On April 10, I attended the MITX (Massachusetts Innovation and Technology) DesignTech Summit to discuss the business value of design with industry leaders. Here are the main takeaways:
Millennials are known for doing things a little differently, making their mark on even seemingly timeless experiences. Here’s a snapshot of our latest customer research, exploring why the Millennial childbirth experience is no exception!
LENS used Legos to simulate a new workflow with doctors, nurses and techs to reduce time to bed by 65 percent.
LENS worked with the Shepley Bulfinch design team and the radiology department to develop an innovative clinical model as a basis of design for the clinic renovation.
How can an organization grow in place, without growing capital assets? LENS was recently engaged by a top-tier liberal arts college to help with this challenge.
LENS worked with architect, Shepley Bulfinch and Beth Isreal Deaconess Medical Center to redesign the Oncology experience, focusing on the patient and provider relationship.
To help an Academic Medical Center manage outpatient growth, LENS designed an integrated and flexible procedural suite with discrete inpatient and outpatient operating models.
Patient-centered care has become the mantra for many, if not all, healthcare providers. And why not? Hospitals are realizing that even the slightest calibrations to the patient experience can have far-reaching effects on the quality of care.
Scribes are a popular but hotly debated solution for reducing the EMR burden on physicians.
We’ve developed a market assessment approach that synthesizes traditional metrics, consumer behaviors to construct a thorough and comprehensive decision guide.
LENS worked with The University of Houston (UH) to design a new care delivery model that breaks down barriers to reach the city’s most underserved populations.