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EHR Usability Testing

EMR Usability Testing

Our EHR usability testing methodology is consistent with the ONC’s safety-enhanced design criteria for certified EHR technology.

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Human Factors Support for FDA 510K Submissions

NOBUBBLE

Our formative usability test and validation methods are aligned with the FDA’s recent Draft Guidance on Human Factors Engineering, as well as other established international standards.

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Medly: Managing Chronic Conditions

Medly

The Medly suite of apps is the future of complex chronic disease management, empowering patients to take control of their conditions.

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Loop: Connecting Patients and their Care Team

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Effective communication across care teams continues to challenge healthcare delivery, despite the proliferation of information communication technology in our daily lives.

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A Day in the Life

By John McArdle Hi! It’s John, the Design Lead here at Healthcare Human Factors. I’d like to take a few moments to share an approach that we’ve been using on some of our mobile and interactive projects. Internally, we call this technique TODE, which is an acronym for Time of Day Exercise. We employ this [...]

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UX of Healthcare.gov revisited – Let’s test it!

By Peter Weinstein With the upcoming end of the 2014-15 enrolment period on healthcare.gov and my recent move to Durham, North Carolina (“The City of Medicine”), I was keenly interested in how Healthcare.gov 2.0 fared. First, a refresher: Healthcare.gov is a US Federal Government website that allows individuals (in 37 states) to purchase health insurance under [...]

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HHF Contributes to Communication Standards for Diabetes Devices

More than 300,000 Canadians live with Type 1 Diabetes; worldwide, incidence is on the rise too. There is nothing you can do to prevent T1D and nothing you can do to get rid of it. For these reasons, advancements in health technologies to enhance diabetes management hold much promise. Technologies like artificial pancreas systems and [...]

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Recruiting Dialysis Patients and Caregivers for a Usability Study

We are conducting a usability evaluation of a mobile technology solution for home dialysis that aims to simplify the self-care process. The solution is comprised of iPad- and web-based applications that provide enhanced connectivity, greater access to resources, and improved process management. We are looking for usability testing participants that fit the following criteria: • [...]

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