Healthcare management has changed since the COVID-19 and concentrates on convenient services such as telemedicine, mobile phones and applications, wearable devices, robotics, virtual reality space, and Conversational Artificial Intelligence. To maximize the patient and clinical experience, the Healthcare sector has to be innovative and focus on a human-centric approach. A bad user experience in the healthcare sector starts from hospital administration to health care processes and much more. While designing healthcare management systems, it is not easy to forget its vital stakeholder in the ecosystem comprising Patients, Providers, Administrative Staff, and Policymakers.
The key stakeholders play a crucial part in the navigation of healthcare management systems and designing and implementing the care management programs. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we must consider a whole new approach to the healthcare delivery system. We need to design seamless facilities and always test solutions as bad user experience can impact the daily delivery system. The focus has been shifted to design for the patient’s safety.
The solution to this problem is adherence to design, which needs to be simple, intuitive, and not distracting. Most effective practices to reduce cognitive load on healthcare design systems include ideation validation and thorough testing of the design concepts. We can reduce distractions by avoiding irrelevant data, irrelevant tabs, and bold designs. We can develop a minimalistic and interactive user experience design by making the right information available at the right time, as it will be more patient-centric. So, it will be easy for highly experienced Doctors, nurses, and administration staff to process information in the right way.
- 3-D Printing
- Virtual Reality
- Augmented Reality
- Artificial Intelligence
- Internet of Things
- Blockchain Technology