Post Written By Joyce Lee “Learning to Design is Learning to See” This blogpost was created for a class I am teaching to the entire 1st year medical student class at the University of Michigan as part of the leadership curriculum later...

Post Written By Casey Quinlan Elephants There’s an old joke that goes like this: “What’s an elephant?” “It’s a mouse designed by a government committee.” There’s also the old “elephant in the room” bromide about topics that are not to be mentioned...

Post Written By Haley Pysick In an age where healthcare delivery is progressing to serve the needs of more patients, underserved groups of people continue to face overwhelming health disparities. The term “underserved” includes a broad array of people such as...

Post Written By Philip Kersten American cities have achieved the intentions of their design with outstanding success. Economic growth and urban expansion has been a benefit for American businesses for decades and the design of the cities we live in has...

Post Written By Steph Habif I read a white paper today called “The ROI of HIPAA Compliant Texting and Telemedicine: Improve CMS Core Measures and Reduce Transfers.” But not one return on investment (“ROI”) metric about a texting and telemedicine solution...

Behind every great idea, there is a motive. Why does the idea exist? What is the purpose? The cause? The belief? According to Simon Sinek, this element of the developmental process is defined as the ‘why’ and describes the emotional...

Post Written By Prescribe Design Below is the transcript of the complete Interview I did with the Health Data Consortium out of Washington DC.  Their tagline is unleashing the power of open health data. The title of their post: The Nuances of Language, Data, and Innovation.  I...

D-Patients: Patients Who Design Prescribe Design has launched a series where we celebrate designers who have the first-hand experience of their own personal healthcare concern. Like all patients, they face ongoing challenges in managing their health, managing their treatment, and managing...