Over the last year, we've become increasingly reliant on digital health technologies to help us throughout the coronavirus pandemic. This has set a new precedent for continued growth and innovation in HealthTech spaces during the remainder of 2021 and the years to follow- the outcomes of this innovation will play a big part in helping the post-pandemic world recover whilst also modernising some of the cumbersome systems that are still being used in the healthcare sector.
Join our speakers as they explore the future of healthcare and how they plan on designing technologies that will help us all feel more secure moving forward.
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Shaon Sengupta, Design Director, Philips HealthTech
Driving human-centred healthTech innovation
In today’s complex and ever-changing world, it’s impossible to innovate alone. Transforming the delivery of health and building a sustainable business in this challenging context calls for a different, more human-centred approach to innovation. Cocreate focuses on people and is built around three core beliefs:
1. Start by involving customers & users, so we can innovate with them rather than for them.
2. Bring together people from different disciplines to have broader knowledge and solve complex challenges.
3. Help all participants collaborate, explore opportunities and challenges so they can come up with breakthrough solutions.
The Cocreate methodology consists of four stages; Discover, Frame, Ideate and Build. But it is never a rigid process. We determine the specific approach and order of these phases for each individual project in order to ensure the best outcome.
This session will outline the method of driving innovation in HealthTech through Cocreate and design. We will understand the ‘need-seeker’ mindset to see how a deep-dive into user context helps us translate pain-points into needs and how needs can be converted to rich insights and opportunity areas.
Tim Daines, Service Design Lead for Hospital Digital Transformation, Hitachi Vantara
Haydyn Phillips, UX Lead, AstraZeneca - Digital & Behavioural Healthcare
Digital Therapeutics - a UX primer for those in healthcare
Designing digital tools for patients isn't just the case of doing some research and opening Figma. Clinical and regulatory evidence-based outcomes and approaches are becoming the norm for those working in digital healthcare and in one particular area - digital therapeutics, have particular challenges and opportunities to be aware of. In this practical talk, we'll discuss what a digital therapeutic (DTx) is and isn't, why you may be already designing one and the wonderful but complex world of regulated medical devices which have a substantial impact on design decisions for UX people.
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