#mHealthUX | How To Design a Mobile Health App

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#mHealthUX | How To Design a Mobile Health App

A new era of consumer engagement has arrived and startups are creating new systems using technology to engage and influence customers. - S.N

By Kat Usop, MSHI

When and where

Date and time

Monday, April 24 · 4 - 6pm CDT

Location

Mindshop Online Classroom . Houston, TX 00000

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Key Takeaways?

✅ Unlimited access to the recorded sessions and lecture notes

✅ Certificate of completion (upon request*)

✅ A chance of a free ticket to an upcoming masterclass! + eBook

What is this MINDSHOP about?

In the world of #mhealth design, usability is king. Softwares, valuated for millions of dollars, are abandoned due to its lack of appreciation for the power of usable design principles. 

This course emphasizes the importance of mobile user experience in designing effective healthcare e-solutions: how different populations of healthcare consumers select and utilize mobile apps in their daily lives, why they sustain or abandon use, and the health benefits and predictive outcomes that are caused by this usage. 

Module 1: Gathering Insights from providers and patients' point of view

  • Understand design thinking framework through case studies in healthcare
  • Identifying users pain points (patients and providers)
  • Learn how to gather data and contextualize them into a meaningful architecture

Module 2: Ideation in the healthcare sphere

  • Reframing and Ideation - Go wide and wild problem solving technique
  • Know how to foresee the needs based on user personas

Module 3: Implementation and limitations

  • Prototyping and testing - fail fast, keep moving technique
  • Know how to stitch the design to the insights gathered
  • Learn how to iterate swiftly 
  • Learn how to manage frustration when failing fast process
  • OPEN DISCUSSION: Your current role and how designing a mobile health app can benefit you

Who needs to attend?

  • Entrepreneurs at early-stage of their startup (preferably digital health)
    • Managers who are committed to solve healthcare problems creatively
    • User Interface designers who wish to expand their towards UX design in health
    • Product designers and development

    🎙️ WHY ME?

    BLOG/BOOKS: www.katusop.com

    CEO OF THE MINDSHOP SCHOOL - VIRTUAL INSTITUTE FOR CAREER SWITCHERS, AND FOUNDERS VENTURING THEIR PATH INTO INNOVATIVE INDUSTRIES (5000+ STUDENTS & COUNTING)

    CEO OF GINA HEALTH – METAVERSE PLATFORM MATCHING NEURO-PSYCHIATRIC SUPPORT SERVICES TO USERS WHEREVER, WHENEVER NEEDED | www.ginahealth.co

    DIGITAL NOMAD, CONSULTANT, AND LONG TERM CURIOSITA!

    INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE

    • 🎉2022 - DIGITAL HEALTH INNOVATION CONSULTANT AT NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (NYIT) CLICK HERE
    • 2022 – REGULATORY HEAD OF MEDICAL DEVICES "MADE IN MOROCCO" AT MMI CLUSTER
    • 2021 – DIRECTOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING AT HCK-M
    • 2020 – R&D , MEDICAL DATA MANAGER AT DUKE UNIVERSITY – BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    • HIT | Design Thinking Consultant at MEDVERSE LABS LLC est. 2016 (Software Development Agency)
    • 2019 recipient of MU School of Medicine's Lindberg Award for Health IT Innovation
    • Former Adjunct University Lecturer at ENSET Biomedical Engineering School at the age of 23.
    • "How to Gamify a Virtual Surgical Workspace" Talk at (VRVoice2018) Harvard Medical School
    • Co-Founder of TechVerse Coworking Space & Incubator, Rabat City, Morocco – the first tech-oriented coworking space in the country. est. 2016 (Dissolved)
    • Chief Software Architect of Sutures App – Gamified Gastro-intestinal e-Surgery Simulator (Acquired/Sold) est. 2016
    • Chief Design Thinker / Information Architect at Sinclair School of Nursing – HEAR App est. 2017
    • Research Fellow at the University of Missouri’s Center for Biomedical Informatics - focus on Mobile Based & Gamified Precision Medicine est. 2018
    • Design Thinker (mHealth) for Precision Medicine 🤍

    ACADEMIC BACKGROUND:

    • Peer Reviewer at IEEE Journal of Biomedical & Health Informatics (JBHI)
    • Peer Reviewer at Journal for Medical Internet Research (JMIR)
    • Public Speaker: USA, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Morocco, Philippines (+30 talks)
    • Holder of Engineering Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering and Management with Specialization in Biomedical Engineering
    • Advanced Degree (MS) in Health Informatics –Precision Health Apps

    #KeepHustling!

    I am most active on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katanai/

    BLOG/BOOKS: www.katusop.com

    TWTR: @itskatusop

    For collaborations, email me via kat@medverselab.com

    ⚠️FAQs

    ALL MY CLASSES ARE ONLINE / VIRTUAL / USING EITHER GOOGLE MEET OR ZOOM PLATFORM / I DO NOT OFFER IN-PERSON EVENTS (YET)

    Tickets Non-Refundable (POST-EVENT): our proprietary work, in the form of audiovisual recording and lecture notes, will be shared with you exclusively. 

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    About the organizer

    Organized by
    Kat Usop, MSHI

    Kat Usop is an award-winning digital health innovator/t(h)inkerer. She specializes in implementing gamification models in disease management, consumer health, and precision medicine. A polymath by nature, she has diverse experiences in the facets of research, development, and management of medical devices and de-novo health technologies. She was part of the genesis of gamified virtual workspaces for pre-operative surgical training and communication using anatomical digital twins (biomimicry), this effort was presented at Harvard Medical School (2018) amongst pioneers of VR and AR in Health (VRVoice). Consequently, she was able to drive the selection of Gina Health (Current Venture) to become a finalist at the 2020 NC Tech: Data as a New Resource for its unique design in gamifying a mental health platform. She also contributed to the wearable (biomedical) data management and governance at Duke University - Biomedical Engineering. She was also fortunate to be selected as the youngest adjunct professor of risk management of medical devices at the age of 23. And at the age of 19, she started the IEEE D2S Initiative in the Philippines which focuses on producing innovative yet essential technologies for the aftermath of natural calamities in the Asia-pacific region. This effort was replicated in India, Bangladesh, and Hong Kong. Devoted to the advancement of innovative healthcare, Kat is an active peer-reviewer at key journals (IEEE JBHI, JMIR) and teaches thousands of professionals from all over the world; topics in gamification, design thinking and data science in health. Kat is a graduate of MS in Health Informatics and Bioinformatics from the University of Missouri-Columbia, with a prestigious award of Donald Lindberg's award in Health Innovation (School of Medicine).

    “Learn to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.” – Leonardo Da Vinci.

    Kat Usop,  MSHI

    Twitter: @itskatusop

    www.katusop.com