Keyword: Health and welfare technology


05 May 2020
27 April 2020

Coding that saves lives – Development of the Evondos® service improves patient safety

27.04.2020 | Pinja Blog | Software development, Health and welfare technology

"Recently, I started work as a developer for the Evondos® medication dispensing service system. I find this very meaningful work in many ways”, says Minna Lehtomäki. As a software designer, my duty is to analyze...

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20 April 2020

Medical Software Development according to Medical Device Regulation (MDR) – part 3: Quality management system

20.04.2020 | Pinja Blog | Sustainability, Health and welfare technology

This blog series discusses the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) in brief and how it affects software development for medical devices. This part discusses the effects of the MDR on your Quality Management System (QMS).

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06 March 2020

Medical software development according to Medical Device Regulation (MDR) – part 2: Conformity assessment route, software modules and impact of changes

06.03.2020 | Pinja Blog | Sustainability, Health and welfare technology

This blog series discusses the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) in brief and how it affects software development for medical devices. In this second part we will discuss the conformity assessment routes, software modules...

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30 January 2020

Medical Software Development according to Medical Device Regulation (MDR) – part 1: Software qualification and classification

30.01.2020 | Pinja Blog | Sustainability, Health and welfare technology

This blog series discusses the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) in brief and how it affects software development for medical devices. In this first part we will look at the MDR in brief and the software qualification and...

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03 September 2019

DIY does not save money or time when automating test environments for the process technology

03.09.2019 | Pinja Blog | Health and welfare technology

One of the benefits of automation is, that time of employees is saved for the actual research work, which means cost savings and increased meaningfulness of work.

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