About the Conference
As combination products grow more commonplace and more complicated, the regulations governing them change as well, as does best practice in designing and validating IFUs. A key question that must still be explored is how to elevate human factors engineering from a mentality of regulatory compliance to one of improving the user experience and gaining marketplace advantage.
The 4th Human Factors Engineering & Usability Studies Summit provides in-depth insight on working with multiple user groups, improving the user interface of medical device software and apps, and properly integrating human factors engineering into device life cycles to avoid wasted time, money, and reputational damage. No other West Coast conference offers such a specific focus on the usability needs of the life science industry!
TOP SIX REASONS TO ATTEND
- Sean Hägen is presenting on February 5th!
- Strategies to improve device interoperability
- Criteria to emphasize ROI of human factors testing to project management
- Methods to provide a superior sensory experience to users
- Insights into new domestic and international human factors regulations in a post-Brexit marketplace
- Special focus on the lifecycle challenges of apps and digital therapeutics