I’m happy to announce that the paper on our work with the Medtech Innovation Guide – Medtech Innovation Guide: An empiric model to support medical technology innovation, is now available online at SpringerLink. The paper is a joint effort of colleagues at the Centre for Biomedical Engineering and Physics (CMTF) at Umeå University, Sweden, and published in Health and Technology.
The work has been ongoing since 2018 and Olof Lindahl, Fredrik Öhberg, Linda Pommer, Karolina Jonzén, Britt M. Andersson, Anders Eklund, Anders Wåhlin, and Per Hallberg have been involved in the work and the writing of the paper.
The paper is available Open Access for free under a CC license. Please read and spread the article!
Great work from a great team!
Mejtoft, T., Lindahl, O., Öhberg, F., Pommer, L., Jonzén, K., Andersson, B. M., Eklund, A., Wåhlin, A., & Hallberg, P. (2022). Medtech Innovation Guide: An empiric model to support medical technology innovation. Health and Technology, 12, 911–922.
(edit 2022-09-20: Issue assigned and reference corrected)