Human Factors In Healthcare

All patients have one thing in common: they want products and services that they can trust and feel safe using- especially when it has to do with their health. The medical industry has a very big responsibility when it comes to patient and practitioner safety and satisfaction.

Far too often, medical errors or potential errors occur because human-centered systems are not set in place in order to identify and mitigate risks. Our human factors experts have vast experience in listening, problem-solving, and integrating human-centered methodologies into your workplace, patient operations, and products.

It’s no secret that healthcare providers are among the highest trained professionals. Most medical errors occur because of poorly designed medical devices, disconnected processes, and broken systems. When you work with us as your user experience consultants, you can expect a minimum return on investment of $2 -$100 for every dollar you invest. In the medical industry, where human errors can be fatal, the inclusion of human-centered design can be the difference between life and death.

We bring human centered design to healthcare

Healthcare is about helping people to live their best lives. Whether you're treating patients or developing medical devices for them, you must be able to give them the support they need. Far too often, medical errors occur because human-centered systems are not in place. In fact, the economic cost associated with medical errors ranges from a staggering $393 to $958 billion!

Mars Rover

Get ready to delight patients.

As a team that specializes in human factors in healthcare, we excel at listening, problem-solving and integrating human-centered methodologies into your workplace and patient operations. Whether you're looking for better ways to communicate with patients, seeking methods to lower treatment costs, trying to build better medical devices or environments for patients to be in, or even preparing for medical device approval, we can help. Get ready to surpass patients’ expectations and deliver successfully on their needs.