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Visual Design of Clnical Dashboards

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Principles of design to apply to the creation of clinical dashboards. Presented at Cerner Physician Community conference May 2009.

Principles of design to apply to the creation of clinical dashboards. Presented at Cerner Physician Community conference May 2009.

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    • 1. Visual Design
    • 2. Visual Design Dashboards with Impact
    • 3. Jeff Belden MD University of Missouri Family & Community Medicine
    • 4. Making dashboards
    • 5. Decide content
    • 6. Pare to the essentials
    • 7. Sketch
    • 8. Try several alternatives
    • 9. Ask your users early & often
    • 10. Ask your users early & often 3 - 5 real users at each iteration
    • 11. Visual Design Elements
    • 12. Keep it simple
    • 13. Keep it simple Hide complexity
    • 14. Stay focused
    • 15. Stay focused on just the task at hand
    • 16. For example
    • 17. For example Finding ICD-9 Codes
    • 18. Use “Visual Planes”
    • 19. Use “Visual Planes” Emphasize key elements
    • 20. Use “Visual Planes” Emphasize key elements Subdue the less important
    • 21. Use “Small Multiples”
    • 22. Eliminate ChartJunk
    • 23. Eliminate ChartJunk Dampen visual noise
    • 24. WINWINIANM
    • 25. WINWINIANM What I need, when I need it, and nothing more
    • 26. View for doing refills
    • 27. Overall dashboard view
    • 28. Use color deliberately
    • 29. to call attention
    • 30. to convey meaning
    • 31. Hello Dave
    • 32. Remember the color blind
    • 33. Remember the color blind
    • 34. Red-Yellow-Green Alternatives
    • 35. Consider Printing
    • 36. Avoid Glitter
    • 37. Don’t make me think
    • 38. Thinking hard
    • 39. No-brainer
    • 40. Four ways mPages affect office workflow
    • 41. Saves time
    • 42. from 60 clicks 5 minutes
    • 43. to 2 clicks 1 minute
    • 44. Trend-spotters
    • 45. Trend-spotters Tiny graphs: sparklines, bullet graphs
    • 46. Decision Support
    • 47. Decision Support links to care algorithms
    • 48. Quality feedback
    • 49. Quality feedback at the point of care
    • 50. Want to learn more?
    • 51. Jeff Belden MD University of Missouri Family & Community Medicine beldenj@health.missouri.edu toomanyclicks.com slideshare.net/jeffbelden

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