VICTORIA, B.C., June 8, 2016 – StarFish Medical announces Scott Phillips, President and founder of StarFish Medical, will present the results of a 2016 Digital Health survey for connected medical devices at MD&M East, on June 15th at the Jacob Javitz Center in New York City. Wednesday, 11:00-11:45am. The 2016 Digital Health survey for connected medical devices is available to survey participants and StarFish Medical newsletter subscribers on June 8. Sign up for the free monthly newsletter at www.StarFishMedical.com.
Phillips describes his MD&M East presentation in his video overview. The official conference program sets the stage for an interesting and informative session: Digital health products are certainly an area still under construction – we’re seeing first-hand the transformation of the man-machine relationship. But what is your competition hammering out in the areas of wearables, implantables, and connected devices? How far along are they in developing the next successful product? We’ll take you on the other side of the yellow construction tape, and help you analyze issues driving innovation and the impact on your business.
Digital Health Survey: How Your Competition is Affecting Your Success
• See the results of a survey on digital devices that allows monitoring/feedback through a remote/digital network
• Get a sense for the current state of mobile health – what are the trends and how far along are medtech developers, really?
• Explore design, regulatory and security challenges being faced
• Discuss lessons learned from failures to successes
About StarFish Medical:
StarFish Medical provides award-winning design, development, and flexible manufacturing outsourcing services —100% dedicated to the medical device and life science marketplace. StarFish partners with innovative companies to create and manufacture breakthrough products for a full range of medical specialty areas including: Cardiovascular, Digital Health, IVD, Ophthalmology, Optics, and Ultrasound. StarFish expertise includes electronics, mechanical, human factors and software systems engineering.
Our proprietary Pathfinder™ process for medical device product definition saves clients time and resources throughout the technology and product development phases to commercialization. Prototype and low volume complex electro-mechanical production are delivered in an ISO 13485 certified facility with FDA registration, including cleanroom capabilities.
Regulatory and quality system (QMS) consultants at StarFish provide technical regulatory assistance for FDA and Health Canada submissions, including IEC 60601 and ISO13485.
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