Posts Tagged "healthcare"

Requirements Management in the medical industry - codeBeamer ALM software

Requirements Management is a key to success in the medical industry

Requirements Management is key to success in many industries, however it is even more so the case with the medical industry. This is due to the exponentially growing complexity of medical devices, with many of the medical devices produced today

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Our Experience at AgileMed + AgileCars

Intland Software exhibited and introduced codeBeamer Medical ALM solution at the two days conference and exhibition AgileMed + AgileCar in Munich 19-20 February 2014. The two day conference was dedicated to discussion about Agile practices and to share experiences of
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AgileMed 2014 – Dedicated to Medical Device Development

The Medical industry is highly regulated with standards to manage risk and ensure quality and safety of equipment and thereby provide the highest level of patient safety. Medical Device development teams are faced with increased software complexity today when developing

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IEC 62304 compliance with codeBeamer ALM

Customized development support tool for Medical Software Development Intland presenting at AgileMed 2014 – 19th February Munich Intland developed a project template for Medical Devices Producers, to support the embedded software development process by customized ALM functionality. IEC 62304 standard requirements can be

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Agile Software Development: The Future of the Healthcare Industry

Healthcare is a complex industry and healthcare organizations often face great pressure to meet regulatory and data management requirements. According to International Data Corporation (IDC) the total amount of data has grown to 2.7 billion terabytes in 2012. The growth

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codeBeamer Medical ALM Supports IEC 62304

The engineering of medical devices requires compliance with intentional standards. Medical devices often contain software-controlled applications, the failure of which to function correctly could result in death or serious injury to the patient treated by them.  Despite this increased danger,

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