I am a surgeon who has worked for 18 years. I am 48 years old.
I have to serve a large number of patients every day. The longest time is the one-on-one patient inquiry and record with the patient.
Patient: I feeling...
"Tell me about your physical condition."
Dr. Lee, 48, is an influential physician in a medical institution. In Chinese society, the general understanding of doctors is that the older the age, the more experienced and the older the qualifications.
“It takes a lot of time to use a computer for a consultation, which seriously affects my productivity.”
Dr. Lee has to visit a large number of patients every day, including one-on-one consultation with patients.
There are so many diagnoses that require typing, and it’s really troublesome to use the computer!
During the consultation, the doctor needs to inquire and observe the patient's condition, and also the doctor's record of the patient's case information, as well as the prescription for the prescription or inspection.
I really don't like typing and working with a computer, maybe it's easy for young people, but not for me!
This not only affected Dr. Li's work efficiency but also affected the patient's visit time.
Dr. Li can solve the problem of patients well, but he is not suitable for complex interactive systems and keyboard input like other elderly people in using computer records to process patient information.。
Perhaps for young people, smartphones and the Internet have brought a lot of fun to their lives, but for older users with lower levels of acceptance, there are few design optimizations for this group of users.