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Design with Care for October, 2023
A newsletter for UX designers working in healthcare published the first Tuesday of each month.
Designing healthcare solutions: How trying to get better made me sick
Explore the challenges of using data visualization for personal health in this informative UX design journey, as the author shares insights from their experience dealing with illness and emphasizing work-life balance.
Lessons learned designing UX/UI for healthcare brands
Learn how to design healthcare digital products that prioritize accessibility and user needs with insights from our experienced UX/UI strategists.
Innovation 2.0: Healthcare Insights for innovators, from the front lines of healthcare design
Unlock the secrets of successful healthcare innovation with practical insights from industry experts, offering valuable lessons for innovators across all sectors.
What's the Minimum Number of Users for a Usability Test?
When planning your usability testing for IEC 62366 compliance, the minimum number of users required typically ranges between five and fifteen, with some variability based on factors such as the nature of your software and available resources.
AI Adoption in U.S. Health Care Won’t Be Easy
Incorporating AI into U.S. healthcare presents immense potential but also significant challenges, requiring trust-building efforts among providers, patients, and the public to navigate the disruptive transition.
Hospitals Should Take A Page Out of Amazon’s Digital Engagement Playbook, Argues Providence Digital Chief
To thrive in the digital age, healthcare institutions must adopt a patient-centric approach, similar to the personalized experiences offered by consumer brands like Amazon and Netflix, emphasizing data collection and building stronger patient relationships.
Enhancing the patient journey: Top 10 best UX design principles for healthcare wearable apps
To create effective healthcare wearable apps, designers must adhere to ten key UX design principles that consider the unique characteristics of smartwatches and smart bands, from harnessing the power of paired phones to using simple and memorable gestures.
3 Key Principles Of Successful Wayfinding In Healthcare Facilities
Creating effective wayfinding in healthcare facilities demands early planning, reducing visual clutter, and recognizing that signage is just one element of a comprehensive wayfinding strategy, tailored to diverse user populations navigating complex spaces.
How 3 healthcare organizations are using generative AI
Generative AI is making strides in healthcare, benefiting organizations like Bayer Pharma, HCA Healthcare, and MEDITECH, by streamlining clinical trial processes, reducing administrative burdens for clinicians, and improving the accessibility of electronic health records.
Introducing WHOOP Coach, Powered By OpenAI
WHOOP Coach introduces a cutting-edge AI-driven coaching experience that harnesses generative AI to provide highly individualized health, fitness, and wellness guidance based on users' unique biometric data and preferences, marking a significant leap forward in personalized coaching.
Inpatient EHR User Experience and Hospital EHR Safety Performance
This cross-sectional study found a positive association between frontline user–rated EHR usability and EHR safety performance. This finding suggests that improving EHR usability, which is a current well-known pain point for EHR users, could have direct benefits in terms of improved EHR safety.
Perspectives of Healthcare Providers to Inform the Design of an AI-Enhanced Social Robot in the Pediatric Emergency Department
This study investigates the potential of AI-enhanced social robots to alleviate pain and distress during medical procedures in pediatric emergency departments through a needs assessment of healthcare providers.
Design and Evaluation of an Intensive Care Unit Dashboard Built in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Semistructured Interview Study
This study explores the development and impact of an ICU dashboard designed to manage high patient volumes during critical situations, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, shedding light on its usability and potential benefits for clinicians.
A chatbot for hypertension self-management support: user-centered design, development, and usability testing
This research focuses on the development and usability evaluation of "Medicagent," a chatbot designed for hypertension self-management, demonstrating its effectiveness and usability among patients with hypertension.
Usability and feasibility of a tablet-based e-coach for older adults in rehabilitation units to improve nutrition and physical activity: a prospective pilot study
This pilot study assesses the usability and feasibility of an e-coach designed to support nutrition and mobility in older adults during and after rehabilitation, highlighting its potential to enhance the well-being of this demographic.
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