The latest Digital Health Unplugged is now live – this time exploring the importance of user experience when designing digital health tools.
Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust have employed four design teams to look at the way tech is used, and received, by the end user.
The aim is to ensure all digital health tools rolled out across the trust are easy to use and provide what the end user, whether that be clinicians or patients, actually need.
Tune in to hear from:
- Helen Potter, head of pathways and EPR development, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- Nitesh Bali, clinical pathways product manager for digital, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Potter and Bali explain the process of setting up the design teams, the work they are undertaking and the future aims of the teams.
And, of course, there’s discussion on the successes the design teams have had – including saving nurses five weeks of time per year using technology solutions.
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