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Modernizing Medicine receives People’s Choice Award at 2017 UX Awards

on November 21, 2017 / by Joe Russo ,

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Modernizing Medicine’s modmed® Kiosk Receives the People’s Choice Award at the 2017 UX Awards

Physician efficiency and patient empowerment focus of easy-to-use, interactive application

Palm Beach Tech Association Member, Modernizing Medicine, Inc., receives the People’s Choice Award at the 2017 UX Awards Summit in Palo Alto, California. Modernizing Medicine won the award for their modmed® Kiosk by highest average popular vote.

The modmed® Kiosk is a native iPad application designed for patients to perform self-service tasks at the doctor’s office, such as completing patient intake forms. Kiosk provides a valuable opportunity to engage patients early on, directly involve them in their own care, reduce potential errors from illegible documentation, decrease waiting time, reduce costs, and eliminate outdated information.

The UX Awards Summit Conference aims to inspire technologists to create human-centered products that solve real problems by showcasing the most innovative people, products, and processes of next-generation digital product, customer experience, interaction, service, integrated industrial-digital, and experience design.

The award was received by members of the UX team including:

  • Mike Carter | Mobile Technical Lead
  • Busra Demirci | Senior User Experience Designer
  • Andrew Schall | User Experience Manager
  • Mihai Fonoage | Associate Vice President of Mobile Strategy & UX

About Modernizing Medicine:

Modernizing Medicine is transforming how healthcare information is created, consumed and utilized in order to increase practice efficiency, and improve patient outcomes. Their products and services are designed to transform the clinical, financial and operational aspects of dermatology, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, pain management, plastic surgery, and urology practices.

Modernizing Medicine receives People’s Choice Award at 2017 UX Awards