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- May 01, 2011
This whitepaper “provides a re-conceptualization of patient-centered health care practice through a collaborative person-centered model for enhanced patient safety.”
- May 01, 2014
This report looks specifically at the subject of improving of service user experience in maternity services within the NHS.
- March 01, 2010
This guide is designed to provide developers and NHS procurement officers with the tools to carry out user testing in the development of medical devices.
- April 01, 2013
This resource provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) includes presentations from the April 2013 NIST-sponsored event “Supporting Patient Safety through EHR Design”.
- July 01, 2014
This whitepaper “investigate(s) the feasibility of identifying a small set of privacy profiles as a way of helping users manage their mobile app privacy preferences.”
- July 01, 2012
This whitepaper discusses the user experience and usability aspects of trusted user interfaces (TUI) in touch-screen biometric systems associated with a trusted execution environment (TEE) in mobile devices.
- July 01, 2012
In this “solution brief” authors from Intel and McAfee explain the role user experience plays in effective compliance to security and privacy protocols when interacting with healthcare data.
- October 01, 2011
This white paper reviews lessons learned during the usability testing of the Department of Veteran’s Affairs MyHealtheVet, the VA’s personal health record program.
- January 01, 2009
An innovation guide and human-centered design toolkit built by design firm IDEO to help international staff and volunteers understand a community’s needs in new ways, find innovative solutions to meet those needs, and deliver solutions with financial sustainability in mind.
Acceptance and Usability of Computer Kiosks that Enable Patients to Contribute Health Information Directly into a Health Information Exchange for Use in Clinical Decision Support
- November 01, 2009
Duke University’s School of Medicine studies the acceptance and usability of computer kiosks set up in the Duke University Medical Center for patients to utilize to provide health information directly into a HIE for use in CDS at the facility.