Transform 2012 – Day Three Highlights

Brightly colored illustration of design process Transform 2012's Tuesday sessions brought talk of computational irreducibility, gaps in health care, the comforts of home (health), complex data, fun with metrics, designing for happiness, lived experience, and, well, the voice of the patient. The themes of the day were "Designing Ahead of the Problem" and "Inspring Health." In between, there were breakout sessions on "Complex Data - Real-Time Influence," "Delivering Care Ahead of the Curve," "Meeting Patients Where They Are" and "Radical Ideation in Global Health." Not to mention the "GE Healthyimagination Experience."

Find links to brief interviews with some of the day's main-stage speakers below, or scroll on down to hear from some of the other conference participants. All are also available on the Mayo Clinic YouTube channel.

Thomas Fisher -- Professor and Dean, College of Design, University of Minnesota

J. Paul Neeley -- Designer and Researcher

Roni Zeiger, M.D. -- Co-founder and CEO of Smart Patients,

Cory Ingram, M.D. -- medical director for palliative care at Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato

More voices from Transform

For more from the speakers, check out the Transform website, where you can watch all of the Monday and Tuesday main-stage presentations.

Hear what those attending had to say about Transform by checking out the Transform 2012 Twitter stream.

We also captured a few of those voices in the Transform video booth, who shared their impressions of the symposium and what they're taking back to the real world after Transform is over. Hear from them in the video below.Transforming Health Care