Making Bright Ideas Work

Making Bright Ideas Work: Leveraging Local Resources with Powerful Global Networks

Two Sunrise Labs heavy hitters, Chuck Smith, Principal Mechanical Engineer, and Doug Browne, Director of Mechanical Engineering and Design Transfer, joined host Tyler Kern for an in-depth discussion on leveraging local expertise for medical device development. Both the term medical devices and the expertise needed to create such equipment are broad in their scope. Still, […]

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Making Bright Ideas Work: Leveraging Local Resources with Powerful Global Networks

Two Sunrise Labs heavy hitters, Chuck Smith, Principal Mechanical Engineer, and Doug Browne, Director of Mechanical Engineering and Design Transfer, joined host Tyler Kern for an in-depth discussion on leveraging local expertise for medical device development. Both the term medical devices and the expertise needed to create such equipment are broad in their scope. Still, […]

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Healthcare
Continuous Integration and Automated Testing: When, Why, and How

No one loved group projects in school, but working together as a team is important at any level of business. Working in a team always can be complicated, but that’s especially true when developing engineering services for medical device, said Mike Goulet, Program Manager and Principal Software Engineer at Sunrise Labs. That’s why developing processes […]

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Healthcare
Quality Assurance Teams and Building a Foundation of Trust

Building a foundation of trust and respect within a quality team is paramount to leading a successful development program for our clients. When you empower your team to make the right decisions, it fosters innovation, ownership, and accountability for a positive outcome. Things move faster and more efficiently when there is trust and mutual respect between QA and the other engineering teams. Additionally, our clients trust that we’ve done our due diligence, that we have provided them with a product that they can take forward into the market.

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Making Bright Ideas Work: Empathy is Key to Home Use Medical Device Success

The healthcare industry has been trending toward health monitoring in the home environment, and since COVID-19, this trend has significantly increased. Medical device manufacturers are experiencing many new opportunities and additional challenges in designing medical devices for a more diverse user population and less controlled use environment. In this Sunrise Labs podcast, Alex Therrien, Director […]

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The Present and Future of Education Technology: Voices of eLearning

Voices of eLearning host, JW Marshall, spoke with Harris Goodman, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy at Achieve 3000, a 20 year old education software provider focused on K-12 literacy and other edTech products and services. Marshall kicked off the conversation with  the topic of data interoperability.  “There’s a lot of data being […]

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Key Considerations in Choosing a Design Partner and Contract Manufacturer with Eric Soederberg, CEO at Sunrise Labs

On this episode of “Making Bright Ideas Work,” Eric Soederberg, CEO at Sunrise Labs, explains that if you choose a manufacturer to design your product, you may lose the ability to take a fresh look at your design. After the design is defined is the time to select the most appropriate contract manufacturer and […]

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Insurance Companies Should Weight the Growth Potential With Risks When Considering Offering ACA Plans
February 3, 2023

The 2023 open enrollment for ACA health plans saw a 13% increase over 2022. Melanie Musson, an insurance expert with USInsuranceAgents.com, says, “Insurance providers have an opportunity to enter or expand in this growing market, but they should practice caution.” The 2023 Open Enrollment Period (OEP) for Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace health insurance plans […]

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Setting Standards for Success
February 3, 2023

Winning the day isn’t just about making every day count – it’s about shifting your mindset to set standards for success and better understand and value the work that goes on behind the scenes – so that you can be as successful as you work to be. Where can you start? In this inaugural […]

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Disruptive Leaders: Disrupting Tradition in the Leadership Space
February 3, 2023

Leadership in the workplace has been ever evolving for years now, despite the commonplace leadership traditions most places try to abide by. But leaders must adapt to new and modern changes, as it’s expected that a lot of factors pertinent to leadership will change in the next 10 years, according to Gartner. Disruptive leaders […]

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Making Bright Ideas Work: Leveraging Local Resources with Powerful Global Networks
June 8, 2021

Two Sunrise Labs heavy hitters, Chuck Smith, Principal Mechanical Engineer, and Doug Browne, Director of Mechanical Engineering and Design Transfer, joined host Tyler Kern for an in-depth discussion on leveraging local expertise for medical device development. Both the term medical devices and the expertise needed to create such equipment are broad in their scope. Still, […]

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Continuous Integration and Automated Testing: When, Why, and How
February 12, 2021

No one loved group projects in school, but working together as a team is important at any level of business. Working in a team always can be complicated, but that’s especially true when developing engineering services for medical device, said Mike Goulet, Program Manager and Principal Software Engineer at Sunrise Labs. That’s why developing processes […]

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Quality Assurance Teams and Building a Foundation of Trust
November 10, 2020

Building a foundation of trust and respect within a quality team is paramount to leading a successful development program for our clients. When you empower your team to make the right decisions, it fosters innovation, ownership, and accountability for a positive outcome. Things move faster and more efficiently when there is trust and mutual respect between QA and the other engineering teams. Additionally, our clients trust that we’ve done our due diligence, that we have provided them with a product that they can take forward into the market.

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Making Bright Ideas Work: Empathy is Key to Home Use Medical Device Success
August 10, 2020

The healthcare industry has been trending toward health monitoring in the home environment, and since COVID-19, this trend has significantly increased. Medical device manufacturers are experiencing many new opportunities and additional challenges in designing medical devices for a more diverse user population and less controlled use environment. In this Sunrise Labs podcast, Alex Therrien, Director […]

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The Present and Future of Education Technology: Voices of eLearning
August 6, 2020

Voices of eLearning host, JW Marshall, spoke with Harris Goodman, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy at Achieve 3000, a 20 year old education software provider focused on K-12 literacy and other edTech products and services. Marshall kicked off the conversation with  the topic of data interoperability.  “There’s a lot of data being […]

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Key Considerations in Choosing a Design Partner and Contract Manufacturer with Eric Soederberg, CEO at Sunrise Labs
April 27, 2020

On this episode of “Making Bright Ideas Work,” Eric Soederberg, CEO at Sunrise Labs, explains that if you choose a manufacturer to design your product, you may lose the ability to take a fresh look at your design. After the design is defined is the time to select the most appropriate contract manufacturer and […]

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Making Bright Ideas Work: Continuous Improvement and Investing in Your Company’s Future
February 3, 2020

Building a company culture of continuous improvement and investing for the future sounds like an obvious recipe for success, but it is easier said than done. Eric Soederberg, CEO of Sunrise Labs, joined Tyler Kern on this episode of the Sunrise Podcast to talk about the importance of creating the right work environment for […]

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Making Bright Ideas Work: The Keys to Successfully Outsourcing Product
January 14, 2020

No one is an expert at everything, which is why hiring a product development team to get your medical product off the ground can determine whether it will ultimately sink or swim. Product development team expert at Sunrise Labs, Laurin Noel, joins Making Bright Ides Work to discuss what components lead to a successful […]

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Making Bright Ideas Work: Project Management is Most Successful When it’s Personal
October 4, 2019

For all the discussion about process improvement, company culture, and team member morale, you might recall that Sunrise Labs is a medical product development firm. Sunrise Labs was founded to be different, and that’s evident in everything they do down to the way they run their daily operations. Today on Making Bright Ideas Work, […]

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