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Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation on Designing the Future of Care Delivery

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Sam Basta's curator insight, May 17, 2013 9:08 PM

Amazing presentation! Don't miss the follow up Linkedin discussion with Meredith and Kate starting 5/17/2013 and lasting till we no longer have participation.

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Sam Basta's comment, May 18, 2013 8:24 PM
Webinar Title:
Aligning New Care Models with Future Trends and Patient Needs

- Overview of key challenges in health care and our current outpatient practice
- Understand different patient types and frameworks for “knowing” patients
- Explore current and future trends in and outside of health care- Discuss design principles that suggest future health care models and systems

Speakers Bio:
Meredith DeZutter – Senior Service Designer, Mayo Clinic, Center for Innovation
Meredith focuses on co-creating new healthcare services, products, and experiences. At Mayo, Meredith and the diverse team of researchers and designers are exploring the potential for an embedded design group (located in a live clinical practice) to effect meaningful and sustained transformation within a large, traditional medical institution. They work on behalf of patient and provider communities to effect and evolve the culture of the Clinic but also to determine the most robust model for the integration of design in healthcare. Prior to working at Mayo Clinic, Meredith has 16 years of global consulting experience in identifying and co-developing design solutions for both products and systems. She has a B.F.A in Industrial Design from Carnegie Mellon University.

Kate Dudgeon, Service Designer, Mayo Clinic, Center for Innovation (CFI) with a background in product and process design and development, Kate applies various user-centric design research techniques to help reveal deeper insights into how healthcare is delivered and experienced. During Kate’s time at the CFI she has worked on transforming the Clinic’s Outpatient Practice to make for a more efficient and impactful practice, that will continue to meet the needs of the patients of the future and changing healthcare climate. Her work encompasses rethinking the workflows, roles, space, and tools/technology that make up the Clinic’s variety of patient interactions. Kate graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a BFA in Industrial Design.
Michelle Batt's curator insight, May 22, 2013 9:55 AM

great overview of Mayo Clinic Innovation by Design