This is the second instalment in our audio podcast mini series titled, EHRs: Secrets of Successful Usability. This time out, Macadamian’s director of UX design, Jennifer Fraser and I, Lorraine Chapman , director of research, discuss the benefits of interruption storyboards within the context of improving the usability of electronic health records.
Jennifer and I are joined by special guest Dr. Jeffrey Belden, family physician and associate
Creating electronic health records that really benefit patients, doctors, hospitals and clinics means you must look inside a physician’s brain for answers.
I suggest that you can improve EHR usability by using interruption storyboards – a series of images that can help software teams visualize the contexts in which doctors interact with EHRs. We delve into interruption storyboards and how to use them effectively in Part 2 of Macadamian’s complimentary audio podcast mini series titled, EHRs: Secrets of Successful Usability.
After listening to this podcast you’ll be better equipped to:
- improve patient safety within the context of EHRs;
- design and prioritize key features of EHRs;
- create cutting-edge EHRs.
When you access this podcast you’ll receive a sample interruption storyboard we developed in collaboration with a physician.