This webinar examines the way in which wearables advance public health
Wearable IoMT devices have been growing in popularity for some time, although the COVID-19 pandemic has further augmented the medical device industry. As a result, the necessity of this health care approach has been emphasized beyond the practitioner’s office out in the field.
This webinar examines the way in which wearables advance public health when a strategic device development approach is utilized to integrate and harmonize: Lifestyle, IoMT, Biosensing and Physiological Sensing. Webinar attendees will learn how wearable IoMT devices utilizing Bio‐Sensors and Physiological Sensors translate into enhanced health care and wellness lifestyles.
Attendee learning objectives
- Learn how to optimize the selection of sensor (or sensor cluster) through a proven 4‐step approach of: user experience monitoring, body assessments, key body metric capture and sensor selection.
- Learn the 3‐Step Innovation Roadmap™ for optimized wearable device development including: discovery research™, MVP R&D and AGILE commercialization under ISO‐13485.
- Review case studies that demonstrate implementation of these innovation principles yielding advanced wearable IoMT health care sensing devices.
CEO, MIDI Product Development Corp. & AdvaMed Mentor
As Co‐founder and engineering leader of MIDI, Chris joined MIDI in 1988 and for over 30 years has been committed to developing medical devices for clientele with advanced engineering, possessing optimized user design and cost effectiveness. He copioneered the firm’s DevelopmentDNA™ quality process and systems approach/Methodology, implementing a comprehensive thorough philosophy involving the fusion of design tied to reliable engineering, cost effective manufacturing design and advanced HMI utilizing these disciplines in harmonious concert. This quality process conforms with the FDA‐QSR & ISO‐13485 requirements yielding commercializable solutions, facilitating designs which can achieve FDA 510k tied to innovation and competitive differentiation. Chris’ strong vision‐oriented leadership provides a high level of skilled engineering problem‐solving methodologies with sensitivity to innovation design. He is a recipient of numerous national design and engineering awards along with dozens of utility patents. Chris was formally educated in Mechanical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and later obtained a Master’s in Business Administration from Hofstra University.
VP, Valencell, Inc.
As VP of Marketing, Ryan leads global marketing for Valencell and is responsible for all areas of marketing strategy and execution. He’s a recognized expert in the rapidly converging worlds of wearables and digital health. Prior to Valencell, Ryan led marketing and enterprise engagement at 6fusion, rapidly growing market awareness and adoption of an innovative approach to standardizing the economic measurement of IT infrastructure. At GXS, Ryan led product marketing and product management for GXS Managed Services, helping grow the business from $40M to $150M in 7 years. Ryan holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the University of Maryland.
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