Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): User-Computer Interface
The user-computer interface (UI) in healthcare refers to the way in which healthcare professionals and patients interact with computer systems and digital technologies. A well-designed UI can greatly enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery by providing quick and easy access to patient information, facilitating communication between healthcare providers, and enabling the use of technology-driven tools and devices.
Examples of UI in healthcare include electronic health records (EHRs), telemedicine platforms, medical imaging systems, and wearable devices. The design of the UI should consider factors such as the users’ needs and goals, the complexity of the information being presented, and the security and privacy of patient information.
A good UI in healthcare should be intuitive and user-friendly, allowing healthcare providers to easily access and manage patient information, and patients to interact with their healthcare providers and manage their own health information. The development of effective UI in healthcare is a rapidly evolving field and is critical for improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery.
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