How do you know when a minimum viable product is too minimal, and what can you do about it? This comes up a lot during custom application projects, and we have found it helpful to review what an MVP is, how to develop it, and how to use it to set up your project for […]
R&D teams for medtech companies are tasked with innovating to create the right tools for their custom applications and surgical dashboards, and also with ensuring that future iterations of the application continue to provide value for key user groups. When it comes to getting the work done, each option provides benefits and drawbacks, and it’s up to you to pick the best solution: build the application or dashboard in-house, select an off-the-shelf solution, or work with a third-party development team.
In these blog posts, we share tips based on our experience as a development firm who works with medtech companies to build custom applications, as well as our experience in using off-the-shelf solutions and in-house development for our own business needs.
Previously we addressed the sunk cost fallacy for marcom and business teams: the decision to keep an application that doesn’t work, or walk away and start over. This can be one of the more challenging decisions for leaders because, on one hand you’ve spent money to have something developed, but on the other hand, the […]
Are physicians reviewing cases with your company’s dashboard? Here’s how you can learn what features and data are most important. At Health Connective, our primary focus is building dashboards and applications for medtech companies. This often goes beyond the initial build of the dashboard or application, as we work with companies for ongoing support and […]
Every application development team has their own process of interfacing with the client and working alongside their developers. For us, we’ve found the approach that works the best for our team and our clients is to essentially become a part of the client’s team. We believe that direct communication between our developers and the client’s […]
We are often asked how long it would take to develop a custom application for a medtech company and all of the factors that might affect the development process. The answer is that it can vary quite a bit depending on the company’s needs, the scope of the project, and the different phases required within […]
Web accessibility is something that all companies with an online presence should be thinking about and planning for, and the medtech industry is no exception. Although the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not specifically mention websites and web applications, it has been widely interpreted to include such entities in recent lawsuits. Medtech companies often […]
When your medtech company has decided to move forward with building a custom application, it’s important to select a company that can not only deliver the finished product you will need, but will also work well with your team throughout the development process. When a medtech company signs an agreement to work with us for […]