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Wednesday, April 1 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Plug-Ins for Providers: Designing for Clinical IT

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It’s no secret that old-school clinical IT tools have a bad rep for being clunky and less-than-elegant. Luckily, there is an entire innovation community dedicated to giving them the make-over they so desperately deserve. Remembering that the consumer isn’t the only end-user, that provider teams need communication platforms that don’t include post-it notes, and that clinicians shouldn't be reduced to data-entry specialists, hear from speakers who are designing specifically with the clinical setting in mind. 

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Paul Kahn

Experience Design Director, Mad*Pow
Paul has been working professionally with digital information for many years, specializing in solving large information problems. The name for what he does keeps changing – hypertext research, information design, digital design, information architecture, user experience. But whatever you call it, his work always has the same focus: shaping and designing collections of digital information to improve user experience. Paul is constantly... Read More →

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Jeff Belden

EHR Usability Evangelist and Family Physician, TooManyClicks
Jeff Belden MD is a family physician and Professor at the University of Missouri – Columbia. He works on EHR innovation projects at the Tiger Institute, a technology collaborative between the University of Missouri and Cerner Corporation. At the conference, he will describe the learning experience of working with a team of human factors researchers, learning technology researchers, clinicians, and EHR vendor developer staff to build... Read More →
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Tobias Hauner

Director, UX Design, athenahealth
Tobias is Director of User Experience Design at athenahealth. He has | joined the company in 2009, and has most recently been working on | population health solutions. His design team worked on a care management | solution that supports nurses in monitoring and setting up care plans for | high risk or post-acute patients. As part of population health, Tobias has | also designed solutions for quality management, analytics and... Read More →
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Mark Kamensek

Principal Human Factors Engineer, Medtronic
Mark Kamensek is a Principal Human Factors Engineer at Medtronic where he leads teams on multiple cross-functional projects in the Respiratory & Monitoring Solutions division. With more than 15 years experience in development, design, and strategic planning for web based technologies. He has led design efforts ranging from small intranet refreshes to SaaS Applications to multi-million user portals. Known for being able to communicate to both... Read More →
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Gretchen Mendoza

Design Strategist, UPMC Technology Development Center
Gretchen Mendoza is a researcher, designer and strategist at the UPMC Technology Development Center (TDC), who works with diverse teams to deliver health care in new ways. Gretchen’s portfolio spans physical, digital, and service platforms, including the design of user experience for software applications, service ecosystems, and educational exhibits. Common threads in her work include presenting rich, complex content in accessible ways... Read More →
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Shiv Rao

Cardiologist, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Shiv is a cardiologist at the academic hub of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). He also exercises a technology background at the UPMC Technology Development Center (TDC) where he works as a physician advisor for products aimed at optimizing experiences and outcomes across the health care ecosystem. More recently, he has taken on the role of Chief Medical Officer for Fluence Health. In 2015, Fluence Health is focused on... Read More →

Wednesday April 1, 2015 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Ballroom D

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