Risk Reduction for Biotech (Medical Device) Systems

Risk Reduction – what does that mean?

Risks inherent with development of software applications, medical devices and hospital systems

  • Product recalls caused by inadequately tested devices and integrated systems
  • Budgets blown due to costly rework and excessive tech support issues
  • Escalating costs and consequences caused by late detection
  • Poor user experience due to low product quality and instability
  • Slow system response time for multiple concurrent users


How does the risk reduction program work?

One – identify all high risk areas within the application, device and system

Two – create ‘what if’ scenarios for all high risk features and functionality

Three – convert all ‘what if’ scenarios into use cases (for R&D/QA teams)

Four – prioritize all scenarios/use cases utilizing probability versus impact process

Five – feed high risk scenarios/use cases directly into R&D and QA Plans

Six – keep entire project team tightly focused on high risk plans and tasks until release

Seven – update process documentation for ongoing team training


Advantu Risk Reduction Program Benefits 

  • Significantly reduced Time To Market
  • Measurably improved reliability and scalability
  • Increased profits and revenue via best in class processes
  • Predictable forecast accuracy and delivery dates
  • Increased confidence with new feature/product releases
  • Early risk detection prevents escalating cost and impact on deliverables
  • Improved user experience and customer satisfaction with your products



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