Demand is increasing for at-home digital health systems, where sensors follow people’s health data and automatically turn them into real-time insights for themselves and their health providers.
From ResMed and its connected CPAP technology to Clarify Medical getting user feedback for its light therapy system for skin conditions, medical device companies have started to score successes in at-home digital health, according to Scott Thielman, CTO of Product Creation Studio (Seattle).
“We really need to focus on cultivating user experience — a great user experience that will be sticky, that will overcome the downsides of having to live with whatever this technology is in their lives. There’s design work there to be done that we really need to lean in to and focus on to keep these innovations successful,” Thielman said during the latest podcast at our sister site Medical Design & Outsourcing.
Go to MDO and listen to Thielman provide some solutions to common challenges medical device creators face in the at-home digital health world.
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