Last week, we started with what exactly human-centered design is and why current systems are not working with the methods of human-centered designs. Today’s blog is going to focus on the best steps to implement human-centered design in the healthcare field.
There are currently over 2 million nurses in the United States. This is a huge number. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the healthcare field will grow up to 18 percent over the next decade! This includes physicians, nurses, cardiologists, and more!
All of these phases lead to better helping everyone who will be inhabiting and working in these hospital settings. However, like we stated above, each one of these people will experience the hospital in different ways. One way people could experience is, a patient who is either happy or unhappy with their care. Another angle is a physician or nurse can find their the current hospital’s system does not work and makes their job even harder, which can cause burn-out.
Moduflex, LLC is part of the human-centered design and approach. We made our nurse server storage units easily accessible from the hallways and inside each patient’s room. We know that #StorageMatters! For more information, contact us today!
A constant feeling of being overwhelmed, a lack of compassion and constant irritability are only a couple of nurse burnout symptoms that can occur in the healthcare industry.continue Reading
Understanding, avoiding and taking the proper measures to prevent burnout can help nurses feel healthy, happy and satisfied in both their personal and professional lives.continue Reading