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10 most viewed 2016 StarFish Medical videos

video-collageThink you’ve seen it all?  Then check out our most viewed 2016 StarFish Medical videos.
Five new entries join this year’s list. Perfect for viewing during breaks in your holiday schedule.

The most viewed video in 2016 was Medical Device Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs — StarFish Medical Expertise Scott Phillips and Director of QA/RA, Vesna Janic join StarFish Medical team members to discuss the experience, process, quality and innovation they bring to Medical Device entrepreneurs and organizations requiring QA/RA and QMS-in-a-Box assistance.

Careers with StarFish’s Multi-Disciplinary Medical Engineering Team  Since its debut in 2013, this video has amassed the most viewings in our collection.  Find out what it’s like to work as part of the StarFish Medical engineering team. Our employees share their thoughts on what makes StarFish Medical culture special.

IEC 60601 Impact Testing Tips Part of Nigel Syrotuck’s blog on the subject, this video references IEC 60601-1 IEC 2005 Section 15.3.3.  Remember to refer to the most current version of the IEC document for full information. This video is intended as tips, not to be used as official practice.

In-Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) Device – StarFish Medical Expertise StarFish Medical CEO and Founder, Scott Phillips and StarFish Medical team members discuss the range and breadth of experience, process, quality and innovation they bring to In-Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) Device entrepreneurs and organizations seeking to turn concepts into approved IVD medical devices.

StarFish Medical Project Management Expertise Scott describes what’s unique about the company approach to project management. Five project managers talk about their approach to managing projects. Having the help of a project manager is critical for medical device design, development, and manufacture. Otherwise the project would blow up and take 3x longer. Without a good project manager, the design and development team wouldn’t systematically go after the high risk items. They wouldn’t know when it’s good enough and when to focus on something else.                                                                            

Working at StarFish Medical Would you like to know what it’s like to work at StarFish Medical? 18 employees answer 14 questions about working at StarFish and living in Victoria. From company philosophy to traits that make StarFish employees unique and successful, spend six and a half minutes with our team. You’ll learn why we love Victoria BC and what makes us the largest medical device design and manufacturing company in Canada. Working at StarFish Medical.

Manufacturing — StarFish Medical Expertise StarFish Medical specializes in low to medium volume production of electromechanical medical devices. As a full service medical device manufacturer, we also pilot production for new product introduction for higher volumes. Hear case studies and unique StarFish manufacturing expertise from the team that makes it happen.                                                                       

Medical Device Commercialization Playbook 2016 Scott Phillips describes what you can expect and learn when Medtech industry speakers and panels from across North America discuss what it takes to Go from start-up to the first $50M. Network and learn 2016 top trends and issues for medical device commercialization.    Stay tuned for the 2017 event video.       

Technology Commercialization – StarFish Medical Expertise StarFish Medical specializes in Medical Device Technology Commercialization. Scott, John and StarFish Medical team members discuss the range and breadth of experience, process, quality and innovation they bring to entrepreneurs and universities seeking to turn concepts into approved medical devices.

StarFish Medical Industrial Design and Human Factors Expertise Meet the StarFish Medical ID and Human Factors team. Both FDA and CE marking requires human factors to be considered as part of the design process. Developing use cases, and evaluating possible solutions with focus groups (the people who would actually use the device) are an important part of good medical device design. In this video Scott and StarFish ID team members discuss Human Factors projects, philosophies, and processes.


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