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Participatory Design in Healthcare: Patients and doctors can bridge critical information gaps | UX Magazine

Participatory Design in Healthcare: Patients and doctors can bridge critical information gaps | UX Magazine | Service innovation | Scoop.it

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Michael Allenberg's curator insight, June 2, 2013 7:46 AM

Interesting read... "The main issue is a lack of background knowledge and the completely different experiences of a designer and an actual user."

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INVEST IN INNOVATION: Enabling Access to Rural Healthcare in India

INVEST IN INNOVATION: Enabling Access to Rural Healthcare in India | Service innovation | Scoop.it

"Access to basic healthcare is a very big challenge in rural India, and globally. 70% Indians live in villages, but 74% Doctors are in the urban areas. Sameer Sawarkar's ReMeDi™ solution betters delivery processes, and has evolved to provide a seamless platform for multiple providers in the ecosystem to come together to provide efficient & meaningful healthcare delivery."


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The Ashoka Community's curator insight, May 28, 2013 8:41 AM

Solving problems end-to-end is especially tough when delivery systems aren't in place. This is exactly the gap that Sameer Sawarkar's ReMeDi looks to bridge. By bringing quality healthcare to rural areas in India through ICT, Sameer has leveraged the power of two giant sectors to create a holistic solution. Help Sameer and ReMeDi realise their goal of universal, quality healthcare iby investing in his idea.

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A hospital case

A hospital case | Service innovation | Scoop.it

SAINT GORAN’S hospital is one of the glories of the Swedish welfare state. It is also a laboratory for applying business principles to the public sector. The hospital is run by a private company, Capio, which in turn is run by a consortium of private-equity funds, including Nordic Capital and Apax Partners. The doctors and nurses are Capio employees, answerable to a boss and a board. Doctors talk enthusiastically about “the Toyota model of production” and “harnessing innovation” to cut costs.


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ehealthgr's curator insight, June 1, 2013 1:04 PM

You should also check this article from the Guardian, for some opposite opinion of these changes. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/dec/18/private-healthcare-lessons-from-sweden

Beeyond's curator insight, August 6, 2013 7:56 AM
ehealthgr's insight:

You should also check this article from the Guardian, for some opposite opinion of these changes. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/dec/18/private-healthcare-lessons-from-sweden