Getting a Connected Device to Market

  • Dec 19, 2014

    Issues and Challenges in Protecting Personal Health Information 5

    Authentication and authorization issues are a classic mix of the human element and poor implementation. If you have been to a hospital lately, your eyes quickly are drawn to the amount of identification and security cards attached to each employee. Establishing identity is clearly a complex problem......More
  • Oct 29, 2014

    Security Risks Inherent in the Medical Device Lifecycle

    We must consider the extra wrinkle in this health security story: the numerous medical devices that collect and store PHI. These devices often lack security controls because they were built before security became a consideration......More
  • Oct 20, 2014

    Effective Design Partnerships: Understanding the Manufacturer’s Profile and Objectives

    In the most effective partnerships, the manufacturer and outside firm begin with research (see the second column in this series for why this is so). But by the time the partners reach the design phase, they need to be able to define more than just the product concept....More
  • Sep 7, 2014

    Effective Design Partnerships: Understanding the Critical Partnership Research Stage

    Few markets rival the medical market for complexity. Most product sales involve a long line of people who can influence the decision: doctors, patients, nurses, technicians, IT engineers, accountants, safety managers, regulators, administrators, auditors, and more. Each has a slightly--or radically--different calculation of the holistic value of the product....More

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