Population Health Management is a program utilized by physicians and researchers to compare the 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. The proposed user interface is intended to appeal to users as a product to new healthcare organizations, increase engagement and allow for smoother transition to mobile devices.
The project was largely conceptual and served as a idea springboard and the basis for future marketing materials. Later considerations of the projects use have been altered based on the needs of the organization. The duration was approximately from March 2013 – June 2013 with updates to icon designs and design consultations in the fall of 2013. Note: Due to confidentiality agreements, all data shown is fictional. The designs in this case study are a reinterpretation of the original.
I was pitched the project as part of my first big assignment at Marshfield Clinic. I researched their current product and pitched a direction for the updated interface to the client. With feedback and direction from my team, I lead the UX work, producing all major deliverables and presenting them to the client. Final deliverables included design proposal and 3 three alternate options. Click-through screens for the functions of the main dashboard, and in-process documentation. Design consultations were requested at a later date as well as icons.