Medtech, Medical Devices, Human-Centered Business, Design Thinking, Emerging Markets, Healthcare, Prosthetics, Marketing, Biomedical Engineering
The art of human-centered design accounts for both technological and emotional specifications in order to deliver meaningful products that meet the specific needs of the individual customer. Every business professional can deepen his or her understanding of human-centered design – regardless of our industry of choice – by looking to perspectives that the business of medical technology offers. To that end, this article draws upon interviews with three figures in this remarkable field, distilling their insights on how to cultivate businesses that produce human-centered solutions.
Poff, Evan D.
"An Arm and a Leg: Medtech Perspectives on Human-Centered Design,"
Marriott Student Review: Vol. 3
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/marriottstudentreview/vol3/iss1/7
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