6 for '16

30.Dec.16
by Sharon Lee

Six lessons that guided 2016

1. In the 99% of healthcare that happens outside the doctor’s office, care planning is vital to reaching health goals
A team effort, led by Beth Herlin, developed content for a three part series unearthing the history of Care Plans, delving into the current state of care planning, and what all this means for their future development. This past Fall, Beth traveled to the Stanford Medicine X to give a keynote on Care Plans, and the concepts that the team developed continue to saturate our in-house and client based design.
Care Plans: A 3-part series of the landscape, design and future of personalized healthcare

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Topics: open source, health, Healthcare, Stanford Medicine X

Join us at HxR 2015

26.Mar.15
by Emily Twaddell

As an interdisciplinary design team dedicated to creating the future of healthcare, we are proud to be a returning sponsor of the Health Experience Refactored conference taking place next week in Boston.

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Topics: emerging technologies, health, electronic health records, EHR, health experience refactored 2015

Another Look at Design for the Patient Experience

18.Feb.15
by Emily Twaddell

This definition of patient experience comes from The Beryl Institute, a global community of practice and thought leader on improving the patient experience in healthcare.

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Topics: Design, health, patient centered, ux design

Vaccination Stories and Google Health Tips

13.Feb.15
by Emily Twaddell

We are doing our best to not think about the upcoming blizzard. Heavy snow is pretty much old news around here, anyway.

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Topics: health, google, vaccination

Self-care, Prevention, and Hacking Affordable Care

06.Feb.15
by Emily Twaddell

Self-care, care planning, and prevention are essential to staying healthy

so we always looking for the latest resources. Here are two that piqued our interest this week.

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Topics: digital health, Healthcare, health, Affordable Care Act

Design for the Patient Experience: Software in Action

04.Feb.15
by Jon Follett

This is the third in a series of three articles looking at the future of design for the patient experience. The first article was "Design for the Patient Experience", and the second was "Design for the Patient Experience: Health Axioms"

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Topics: health, Ideas

Snow days bear fruit

30.Jan.15
by Emily Twaddell

Despite the blizzard, we delivered more than the US Postal Service this week!

We launched a new site feature, From Bathroom to Healthroom: How magical technology will revolutionize human health.

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Topics: health, design innovation, health axioms

Design for the Patient Experience: Health Axioms

28.Jan.15
by Jon Follett

This is the second in a series of three articles looking at the future of design for the patient experience. The first article was "Design for the Patient Experience." 

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Topics: health, Ideas

Keeping tabs on the ACA + Biomedical Informatics

23.Jan.15
by Emily Twaddell

If you tuned in to POTUS giving his State of the Union address

you know that President Obama will continue to hold his ground on the Affordable Care Act. Even those who have been playing close attention to these issues can find it all very confusing, so this week we are offering a few resources to help keep you current.

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Topics: culture of learning, health, biomedical informatics, Affordable Care Act