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Building Fit-for-Purpose Sensor-based Digital Health Technologies: A Crash Course

Maximize the potential market for digital measurements products.

V3+ is a rigorous and thoughtful framework that will inform the ways I evaluate sDHTs in the future.

Bill Wood, Professor of Medicine, University of North Carolina

Course overview

Whether you work in clinical trials, healthcare delivery, public health, or wellness, using sensor-based digital health technologies (sDHT) that are fit for purpose is a must. This crash course teaches you how to develop, evaluate, and deploy a digital measurement product that meets the requirements of regulators and payers, as well as your buyers and adopters.

Learning outcomes

In just 30 minutes, you’ll learn about the extended V3+ Framework and how to implement it to ensure your digital measurement product is effective, trustworthy, and successful in the market.


Topics include

  • Common terminology

Clarification of terminology and common language to ease the transition from current siloed practices to one universal best practice.

  • “How to” implement

Through real-world examples, understand which tools and scenarios V3+ applies to and the best practices and evidentiary requirements for each component.

  • The regulatory process

Learn how to develop and deploy fit-for-purpose sDHTs within the current regulatory processes, paving a clear path to market.


Read what our learners are saying…

The course is well organized, easy to navigate, and digestible as presented. It does not discriminate for or against any interested party regardless of how they participate in DHT development, deployment or use.

Arthur Combs | President, FutureTech Strategies, Inc.

The modular V3+ framework will help ensure picking digital measurement solutions that do what they’re supposed to do; now also including user acceptance, often overlooked but critical for adoption.

Bert Hartog

I will upgrade from V3 to V3+ to support adoption of sDHTs in our end to end product development studies, including also the important aspect of usability. Materials and publications included in the course are excellent.

Antonio Del Santo, Principal Medical Director, Product Development Safety, Roche

V3+ is a rigorous and thoughtful framework that will inform the ways I evaluate sDHTs in the future.

Bill Wood, Professor of Medicine, University of North Carolina

I will definitely apply my understanding of the essential questions used in each step of the framework and the understanding of when certain steps in the modular framework may need to be revisited. The inclusion of the human centric elements in usability validation which continues through post market research is essential to ensure that quality is maintained, populations and their experiences are better understood and the hope of better more informed outcomes can be achieved.

Dr. Courisse Knight, Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality Professional

From now on at work, when an sDHT has a role in a clinical study, I will ensure that it is evaluated with V3+ as well as for security, privacy, and economic feasibility.

Dr. Paul Martinetti, Senior Partner, The Bracken Group

Your work has proved invaluable in distilling the current landscape into easy-to-understand terminology.

Desmond Dorairajoo, Director, Clinical Operations Strategy

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    Once you complete a course, you’ll receive digital credentials to showcase your professional development in the digital healthcare field.

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    • Provides recognition for acquiring new skills

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