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Data management

Ensuring data quality

Why we do this

The accuracy and completeness of data are critical in medical design, as errors or omissions can have serious consequences for patient care. Therefore, it is essential to establish data quality standards and processes to ensure that data is entered and maintained correctly.

Data sharing and

Why we do this:

In medical design, it is crucial to ensure that data can be shared across different systems and providers, enabling better coordination of care. Therefore, it is essential to design systems that can support data interoperability, allowing healthcare providers to exchange information securely and efficiently.

Data analytics and

Why we do this

Medical design must focus on designing systems that enable healthcare providers to analyze and visualize data effectively. By leveraging analytics and visualization tools, healthcare providers can gain insights into patient health trends, identify potential risks, and improve patient outcomes.

Data privacy and security

Why we do this

Protecting patient privacy and data security is critical in medical design. Healthcare providers must adhere to strict regulatory requirements such as HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) to ensure that patient data is secure and confidential.

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Usability studies

We’re experienced in conducting both formative and summative usability studies.

The purpose of a usability study is a research method used to evaluate the user experience (UX) of a product, system, or service. The goal of a usability study is to understand how well users can perform specific tasks and accomplish their goals using the product, and to support regulatory approval submissions.