Bringing Patient-Centered Design to Healthcare

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TEDx talk presented by Harvard Business School Senior Researcher, Mahek Shah, M.D. Dr. Shah will be attending The Millennium Alliance Healthcare Providers Transformation Assembly leading key sessions in the program.


Design Matters Most in Healthcare.

In the consumer-driven digital world we now live in, reacting to consumer needs is now an imperative for businesses across every industry, including Healthcare.

Patient-Centricity or Patient-Centered Care is described, by the IOM (Institute of Medicine) as: “Providing care that is respectful of, and responsive to, individual patient preferences, needs and values, and ensuring that patient values guide all clinical decisions.”

Mahek Shah focuses in on the important role that Design plays in patient-centric care during his TedX talk. He also offers key advice on how to strategically deploy design to help you reach your patient-centric goals.

Watch the full video here >>

About the Healthcare Providers Transformation AssemblyHCT 300x300

Mahek Shah is joining us at this week’s Healthcare Providers Transformation Assembly.

Healthcare leaders are working tirelessly to improve patient access to care, reduce costs, improve the quality of care, and answer growing patient demands. 

New technology like Telehealth, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Robotics, 3D Printing, and more are enhancing the patient experience. At The Healthcare Providers Transformation Assembly, The Millennium Alliance is bringing together Chief Medial Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Chief Information Medical Officers, Chief Innovation Officers and Chief Clinical Transformation Officers from North America’s leading Health Systems to discuss how the industry is being influencers by new technologies.

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