GE Healthcare’s intelligent cardio portal takes a patient centric view to provide precision medicine leveraging current products and platforms. Seamlessly integrating products, digital solutions, diagnostic data, Edison AI and guidelines to optimize heart care.
UX & UI
The target audience of the Cardio Portal is primarily cardiologists and the key objective of the product is set as optimization of the huge amount of data that doctors deal with on a regular basis. Every single piece of information about every patient is vital for making the right decision. Focused on placed on making it organized, clear, and easy-to-use. Intuitive navigation, patient list, patient longitudinal timeline and schedule were set as the biggest priority to make the product applicable even for people with a low or medium level of tech literacy.
General Electric Healthcare
With a century creating hundreds of products sold in 100+ countries, GE Healthcare is best known for our medical products: XRays, CTs, MRIs, ventilators, monitoring devices. Today, healthcare is based increasingly on intelligent software.
- Spend less time on documentation, spend more time caring for the patient
- Increase reproducibility by leverage AI
- Provide full linkage between data, measurements and findings
Heart Care Team
- Access all relevant data across modalities and time in one place from anywhere
- Access any Level of Detail as needed
- Get access to guideline driven diagnostic and therapeutic actions
- Understand and contribute to your own care plan
- Interact with your care team
- Get advice on what you can do yourself
- It’s your data – get complete access to it and share it with GEHC and contribute to improve care
- Strong network effects (products, apps, IB) create virtuous circle
- Provide targeted marketing of clinical value of device/drug
- FOMA: GE is bringing precision care to Cardiology. Join unique eco-system connecting provider, patient, drug- and device companies
UX user testing
Team interviewed 9 Cardiologists and 1 Cardiovascular Surgeon.
- Experience levels ranged from 4 years to over 25 years.
- 9 Males and 1 Female
- Participants were from United States and Europe
- Sessions lasted 20 to 60 minutes
Inbox layout is the clear winner
Inbox View was the most popular patient list option with 6 out of 8 participants placing it in their top 2 views.
- 50% of the participants selected the Inbox View as their first choice
- EMR Access was the next most popular option with 3 participants selecting it as their first choice
- Card View was the least favored option
Why did users like this view?
- Most efficient
- Allows quick toggling between different patients
- Only have to learn one screen in order to use the application
- Combined positives aspects of other options with patient photos in a list format
- Easy to read
Four participants selected the list view as their second choice (none selected it as their first choice).
- Users liked the list view for the ability to easily sort and group patients. Best for viewing search/filter results for all patients within a certain group. One said it may be useful for research purposes in order to sort patients into different sub-groups. One said he may use the list more for patients with live monitoring data
Two participants placed the calendar view within their top 2 patient list views.
- Both participants found the calendar to be best to see their daily clinic schedule
- Week view was the most popular time frame
- Prefer color coding based on appointment type (newer versus follow up patient) rather than urgency (n=1)