Join Jen Briselli, SVP of Experience Strategy and Service Design, Mad*Pow and Priyama Barua, Director of Experience Strategy, Mad*Pow as they discuss how to design and deliver more innovative solutions with a holistic understanding of the chronic health experience.
Through years of work across the health care ecosystem, Mad*Pow has developed The Chronic Health Experience Map. This artifact represents a human-centered architecture of the health ecosystem for someone managing a chronic condition. It illustrates common health related events so designers and innovators can build empathy for the health seeker’s experiences at different points on their journey and design more meaningful solutions that build value and improve health outcomes.
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