Software as Medical Device – Connected Health Workshop
“Factors to translate software in Healthcare Arena”
Modern medical devices that incorporate software are gaining complexity, and as the connectivity to internet, cloud, and outside world increases, so does the regulatory ad security outside world increases, so does the regulatory ad security challenges. Regulatory bodies require medical device software researchers/organisations to provide objective evidence is delivered in a quality system that is safe and reliable. Therefore delivered in a quality system that is safe and reliable. Therefore developers need improved development approaches, knowledge, tools, and techniques to overcome these challenges.
Digital Hub Development Agency, Molecular Medicine Ireland and HRB-CRCI would like to invite you to a Connected Health workshop that will examine the factors required in translating software for the Healthcare.
The seminar will be delivered through interactive sessions, case studies, presentations and panel discussions led by industry experts.
- Human Design Interface
- Clinician User experience
- Strategy to fit into quality systems
- Quality Systems
- Data/Patient Privacy
- Business Models
- Reality of e-health adoption in Ireland
Who should attend?
The workshop is specifically designed for academics, early stage and established software companies engaging in software medical devices.
When & Where:
The seminar will take place at 09:30amon Wednesday, 30th November at The Digital Hub, Roe Lane, Dublin 8
How to register
This is a free event and places are limited. A light lunch will be served. To register, follow the link here:
Further information, please contact:
Fionnuala Gibbons at firstname.lastname@example.org