This week, Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare (PSQH) released their latest podcast episode, Ensuring patient safety during the medical device research process, featuring Bold Insight Managing Partner, Korey Johnson. In the conversation, Johnson talks about the importance of UX research during the medical device development process, sharing how testing early can mitigate use-related risk and detailing common blind spots that manufacturers should consider when navigating FDA approval.
“Manufacturers who tend to have the most success with their validation studies are those who have embraced a user-centered design process from the start,” said Johnson. “Gathering input from end users early and often to actively design for use-related challenges throughout the development of a product, leads to a smoother submission process and improved patient outcomes.”
Visit the PSQH website to listen to the full podcast recording.
About PSQH: The Podcast
PSQH: The Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast covering the hottest topics in patient safety and quality. During each episode, Jay Kumar, PSQH Editor-in-Chief, chats with a special guest including industry leaders, PSQH advisory board members, and subject matter experts.
About Bold Insight
Bold Insight is a UX and human factors research agency based in Chicago. Executing projects that span the product development life cycle, we conduct user research informing early product design to global human factors validation. We work with digital, next-generation technology—medical devices to mobile apps, IFUs to customer journeys. https://boldinsight.com/services/medical-device-research