Design Voices with Clay Marsh

Apr 2 2015 - 1:07pm

IDSA's inaugural Medical Design Conference, The Usability Ecosystem, held at CAMLS (Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation) was very popular. Now, we're bringing some of the best presentations right to your computer as 1-hour, interactive webinars. This webinar is FREE. This webinar is sponsored by: 

 

Designing Healthcare of the Future:  Disease to Wellness to Swellness

April 15, 1pm EST | Clay Marsh, MD | REGISTER 

To sustainably improve the health of our population, health and healthy choices in communities need to become the norm. This presentation discusses our approach to this goal targeting the dimensions of health that include exercise, food, sleep, stress, social networks and family. We believe that the areas of Design and Design Thinking are critical to construct health ecosystems and optimize user experiences.  These complex systems are asymmetric, where a few agents or elements are more important than others. Ecosystem design allows us to initially target the high value areas of exercise, and envision how to construct an ecosystem that makes healthy choices and health the norm by bending the world around the person. This presentation will discuss how we are trying to construct this ecosystem with designers, focusing on optimizing the user experience at the interface level, and layering this experience set with precision tools to navigate individual decisions and nudge community decisions and offerings.

Clay Marsh, MD | Executive Director of the IDEA Studio for Healthcare and Design | Chief Innovation Officer of the OSU Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) and Professor of Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
Dr. Marsh focuses on leading efforts to solve important problems in healthcare and delivering solutions to these problems. This program interfaces experts from around the globe - in areas such as medicine, complex systems biology, systems biology, genomics/epigenomics, behavioral decision making, decision architecture, mathematical modeling, data analytics, evolutionary biology, anthropology and design/design thinking - to create these approaches and to improve lives and communities.