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Nurse Station

Nurse Station was a concept aimed at finally solving the staffing issue around the healthcare industry. Another designer, Chris Reed, and I worked through some tough compliance standards to create a clean interface and some solid UX. Currently being beta-tested at Kaiser Permanente.

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 The flow was structured around allowing hospitals and staffers to easily find and view nurse profiles. But we also needed the reverse to function well as it would amplify user interaction. This made the interaction similar to LinkedIn and showed promise for further iterations of the product to lend to a type of social platform around sharing content and networking.  From a hiring perspective we incorporated a recommendation and rating system that kept nurses that provided a checks and balances aspect to professionalism. We also developed an automated system that makes staffing from previously approved nurses a breeze and aided in creating a competitive edge to finding shifts.

The flow was structured around allowing hospitals and staffers to easily find and view nurse profiles. But we also needed the reverse to function well as it would amplify user interaction. This made the interaction similar to LinkedIn and showed promise for further iterations of the product to lend to a type of social platform around sharing content and networking.

From a hiring perspective we incorporated a recommendation and rating system that kept nurses that provided a checks and balances aspect to professionalism. We also developed an automated system that makes staffing from previously approved nurses a breeze and aided in creating a competitive edge to finding shifts.

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