WHERE THE WORLD
CONNECTS FOR HEALTH
Design is a global language that we all speak in different dialects. Forms and functions may be shaped by local needs, but people everywhere can sense when a product or service they are utilizing is designed well or designed poorly.
While latitudes and longitudes might be different, you can almost hear the collective choruses of “aha” and “oy” from around the world as people interact with good design and bad design in their offices and homes, their hospitals and doctors’ offices.
In their session, User-Centered Design of a Mobile ePrescription Service, Claudio Saccavini, chief information officer, and Enrico Dal Pozzo, anthropologist, ehealth service designer at Arsenàl.IT Consortium, describe the development steps of a mobile service that allow citizens of the Veneto region in Italy to manage their drug prescriptions, dispensing and remote renewal requests. The process also led to an early definition of a methodological and organizational framework for user-centered design of healthcare mobile solutions in the Veneto region.
Innovative Leadership, Robotic Technology and the Future of Healthcare: Chief executive officer and co-founder of Zipline, Keller Rinaudo, is a robotics and healthcare innovator who is showing the world how drone technology can be used to save lives. During his keynote session, he will describe how to emerge as an innovation leader in a sector dominated by entrenched systems, what technology and robotics mean for the future of healthcare, how to test solutions quickly to effectively maximize output and how to discover simple solutions to complex problems. Rinaudo will share his thoughts on how to test solutions quickly to effectively maximize output, how to emerge as an innovation leader in a sector dominated by entrenched systems, how to discover simple solutions to complex problems, and what technology and robotics mean for the future of healthcare.