In a world where the healthcare industry is experiencing rapid and massive change, medical device manufacturers have many opportunities but also face significant challenges.
Medical devices have become increasingly significant tools for improved patient care while also becoming smaller, more connected, more intelligent, and more user-friendly.
The challenge now becomes how to most efficiently and effectively design and manufacture these complex devices to address strict and constantly evolving regulatory mandates and rising health care costs.
Experience how this interactive infographic walks you through current trends and tools needed for a digital transformation.
Largest challenges facing the medical device industry
- Aging Population
- Globalization and economic disparity
- Healthcare costs under greater pressure and scrutiny
- Devices are more complex
What is a digital transformation?
Digital transformation can greatly simplify and accelerate the design and validation of the digital twin—which is where the most significant workflow bottlenecks occur.
Designing better medical devices faster, with less risk and cost, requires innovative design tools, a more collaborative workflow, seamless software integration spanning all teams, and simulation-driven design. Explore how you can make all this possible.
Tools needed for a medical device digital transformation
Intelligent features and tools automate complex design tasks, enable continuous design validation, and simplify working with scanned patient data for personalized device designs.
- Holistic, integrated modeling environment
- Intelligent design automation tools
- Rapid, simple, high-quality 3D shape creation
- Continuous design validation
- No data translation required