While health screenings are essential to provide high-quality care, patient engagement remains a struggle for healthcare organizations. A major reason for this is because screening programs aren’t designed with the patient in mind.
Human-centered design, which focuses on designing products and services with the consumer at the center, is growing in healthcare and the approach has an essential role to play in screening programs. By applying human-centered design methods, patients are more likely to participate in essential screenings that too often go unchecked.
Join this panel of experts to understand best practices to applying human-centered design methods to screening programs including how to get started, successfully engage patients and have long-term success.
Save your seat and learn as we discuss:
- Behavioral actions that lead to dismal engagement in health screenings
- How to make human-centered decisions for a specific population
- Solutions to increase overall population health and engagement in health prevention programs