In the second part of this series on meaningful use, we discover where today’s user experience professionals can have the most impact on the current (and future) healthcare ecosystem.
A quick study of electronic health records (EHR) may reveal opportunities for today’s design professionals to drive healthcare transformation. To understand EHR, however, we must first recognize meaningful use. Part one of two.
A call-to-action for nursing homes, assisted-living facilities and senior residences to explore alternatives to the “panic button” in the form of passive environments.
A new technology that allows a blind user to “see” objects, colors and movement using a prosthesis that transmits visual Braille patterns directly to a blind person’s retina.
For all the wonderful technology that’s out there, much of it is inaccessible from the standpoint of cost, availability or awareness. How do we best utilize mobile apps and personal devices to improve health outcomes for the homebound patient?
This past week I had the honor of delivering the keynote at the Knowbility John Slatin AccessU Conference in Austin, TX. In this post I do a deeper dive on the process of innovation, how I work with my project teams and methods of connecting with stakeholders.
Lee Ridley, born with cerebral palsy and unable to speak since birth, transforms himself as a working stand-up comedian at London’s Soho Theatre thanks to new technology.
The passing of Don Cornelius, the inventor and host of the ‘Soul Train’ television program, reminds us of important lessons on innovation and inclusion.
It’s one thing when you get to meet your heroes and express your appreciate for the inspiration work they do. It’s quite another when they ask you to deliver a keynote at their conference. I’m twice humbled.
Having done a number of speaking engagements the last few years, I’ve discovered that it’s the unexpected surprises that make a conference or event truly worthwhile. Interaction 12, held this week by the Interaction Design Association (IxDA), was no different.