Behavioral science is now being applied to unique methods of enterprise-imaging product design.

Using a data-driven, human-centered approach, behavioral science helps uncover what people have done in the past and tries to predict — and often change — how they’ll behave in the future.

In this webinar, leading healthcare experts will discuss how uses of observation, interviews, and experimentation can help the industry form a better understanding of current customer needs and pain points within cardiovascular imaging. Having clinicians involved in the product-design process has led to the complete rearchitecting of a next-generation hemodynamics solution. We’ll also share a clinician’s experience working with behavioral science and product-development teams, provide an understanding of how they’re using hemodynamics today, and get their thoughts on the future of imaging and hemodynamics.

Key takeaways

Attendees will learn:

  •  How a next-generation hemodynamics system has implemented 19 user-centric concepts and undergone iterative testing with healthcare providers.
  • How physicians, technicians, nurses, and administrators are providing their expertise to bring new features to market that will have a notable impact on the way health systems operate.
  • What a next-generation hemodynamics system can do to keep pace with new technology innovations in cardiovascular care and increasing clinical demands.

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