in the field.

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Report: Agile Development for Medical Devices Software

This 3-part report on Agile development features a special interview with the Software Chief Technology Officer of GE Healthcare, an article on the Top 9 frequently asked agile questions, and Agile insights from three other industry experts.

Five Expert Perspectives on Software Design for Medical Devices

To preview the interactive discussion that will take place at the SDMD Conference, we wanted to share the insight from five speakers who have spoken at our previous two conferences. The experts discuss crucial topics about:

  • Mobile Devices
  • Upcoming Regulations
  • Software Design
  • Software Quality
  • Validation

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Biomanufacturing: Tech and Trends of the Future

Anna Holefors, CEO of In vitro Plant-Tech sits down with PharmaIQ to discuss the technologies and trends that could shake up the biomanufacturing space for medicines.

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Cyber Security Software for Medical Devices Whitepaper

Pharma IQ brings you this whitepaper looking at what you need to know in regards to software cyber security to medical devices. Includes updates on recent medical device security legislation, a run down on how these cyber attacks occur and what you can do to prevent them.

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How Technology is Disrupting Medical Device Manufacturing

Medical device sales are booming, driven by technological advances and the needs of an aging population. The medical device market is one of the strongest segments of the economy for U.S. manufacturers, a Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation report shows. Demand for electromedical and medical equipment and supplies is strong, led by demand for devices for in vitro diagnostics, cardiology, orthopedics, diagnostic imaging and ophthalmics. The global market for medical devices will grow at 4.1 percent annually to 2020, reaching $477.5 billion at that time, projects Evaluate Ltd. As the market grows, new innovations are promoting a trend toward the integration of medical devices and home healthcare systems. To meet this growing demand, medical manufacturing is adapting disruptive technologies that are reshaping manufacturing as a whole and displacing established practices. Here’s a look at some of the disruptive trends that are transforming medical manufacturing.

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Thoughts for Developing Software Quality Procedures

Today a software resolution is happening in the medical device industry. Medical device companies are looking to approach their software development processes more efficiently and effectively to bring their product to a highly competitive and time-sensitive marketplace. However, there are certain software development procedures that need to be addressed which you can find in the Thoughts for Developing Software Quality Procedures Report.

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Software Design for Medical Devices Resource Packet

We took the time to comb through the latest medical device cybersecurity, compliance and technology news articles so you don't have to! Stay up to date on what's happening in your industry with this curated list of reports, think pieces and expert advice related to software design for medical devices.