Whitepaper: Medical Device Leaders’ Comprehensive Guide to Human Factors Engineering

 In Human Factors & Usability Testing, Medical Product Design
Developing a medical device is already a long, involved, and often expensive process. Adding time and personnel to conduct human factors engineering (HFE) seems like a high cost addition, and for what benefit?

HFE actually serves two immensely valuable purposes and vastly benefits the medical development process in the long run. When it’s neglected, trouble can arise in the form of major development delays, rejected FDA approvals, and higher risk to the end user.

But how can you be expected to correctly apply HFE without fully understanding it? It’s not a quick or easy process — but its advantages far outweigh any costs you can imagine.

When you take the time to fully and consistently integrate HFE into your medical device development process, you’ll make a better, safer, more intuitive product. And that will better serve not only your users but your sales goals.

In this whitepaper, you’ll take away:

  • What HFE is and its two main, true purposes.

  • What happens when HFE isn’t done correctly.

  • How to make sure HFE is a fully integrated part of your device development process.

  • How to get the maximum benefits from HFE, beyond time- and cost-savings.

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