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The quality of innovative TIDI Products medical devices comes from the relationships between TIDI and caregivers. Guidance from medical professionals who can offer real-world experience and practical feedback helps TIDI improve existing products and bring new, useful devices to market.
Healthcare workers bring a new perspective to product development, and their collaboration with TIDI Products fuels informed decision-making throughout the process.
There are many opportunities to introduce medical devices into patient rooms, operating rooms, ICUs, surgical floors, and other hospital departments. TIDI partners with caregivers that bring independent product ideas to our attention.
The Sterile-Z® operating room back table cover was invented by two doctors who recognized the need for protecting sterile fields from airborne contamination prior to and during surgical procedures. Prototyping of the Posey® HeadStart™ Sensor was completed in collaboration with nurses who evaluated the product in a real-world, non-occupied hospital room.
In short, caregivers:
Collaboration between developer and user knowledge improves the odds of medical device success. Caregivers and TIDI Products engineers have historically pushed each other to consider new perspectives, challenge conclusions, and work toward the most efficient products, such as:
Given the importance of TIDI-clinician collaboration and product development, suspending activities in response to the COVID-19 crisis wasn't an option.
Despite the pandemic, TIDI Products and our caregiver collaborators found safe ways to solve tough problems caregivers face daily. Our product development teams leveraged video conferencing and other technologies to:
Making the right product development decisions based on the right information can happen in the initial collaborative phases of research and design, or well into prototyping.
Either way, TIDI Products is committed to developing products that help reduce risk and enhance compliance, allowing caregivers to perform at their best to ensure optimal patient protection.