PLACING PATIENTS AT THE CENTRE OF THE JOURNEY
Patient interactions with healthcare services have changed dramatically over the past decade with the advancements in technology and shifting patient expectations. As a result, the design and delivery of healthcare services need to put patients at the centre of their journey.
Join Katie Bowden, NEXA’s Service Design and Delivery Director, for an insightful 40-minute webinar "Human-Centred Service Design in Healthcare: Placing patients at the centre of the journey". She'll explore:
The foundational principles of service design and how these can be applied in healthcare to improve existing services or create new ones.
The changing role of the patient in the delivery of service.
Real-life case examples from recent projects undertaken at large healthcare providers in Australia.
What is service design and why is it important for healthcare providers?
The 5 principles of service design
A simple 4 step process to implementing service design methodology in healthcare
Recent examples of human-centred service design in action
Who should attend?
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