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  • Apps Being Incorperated Into Hospitals & Patients

    [caption id="attachment_1759" align="alignleft" width="416" caption="A better way to monitor patients"]Doctor and Patient apps[/caption]


    With all the progression in technology, isn't it about time we geared most of the attention towards health and hospitals? Artefact, a very popular and advanced technology and product design company has come up with plans to create an app for doctor's to monitor their patients better. Take a look at the article from ReadWriteWeb:

    Just as popular consumer Web apps eventually find their way into the enterprise (Yammer anyone?), the health sector is increasingly taking its cue from the world of Web apps. The Seattle product design firm Artefact, whose future camera concept caught the attention of our readers in April, recently designed a prototype patient care app for the Seattle Children's Patient Information System.

    I visited the Artefact office in Seattle last month and was shown the prototype at work on an iPad. The app, as yet unnamed, is designed to help doctors, administrators and patients manage patient care in a hospital. The colorful and eminently usable design is - I can only hope - a pointer to the hospital and doctor apps of the near future.

    What most impressed me about the app was that it didn't resemble the clunky, boxy, database-looking apps I'd seen in the past at hospitals and doctor clinics. This prototype was intuitive and had a clean, functional design. What's more, it appeared to revolve more around the patient than the hospital system.

    A picture can tell a thousand words. The image directly below is of the prototype hospital app from Artefact. Below that is a traditional hospital app.

    Read more at ReadWriteWeb

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