This project was finished in Spring 2016, where I worked with Professor Nassim Jafarinaimi and two other professionals from Mayo Clinic.
Through digital medication cards, we are trying to build pleasant doctor-patient relationships, facilitate conversation, and accelerate decision making.
Sometimes people sketch on the reusable cards, which requires Mayo Clinic to replace them with new sets.
When new medications come out, Mayo Clinic needs to keep the information on cards to be accurate and up-to-date.
Patients remain silent when doctors lead the conversation, which helps nothing with decision-making.
Shared Reading Experience
In Card Introduction, doctors and patients could walk through need-to-knows on a shared screen in order to understand medications and side effects.
Collaborative Comparing and Selecting Experience
In Medication Selection doctors and patients work together on comparing side effects and issues, as well as selecting the most appropriate medication.
Effective Leave-taking Experience
In Leave-taking, doctors and patients review the medication and side effects again and then send/print it out for future reference.
Introducing key information that patients need to know before conversation starts.
Inviting patients and doctors to start their conversation by selecting issues.
Activating issues and selecting the most appropiate medications to proceed.
Pulling up Keep in Mind card at anytime to check critical considerations for each medication.
Reviewing medications with issues, selecting the proper one and taking them away.