100 Users In 2019

August 02, 2019

Project Alloy will only be successful with user input and interviews. That's why I've set out to interview 100 doctors, nurses, and administrators by the end of 2019. Their feedback is so important to defining product scope, functionalit...

Project Alloy Pitch Deck

July 31, 2019

This is the first pitch/vision deck I've put together for Project Alloy. I'm sharing it here not because I think it's the best thing ever but because I want to encourage others to keep chasing the things they care about. Small steps (how...

Iterations on Iterations

July 08, 2019

Working on some more iterations of the Project Alloy charting experience. One of the most difficult aspects of current charts is the lack of modularity, thus fixing doctors into one way of structuring their notes and potentially forcing ...

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Take Good Notes

July 02, 2019

Some days, you don't necessarily create something cool and flashy. In fact, some days you have to take those cool and flashy things and tear them to bits to make sure they work properly. And during those days, the only thing you end up w...

Information Nesting

June 28, 2019

For doctors, the chart isn't separate from a patient but rather an aspect of a patient's profile. Unfortunately, many EHRs and EMRs have them split out and splintered across many separate areas and screens.

Keep It Simple

June 27, 2019

While the nuance and nitty-gritty details are massively important, I wanted to take a very high-level approach to how Project Alloy's app might be organized. This helps me understand the base functionality and features that need to be co...

Don't Chart Your Life Away

June 26, 2019

The biggest opportunity for improvement in current EHRs is the charting process. The way a physician charts or creates a note on their visit is extremely complicated and convoluted. This shot explores how a physician may flow through an ...

Flow Your Way

June 26, 2019

Initial thoughts for the information architecture for Project Alloy. The question, how to get a physician through the steps and pages necessary for them to complete an interaction. Where do they need to go back and look at old info? How ...