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The Right Support

Medical Device Usability Testing

Committed to connecting our clients with the right users, in the right environment, to conduct quality human factors research.

Tailored Support for Medical Research

Backed by decades of experience.

Spacious conference rooms equipped for medical device usability, and attached observation rooms with one way viewing, help you better observe how users react when working with a device or service.

Facilities with medical simulation capabilities and the ability to recruit your ideal audience makes Fieldwork the perfect partner.

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Ideal Spaces

Our nationally dispersed facilities provide large rooms perfect for accommodating medical equipment. Facilities feature viewing rooms with angled glass, high-quality video and streaming capabilities, as well as separate lounges for training sessions.


Recruiting Experts

Our dedicated medical recruiters are familiar with the local medical community, experience in testing stages such as summative and formative testing, high-level knowledge of security and confidentiality protocols, and expertise in recruiting low-incidence participants.


Rigorous Protocols

Our meticulous multi-step respondent recruitment process prioritizes accuracy and privacy. Our facilities implement protocols to securely handle medical devices while upholding stringent privacy measures, safeguarding sensitive medical information throughout the entire research process.



In addition to our Sim Centers in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, and Denver, we offer the flexibility to conduct face-to-face medical market research in unconventional settings by accommodating custom research locations where traditional facilities may not be available.

Fieldwork has been a fantastic, reliable partner assisting us with human factors studies.

Their facility space allows for creating various simulated use environments that we need, and their broad database allows for easier recruitment of a wide range of participants.

Kate Cox, HS Design

The Process

Supporting Your Important Research

With no detail left behind.

Fieldwork has built trust and confidence with human factors specialists and medical device manufacturers because we understand that each project is unique.

We customize research support to fit your needs, while carefully adhering to the rigors of device testing regulations.


You have research questions that require study participants or a venue to conduct research in order to answer.


Reach out to Fieldwork with your study details. You can expect a collaborative engagement to determine pricing and feasibility.


A Fieldwork project manager who is well versed in successful device testing will provide a proposal including pricing and feasibility based on experience and research.


When you are ready to confirm your project with Fieldwork, please send final specifications, dates and a schedule to your dedicated project manager.


Throughout the recruitment process you can expect a customized recruiting plan, regular communication and daily updates from Fieldwork on the progress of your study.

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Want to Participate in Research?

Shape the Future of Healthcare Treatments and Devices

Discover how you can contribute your valuable insights by joining an online or in-person focus group.

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Additional Support

Medical Market Research Recruiting

Discover invaluable insights and strategies to ensure the success of your medical market research endeavors.

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Expert Medical Research Recruiting

The recruiting was spot on, every respondent was exactly who we needed, very articulate and the space was perfect.

Our hosts were fantastic. I would work with the Fieldwork team again anytime.

Hilary Rekrut, Veritas Insights
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Partner with Fieldwork to unlock valuable insights and drive advancements in medical research.

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