By E. Vance Wilson
Adoption of a user-centered layout (UCD) concentration has immensely enriched the health and wellbeing undefined. software of UCD suggestions are key to winning improvement of e-services, together with e-health. Patient-Centered E-Health offers the viewpoint of a unique kind of e-health that's patient-focused, patient-aware, patient-empowered, and patient-active. This must-have publication for researchers, educators, and healthcare practitioners addresses the specific features of the e-health area via a user-centered layout, delivering foundational themes in components similar to patient-centered layout tools, mental facets of on-line health and wellbeing communique, and e-health advertising.
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Chapter I Towards Patient-Centered Care: The Role of E-Health in Enabling Patient Access to Health Information Juanita Dawson Claremont Graduate University, USA Bengisu Tulu Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA Thomas A. Horan Claremont Graduate University, USA AbstRAct This chapter provides a conceptual foundation by exploring the existing literature on traditional healthcare, patient-centered healthcare, and the progression of e-health in enabling the movement towards patient-centered care.
3. 4. Paper prototypes make the researcher focus on keeping the interface simple. Various approaches to the design of an interface can be tested with several users to see which one is the preferred. They are time savers. Creating paper prototypes requires relatively less effort than coding, so paper prototypes can be easily abandoned if they are not working. They allow the researcher to start at an unsure stage. Because paper prototypes have no code, they free the designer from the necessity of building a working platform for the interface.
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