MOSES wins Silver Award at the Medical Design Excellence Awards (MDEA)

May 13, 2021 06:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medical Design Excellence Awards (MDEA), a prestigious award program recognizing cutting-edge achievements in medical product design, today announced the 2021 winners during the all-new Medtech Design Summit, during which Novo; Protolabs; HS Design, a SteriPack company; and Trelleborg sponsored sessions and Bressler Group, Inertia Engineering, and WeADD LDA sponsored Tech Talks.

“The MDEA program is unique in that jurors take every element of the design and engineering process into consideration while also considering benefits to overall healthcare, thus celebrating the companies that are directly facilitating the transformation of patient care delivery”

Since 1998, the MDEA program, organized by Informa Markets – Engineering, has celebrated the industry’s foremost manufacturers designing and engineering groundbreaking medical devices that are changing patient care worldwide. This year’s competition awarded bronze, silver, and gold awards in 11 medtech product categories, and two standout entries were honored with Best in Show and MD+DI Readers’ Choice awards.

“The MDEA program is unique in that jurors take every element of the design and engineering process into consideration while also considering benefits to overall healthcare, thus celebrating the companies that are directly facilitating the transformation of patient care delivery,” said Daphne Allen, Editor-in-Chief, MD+DI. “We are proud to applaud the standout companies that exemplify the best in innovation and are driving continued modernization in the highly complex and rapidly evolving health system. Congratulations to each of the 2021 winners.”

Judging of the entries is conducted by an impartial panel of jurors—comprising clinicians, engineers, and designers—who carefully review all submissions and narrow the field to a select group of exceptional products in each category.

Jurors include:

  • Stacie Depner, Director of Engineering, Hydrafacial
  • Paul J. Fearis, Senior Lecturing Fellow, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University
  • Jennifer Joe, MD, Principal, Vanguard Health
  • Jennifer McCaney, Ph.D., Executive Director, UCLA Biodesign
  • Ramya Palacholla, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Tufts School of Medicine
  • Mary Kay Smith, Director, Michigan State University Learning & Assessment Center
  • Nigel Syrotuck, Mechanical Engineer Product Design, Starfish Medical
  • Kelly Umstead, Asst Professor of Industrial Design, NC State University
  • Mark Wehde, Chair, Mayo Clinic Division of Engineering
  • Stephanie Whalen, Product Design Manager
  • Michael E. Wiklund, General Manager of Human Factors Engineering, UL
  • Stavros Zanos, MD, Ph.D., Feinstein Institute for Medical Research

Winners across product categories are:

Gastrointestinal and Genitourinary Devices category includes devices and equipment such as gastrological, urological, gynecological, and obstetric devices.

Bronze:
Endoluxe Vision System
Manufacturer: Endoluxe Inc.
Supply and Design Credits: HS Design

Silver:
Lumenis Pulse 120H MOSES 2.0
Manufacturer: Lumenis

Gold:
The Insides System
Manufacturer: The Insides Company

Radiological, Imaging, and Electromechanical Devices category includes products that use medical radiation, imaging, or an electromechanically powered system to diagnose or treat diseases.

Bronze:
Bronze (jurors selected two Bronze Winners in this category:)
Ion
Manufacturer: Intuitive
Trident HD Specimen Radiography System
Manufacturer: Hologic Inc.
Supply and Design Credits: HS Design

Silver (jurors selected two Bronze Winners in this category):
Digital Duet
Manufacturer: Lumenis
NIO Laser Imaging System
Manufacturer: Invenio Imaging, Inc.

Gold:
Swoop Portable MR Imaging
Manufacturer: Hyperfine