Designing Consumer Health IT: A Guide for Developers and Systems Designers – AHRQ – September 2012

Posted on November 20, 2012. Filed under: Health Informatics, Patient Participation | Tags: |

Designing Consumer Health IT: A Guide for Developers and Systems Designers – AHRQ – September 2012

“The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) is working to speed the development of effective consumer health information technology (IT) applications so people can better use their personal health information to manage their health. AHRQ sought to learn about methods and strategies that have been used to design and develop successful consumer IT products in industries other than health care. The research first identified successful products based on market penetration, sales, and customer adoption and enjoyment. Next, the research examined the design methods that were used to develop these successful products through: 1) an environmental scan and grey literature review, 2) in-depth interviews with expert developers, and 3) guidance from a technical expert panel (TEP).”

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