It all begins with identifying a compelling unmet health-related need and becoming an “expert” in that need area through primary and secondary research.
“A well-characterized need is the DNA of a great invention.”
Using everything you’ve learned about the need — including your team’s unique insights — you’re ready to generate and screen a wide range of solutions to select the one with the greatest likelihood of making it into patient care.
“Innovation should start and end with the needs of patients, physicians, and other important stakeholders — not just the technology.”
As you navigate the steps in the Biodesign innovation process, here are other materials to help you and your team succeed.
“Biodesign is a team sport.”