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Episode #9 Transcript: When disposable is best

Q Justin: One of the things that we keep talking about is, what's the best use case for our clients when it comes to medical devices? Is it disposable, is it reusable? One of the questions that I keep asking you and we continue to touch on is, when...

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Episode #8 Transcript: Challenges of Disposable Devices in the OR

Q Justin: We have started to really dive into, I know, some of the nitty-gritty stuff from Lighthouse and talking about ways in which clients come to us and ask for solutions. On one of the recent episodes, we talked about single-use devices versus...

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Episode #6 Transcript: Reusable Medical Devices versus Disposable Options; which are best?

Q - Justin Starbird : Something that's important to consider from all of the clients that we work with is, what are the options in devices, and how do clients evaluate hybrid systems, versus disposable versus reusable. As well as some of the...

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Reusable versus Disposable - Which is Best?

Every product development process in the medical device industry is unique due to factors such as function, use, performance, and cost objectives. In some cases devices function stand-alone, while others are complementary to the primary device,...

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The Economics of Product Commercialization

The Economics of Product Commercialization: Three Essential Steps

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Episode #2 Transcript: Manufacturability & Targeted Costs

On this episode of At The Speed of Lighthouse we’re talking about the importance of actually determining what a price is and what factors influence the economics of a device that's under consideration for inception.

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The Importance of the Plan

The Product Development Process: The Importance of the Plan “Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately generate into hard work”, said Peter Drucker.

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