Designing Applications for Health Care with Kyoko Crawford and Mark Yoon
February 14th, 2018
44 mins 43 secs
About this Episode
How to Design Applications for Doctors and Patients
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Mark Yoon: Developer and Director of Talent at Table XI
Kyoko Crawford: CEO of SkinIO.
How do you design for both doctors and patients, two very different audiences that need the same data? If you are designing health care technology, how do you build the trust that lets users know it's okay to share sensitive medical data, such as full-body skin images? Kyoko Crawford, CEO of SkinIO, joins Mark Yoon of Table XI on the show to talk about the challenges of health care technology, and how empathy is always important in the end.
02:02 - Designing for Liability
07:49 - Physicians and Technology and The Generational Divide in Doctors
Podcasting and Audio Stories with Dr. Ed Livingston
13:48 - Patients and Users
19:09 - Building Trust and Authority and Designing for Reassurance
26:41 - Testing and Detection
34:56 - Tech Team Exposure to Healthcare
37:16 - Attention Between Precision of Medical Data and Usability
41:21 - Empathy: Linking Together the Medical and Tech Fields
- Podcasting and Audio Stories with Dr. Ed Livingston
- Live Panel: Hiring Developers in (and out of) Health Care
- Using Software to Create Better Countries: Recovering Healthcare.gov with Andy Slavitt