The quality requirements for medical software have become increasingly demanding. Several quality standards and models are already in place, but there is a debate on whether these are specific enough for medical software. Moreover, mapping requirements to quality criteria can be challenging but is required throughout the software development process.
We propose a workflow in which we apply proven methods and tools for systematic collection, analysis, and evaluation of software quality criteria based on the ISO/IEC 25010:2011.
We employ affinity diagrams, Kano analysis and quality function deployment for the systematic requirement development, analysis, and management.
We outline a systematic approach on how to use the recommended process when developing medical software.
The paper proposes a systematic approach for requirements management that could be used for mapping medical software quality criteria and stakeholder requirements, independent from the quality criteria (and the underlying model) itself.
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