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Collaborative Software Design - The Benefits of Customer and Vendor Working Together

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Dr Dana Thomas …

Dr Dana Thomas
Orion Health
www.orionhealth.com
(P18, 1/10/09, Opus Room, 5.02)

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  • 1. Dr. Dana Thomas Clinical Consultant Orion Health Collaborative Software Design The benefits of customer and vendor working together
  • 2. The Problem
  • 3.  
  • 4. Interaction design is user-centered Discover Design Evaluate
  • 5. Subject Matter Expert
  • 6. Why engage in collaborative design?
  • 7. What does collaborative design look like?
  • 8. Understand Document Prioritise
  • 9. Design iteration Feedback
  • 10. Essential elements of effective collaboration
  • 11. Brainstorming
  • 12. “ What problem will that solve for you?”
  • 13. Medication Reconciliation
  • 14. Documenting Workflow
  • 15. Lo-fidelity mock-ups
  • 16. Hi-fidelity mock-ups
  • 17. Orders 4.0
  • 18. Customer and Vendor working together
  • 19.
    • Presented by
    • Dr Dana Thomas
    • Clinical Consultant
    • Orion Health
    • www.orionhealth.com
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