Population Health Management
2 MCIS Team Members, Creative Services department
3 Months. (Icons and additional design consultation fall of 2013)
Population Health Management (PHM) is a program utilized by physicians and researchers to compare conditions and behaviors of the Marshfield Clinic patient base to the overall health of the larger population. The program also serves to measure the quality of care within the health system. This project was a conceptual UI redesign which served as an idea springboard for Marshfield Clinic Information Systems (MCIS) as well as marketing material.
Create a user interface to communicate data efficiently to people with different departmental needs within a healthcare organization.
“I should WANT to use this tool for my job, not HAVE to.”
Note: All data shown is fictional. The designs in this case study are a reinterpretation of the original.
To kick things off, I began by researching the current product and popular interface design trends for data visualizations. Key insights from this process led me to pursue incorporating more gestural interactions, larger font sizes, and icons for navigation elements.
Setting the Mood
I pitched a series of moodboards for the updated interface to the client. With their feedback and internal team suggestions, I modified the layout and create concepts of the screen interface.
Wrapping It Up
Final deliverables included concepts for high-level screens of the program and two alternate options + style guide. Design consultations and icon development were requested at a later date.
Chart detail. On a tablet, the user could swipe with their fingers or tap the left/right arrows to look through other points at full size.