Patient platforms should be intuitive in design and execution
“Communication is both the sending and receiving of information. Data is as difficult to receive and act upon as the ingredients of a meal because much work is left to be done. Information is palatable, actionable, and leads to measurable results in the short and long term.
Patient platforms ought to be intuitive in design and execution, utilizing pictures, animation, mapping, and data-point conversion into meaningful associations with body systems. Developers will be well served to learn from the social sciences, learning theories, and from every 4-year-old using an iPad.”
Christopher Noll is a nurse and risk manager.
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “Patient platforms should be intuitive in design and execution.”
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