Get Your Guide to Developing Next-Gen Diagnostic Systems

By Dan Haworth • Head of Diagnostics

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Whether it’s unlocking the potential of a groundbreaking biomarker, innovating with new assay or detection technologies, or navigating the updates needed for your system to compete with newer devices, the path ahead is undoubtedly complex.

That’s why we’ve distilled the essence of successful diagnostic system development into this 10-minute guide – it’s your compass in the intricate world of diagnostics, highlighting critical considerations essential for turning ambitious ideas into tangible solutions.

Key insights include:

Lay the foundations with a compelling value proposition.

Be prepared – R&D is expensive.

Understand the interplay between assay, user, and product workflows.

Capture the design inputs clearly and early.

Plan a fit-for-purpose regulatory strategy.

Establish a platform system architecture for MVP and ultimate vision.

Fail fast and pivot at minimal cost using a risk-based approach.

Gather early user feedback to inform the design.

Be aware – early design decisions get baked in to the final product.

Get the right team for your project.

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