Appendix

WORKSHOP ON HUMAN FACTORS AND HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

AGENDA AND PARTICIPANTS

Home Medical Equipment Workshop

February 22, 1995

Washington, D.C.

AGENDA

8:30 - 8:50

OPENING REMARKS

-  William Rouse, Chair, Committee on Human Factors

-  Roberta Klatzky, Chair, Workshop

8:50 - 9:40

MANUFACTURING PRACTICE: Considerations in the Device Design—How Are the Needs of Users Integrated into the Process?

-  Bernie Liebler, HIMA

-  Marcia Nusgart, HIMA

-  Scott Remes, CAIRE

-  Kathy Sullivan, Baxter

-  Julie Anne Zawisza, HIMA

9:40 - 10:30

DEVICE SUPPLIERS: Information on Use/Misuse of HME and Needs of Users.

-  Taney Hamill, Director, Third Party Payor Program,

National Association for Medical Equipment Suppliers

-  Tom French, Homedco

10:30 - 10:45

BREAK

10:45 - 11:15

CAREGIVERS/PROVIDERS OF HOME HEALTH CARE

-   Carol Smith, School of Nursing, University of Kansas

11:15 - 11:45

FAMILY CAREGIVER ADVOCACY

-  Suzanne Mintz, President, National Family Caregivers Association



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Safe, Comfortable, Attractive, and Easy to Use: Improving the Usability of Home Medical Devices Appendix WORKSHOP ON HUMAN FACTORS AND HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AGENDA AND PARTICIPANTS Home Medical Equipment Workshop February 22, 1995 Washington, D.C. AGENDA 8:30 - 8:50 OPENING REMARKS -  William Rouse, Chair, Committee on Human Factors -  Roberta Klatzky, Chair, Workshop 8:50 - 9:40 MANUFACTURING PRACTICE: Considerations in the Device Design—How Are the Needs of Users Integrated into the Process? -  Bernie Liebler, HIMA -  Marcia Nusgart, HIMA -  Scott Remes, CAIRE -  Kathy Sullivan, Baxter -  Julie Anne Zawisza, HIMA 9:40 - 10:30 DEVICE SUPPLIERS: Information on Use/Misuse of HME and Needs of Users. -  Taney Hamill, Director, Third Party Payor Program, National Association for Medical Equipment Suppliers -  Tom French, Homedco 10:30 - 10:45 BREAK 10:45 - 11:15 CAREGIVERS/PROVIDERS OF HOME HEALTH CARE -   Carol Smith, School of Nursing, University of Kansas 11:15 - 11:45 FAMILY CAREGIVER ADVOCACY -  Suzanne Mintz, President, National Family Caregivers Association

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Safe, Comfortable, Attractive, and Easy to Use: Improving the Usability of Home Medical Devices 11:45 - 12:15 POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS FROM HUMAN FACTORS -  Michael Wiklund, American Institutes for Research 12:15- 1:15 LUNCH in Lecture Room 1:15 - 1:45 BIOETHICAL PERSPECTIVE Arthur Caplan, Director, Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania Medical School 1:45 - 2:15 HUMAN FACTORS PROBLEMS IN DEVICE TESTING Jonathan Gaev, Director, Health Devices Group, ECRI 2:15 - 3:15 MEDICAL DEVICES DEVELOPMENT AND USE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF FDA'S CENTER FOR DEVICES AND RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH -  Marilyn Sue Bogner — Systems Approach to Design -  Charles Sawyer — HME: Examples and Problems -  Peter Carstensen — Human Factors Standards as Aids to HME Design 3:15 - 3:30 BREAK 3:30 - 4:15 WRAP-UP -  Members, Committee on Human Factors with Interaction from Participants on Next Steps

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Safe, Comfortable, Attractive, and Easy to Use: Improving the Usability of Home Medical Devices PARTICIPANTS Presenters Roberta Klatzky (Chair), Carnegie Mellon University Marilyn Sue Bogner, Food and Drug Administration Arthur L. Caplan, Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania edical School Peter Carstensen, Food and Drug Administration Tom French, Homedco Jonathan Gaev, Emergency Care Research Institute Taney Hamill, National Association for Medical Equipment Suppliers Bernie Liebler, Health Industry Manufacturers Association Suzanne Mintz, National Family Caregivers Association Marcia Nusgart, Health Industry Manufacturers Association Scott Remes, Health Industry Manufacturers Association Charles Sawyer, Food and Drug Administration Carol Smith, School of Nursing, University of Kansas Kathy Sullivan, Health Industry Manufacturers Association Michael Wiklund, American Institutes for Research Julie Anne Zawisza, Health Industry Manufacturers Association Other Participants Steve Ackerman, Capital Home Health Association (Spectrum Medical Inc.) Mary Brady, Food and Drug Administration (Surveillance and iometrics) Steve Butler, National Black Nurses Association Arthur Ciarkowski, Food and Drug Administration (Device and valuation) Terry Connolly, University of Arizona Sahar Dawisha, Food and Drug Administration (Device and Evaluation) Michael DeCarlo, National Association for Medical Equipment Services Patricia Dubill, Food and Drug Administration (Standards and Regulations) Sharon Hippler, Health Care Financing Administration William Howell, American Psychological Association Laura James, National Institute of Nursing Research Lydia Savage Johnson, Howard University Judy Kalson, Food and Drug Administration (Science and Technology) Victor Leonard, American Academy of Home Care Physicians Mort Liberman, National Center for Rehabilitation Research Bonnie Malkin, Food and Drug Administration (Health and Industry Programs) Anne Mavor, National Research Council Carolyn Meyers, Consumer Product Safety Commission Steve Neidelman, Food and Drug Administration (Compliance) Kathy Neill, Georgetown University School of Nursing

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Safe, Comfortable, Attractive, and Easy to Use: Improving the Usability of Home Medical Devices Theresa Noonan, National Research Council Nancy Presly, Food and Drug Administration (Surveillance and Biometrics) Lou Quatrano, National Center for Rehabilitation Research John Rachlin, Food and Drug Administration (Health and Industry Programs) William Rouse, Enterprise Support Systems Walter Rutemueller, Health Care Financing Administration Evelyn Simeon, National Research Council David Spiegel, Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection Lawrence Stark, University of California-Berkeley Carol Vetter, Food and Drug Administration (Health and Industry Programs) Kathy Warye, Association for the Advancement of Medical Instruments Alexandra Wigdor, National Research Council