Healthcare consumers are no longer willing to accept a poor user experience, and the consumer world has set their expectations sky-high. We design products and health experiences encompassing both physical and digital products for the healthcare consumers of tomorrow.
Accelerating ideas to commercialisation
At TTP, our multidisciplinary teams use clinical knowledge to really understand methods of action such that the therapy can built and evolve around these validated principles.
Our designers and human factors consultants are expert at understanding and developing integrative user experiences, realising that a product needs to be part of a person’s life and will need to evolve as people’s lives and expectations change. And our scientists and engineers plan for the full lifecycle of the product, drawing on deep knowledge of technology and domain trends.
In this way, we help our clients develop safe, effective as well as relevant products which meet healthcare consumer expectations, both now and into the future.
News & Insights
Digital Therapeutic for Borderline Personality Disorder
TTP creates a ground-breaking digital therapeutic to support the treatment of people who struggle with regulating their emotions.
Ethical challenges in AI-driven diagnosis and healthcare
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) to aid medical diagnosis or rationalise healthcare raises similar ethical challenges as applications of AI in other industries, bias and discrimination among them. A prescription of selective forgetfulness for the AI may be a remedy, argue Roderick van den Bergh and Desmond Cheung.
Reading the signs of migraines with Machine Learning
Some very common medical conditions like migraine have evaded diagnosis and treatment until now. We explore why Machine Learning might finally be the tool to tame migraines but why it is still not an easy path to a successful product.
Remote monitoring and telemedicine: is this digital health heaven?
It’s tempting to think that IoT infrastructure and AI make remote disease monitoring straightforward. But even when this is technically feasible, healthcare system innovation is necessary to make the most of opportunities created by digital health.
The Future of Human Healthcare: Rise of the Netborgs
Guest author, Frank F Craig PhD MBA of Sphere Fluidics Limited discusses the likely impact of fusion between humans and machines to produce longer living humans that , one day, may become more like cyborgs.