Reducing clinician burden with user-centered design
Healthcare organizations seeking to improve clinician satisfaction need a healthcare IT focused on purposeful, user-centered design.
Some 86% of acute care organizations and 67% of ambulatory care organizations cite usability as their biggest complaint.
The impact of poor usability is a major concern because it contributes so significantly to clinician burnout.
This infographic illustrates alarming statistics that demonstrate the scope of the issue and call for immediate intervention.
Clinicians shouldn’t have to adapt to their tools to maintain desired outcomes. A focus on usability can enable users to meet specified goals effectively. A proven user-centered design process helps deliver the right product to meet user needs.
Allscripts follows a rigorous user-centered design process, which enables us to understand the key concerns clinician users have, create innovative solutions and measure the results
A rigorous user-centered process asks, “What would make this the most helpful for the user?” The answer fuels innovation and goes beyond delivering merely a usable solution, but one that actively helps the user.
To understand how Allscripts is improving usability across our solutions, see our Whitepaper, “Reducing clinician burden with user-centered design”.