Agility

The power of Agile in medical innovation

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Remi Veenman

In the world of medical product development, agility has become a crucial factor for success. Agile principles are deeply embedded in the methodologies Spark applies to create innovative solutions that meet the highest standards of quality and safety.

Innovation through rapid iterations

The development process begins with a sharp focus on concept validation. We ask ourselves questions such as: does the technical solution work? Does it have clinical value? Are we genuinely improving patient outcomes? By asking and answering these questions early on in the process, we minimize risks and accelerate the learning process.

Prototyping and user testing

We embrace an iterative approach by rapidly building prototypes and extensively testing them. By collecting early and frequent feedback from physicians, nurses, and patients, we can make timely adjustments. This approach not only speeds up development but also reduces the likelihood of costly errors in later stages of the process.

Risk management and compliance

In accordance with strict regulations in the medical sector, we integrate risk management at every stage of the development process. Design traceability plays a key role here, documenting and justifying design decisions.

Early user involvement

Design thinking is an essential part of our approach, ensuring that our solutions are not only technically sound but also embraced by end-users. By involving them from the start, we can better anticipate their needs and preferences, as we have experienced with our Optelec braille display.

The Power of Agile

Medical innovation thrives on a combination of creative design, intuitive insights, and analytical precision. By applying agile principles such as iterative development, early user testing, and risk management, we strive for products that are not only technologically advanced but also genuinely impactful on healthcare practice and patient outcomes.

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