Design an interface for nurses and physicians to collect, organize, and analyze patient information. The goal for an electronic medical record is to capture all of the information that relates to a patient in a way that is easy, informative, and fun to use for clinicians.
Create up to five screenshots and number the files in the order you would like them to be reviewed.
Current & Past Health: Diabetes, asthma, heart conditions, surgeries, etc. Include a way to document dates & comments.
Use of tobacco & Alcohol: Include quantity. If the patient has quit, when did they quit?
Immunizations & Childhood Diseases: This list will be database driven.
Family History: Compare conditions and show patterns across family members. Such conditions include cancer, diabetes, heart or lung disease, high or low blood pressure, arthritis, allergies, etc. Include a way to account for family members who were adopted, including the patient.
Limited access to competitor analysis due to non disclosure agreements
Design for a 4:3 aspect ratio display area with scrolling if needed
Competitor Analysis: Generative Dashboard Design Research
Storyboard and User Flow
High Fidelity Prototypes
1. Sign On
2. Nurse Dashboard
3. Patient Chart
4. Patient Information Collection
5. Patient Information Review
Input Fields & Interactions
Text Field Components & Interactive Variations
Web Colors, Fonts and Icons
Hex Colors, SVG Icons & Google Fonts
High Fidelity Wireframes
Sign On Screens
Ability to secure patient privacy and verify nurse & physician access by location.
Dashboard - Navigation Drawer
Ability to expand navigation options.
Patient Chart: Vitals
Ability to view vitals and collect new patient information.
Patient Chart: Family History
Ability to collect/update patient family history information.
Patient Chart Review
Ability to verify new and existing information before updating for physician notification.
Although I made it to the final round of the interview process with a medical healthcare organization in Wisconsin, I unfortunately was not extended an offer.
Invest more time in learning about the users than the final visual product.
Test and iterate until design interactions are meeting goals presented by stakeholders.
Conduct an audit to define potential data point combinations for scale and determine primary and secondary navigation tiers.
Conduct a moderated usability test to define user insights and additional areas for improvement.
How might we design an intuitive system that is transformational to both our clients and employees to reduce our time throughout the loan life cycle and create efficiency across KeyBank Real Estate Capital?
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