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AAMI HE74 - HUMAN FACTORS DESIGN PROCESS FOR MEDICAL DEVICES Organization: AAMI
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: ., human factors engineers, industrial designers, technical writers, information designers, software developers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, packaging engineers); c) Medical researchers and other interested clinicians; and d) Marketers and other business professionals in the medical device industry. This document is not intended as a sole source for HFE guidance or as a substitute for human factors expertise.
ARMY - DA PAM 710-7 - HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Organization: ARMY
Date: 2013-06-25
Description: This pamphlet expands on the HMMP policy contained in AR 710–2, providing guidance for establishing standard, centralized management business practices that can be tailored to account for different size installations with varied operational missions.
IEC TR 62366-2 - MEDICAL DEVICES – PART 2: GUIDANCE ON THE APPLICATION OF USABILITY ENGINEERING TO MEDICAL DEVICES - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: This technical report has two main themes: • information about efficient ways to implement elements required by IEC 62366-1:2015; and • additional information, in particular how USABILITY relates to attributes such as TASK EFFICIENCY and USER satisfaction, which can enhance a MEDICAL DEVICE’S commercial success. This technical report discusses the business benefits of USABILITY ENGINEERING, the basics of applicable analysis and design techniques, MEDICAL DEVICE USABILITY EVALUATION approaches, efficient ways to address USABILITY ENGINEERING project implementation issues (e.g. integration into a quality management system) and provides a list of useful USABILITY ENGINEERING resources.
SAE JA1003 - SOFTWARE RELIABILITY PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: This document has general applicability to all sectors of industry and commerce and to all types of equipment whose functionality is to some degree implemented by software components. It is intended to be guidance for business purposes and should be applied when it provides a value-added basis for the business aspects of development, use, and sustainment of software whose reliability is an important performance parameter.
SEPT - UL 1998 CHECKLIST - SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROCESS TECHNOLOGY-EVIDENCE PRODUCT CHECKLIST FOR ANSI/UL 1998-2004 STANDARD FOR SOFTWARE IN PROGRAMMABLE COMPONENTS - REVISION 1 - REVISION 1 Organization: SEPT
Date: 2012-01-10
Description: A general software configuration of a microprocessor based programmable component typically includes the operating system or executive software, communication software, micro-controller, input/output hardware, and any generic software libraries, database management or user interface software. The Checklist provides an easy-to-use classification scheme of physical evidence comprised of policies, procedures, plans, records, documents, audits, and reviews.
SEPT - UL 1998 CHECKLIST* - * IN EDITABLE MICROSOFT WORD - SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROCESS TECHNOLOGY-EVIDENCE PRODUCT CHECKLIST FOR ANSI/UL 1998-2004 STANDARD FOR SOFTWARE IN PROGRAMMABLE COMPONENTS - REVISION 1 - REVISION 1; INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: SEPT
Date: 2012-01-10
Description: A general software configuration of a microprocessor based programmable component typically includes the operating system or executive software, communication software, micro-controller, input/output hardware, and any generic software libraries, database management or user interface software. The Checklist provides an easy-to-use classification scheme of physical evidence comprised of policies, procedures, plans, records, documents, audits, and reviews.
NAVY - OPNAV 2710.1 - (N65) DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY STANDARDS FOR COMMERCIAL (NON-TACTICAL) LANS ON NAVY SHIPS Organization: NAVY
Date: 1993-04-30
Description: In general, shipboard office automation and tactical support functions include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) Wordprocessing (2) Spreadsheets (3) Database (4) Business Graphics (5) Engineering Graphics (6) Forms (7) E-mail (8) Accounting (9) Message Handling (10) Ships Maintenance (11) Aviation Maintenance (12) Administration (13) Personnel Management (14) Medical and Dental Record Management (15) Technical Library Storage and Retrieval Systems (16) Logistics, Inventory Management and Configuration Management (17) Training Scenario Generation (18) Training Performance Data Collection (19) Computer based Training and Instruction (20) Work Flow Processing c.
CRC - TELEMEDICINE AND ELECTRON - TELEMEDICINE AND ELECTRONIC MEDICINE Organization: CRC
Date: 2015-11-24
Description: This handbook also intends to bridge the gap between scientists, engineers, and medical professionals by creating synergy in the related elds of biomedical engineering, information and communication technologies, network operations, business opportunities, and dynamically evolving modern medical and healthcare practices.
CRC - TELEHEALTH AND MOBILE HEA - TELEHEALTH AND MOBILE HEALTH Organization: CRC
Date: 2015-12-02
Description: This handbook also intends to bridge the gap between scientists, engineers, and medical professionals by creating synergy in the related fields of biomedical engineering, information and communication technologies, network operations, business opportunities, and dynamically evolving modern medical and healthcare practices.

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