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USER-CENTRED DESIGN UXD HEALTHCARE LONDON
April 17, 2019 - April 18, 2019€820
UXD HealthCare – USER-CENTRED DESIGN (UXD) HEALTHCARE LONDON & AMSTERDAM 2019 – With Healthcare -Tech being one of the fastest growing industries globally, How will Healthcare UX improve, adapt and enhance patient experiences? We will discuss our UX Challenges and how to design to the needs not the wants of our Users. We will look at trends globally. Are we designing for Machine learning and AI! How are we designing for Telemedicine and will Chatbots, Messaging and video-calling reach its potential!
2 DAYS OF INSPIRATIONAL AND INFORMATIVE TALKS
This conference will bring together designers, practitioners, clinicians, technologists and thought leaders linked by a common belief and a shared obsession: We can alter and improve our health care experience. From the food we eat to the tools we use and the hospitals and hospices we reside in, we can make a difference. We are looking to partner with speakers and sponsors that want to make a difference in Healthcare UX. Better healthcare experience is waiting for us.
- 18 international experts on healthcare UX
- Giveaways and prizes
- 150+ delegates including clinicians, UX & IT professionals, project & programme managers, and entrepreneurs.
- Coffee/Tea refreshments
- Networking opportunity
THE LATEST AND GREATEST IN USER-CENTERED DESIGN IN HEALTHCARE.
Modern medicine is embracing the digital age, which may process becoming digitized and medical knowledge easily accessible, thanks to the world wide web.
With a global market worth approximately $135.9 billion, there are countless digital health projects happening across the world. Many different professionals are needed to work on digital health projects in a multi-disciplinary team. These team will need members of the general public, clinicians and IT professionals, but also designers.
How people feel when using healthcare technology and services is just as important as how successful or useful they are. Solutions need to satisfy the needs of the general public, the healthcare professionals that serve them and any non-clinical individuals also involved. Designers and UX professionals will undoubtedly be a major part of these projects to ensure their needs are truly met.