Dr. Talya Miron-Shatz is an author, researcher, and speaker who is the author of "Your Life Depends on It: What you can do to make better choices about your health" which is a book about medical decision making. She talks about the data generated from neuro devices and what patients can do with it.
***This podcast is sponsored by Ripple Neuro, check out their Neuroscience Research Tools here***
Top 3 Takeaways:
- There is an opportunity to turn data generated by neuro medical devices into insights that are easy to digest
- "free, the data, free the data! And I was thinking - to whom? And what are they going to do with it? It's like someone delivering boxes upon boxes of papers to your front door. And you're like I don't know what to do with it. Free the data is great, but to help me make sense of it is even greater."
- "If you want to design for better usage and for better outcomes, you need to think psychology as well as technology"
0:45 "Do you want to introduce yourself?"
3:45 "How does your work fit into neuro technology?"
5:15 Sponsorship by Ripple Neuro
6:15 "What's your kind of solution forward with this?"
9:30 "The trend of medical devices and neurotechnology generating more data to have to sift through, is that helping the problem or is that worsening the problem"
11:15 Is app and user experience design of these new devices going to be one of the most important factors?
13:45 "So what's the solution for this? Is it just hiring more designers and psychologists?"
20:30 "What point in the development cycle of a medical device or neuro technology, should people start thinking about this?"
22:45 Is this different if the technology is implantable?
25:15 "Is there anything that we didn't talk about that you wanted to mention?"