UX prototyping design of HealthKit app for heart disease patients
Master thesis at DTU Compute, Cognitive Systems
The goal of the thesis is to explore the possibility of creating a personalised treatment for chronic heart failure patients in Denmark. The goal is to investigate how to conduct lean innovation in the Danish health care sector by creating a user centered solution, to avoid the current heavily over-regulated health care sector. The thesis is based on an exploratory inductive process, to create the base for future projects.
By utilising lean prototyping in user experience the five iterations are tested and verified by key stakeholders, representing the medical staff, patients, universities and companies. This validation process have lead to a fast refinement of the prototypes, and towards the alpha version of the solution.
Supervised by Associate professor Michael Kai Petersen, DTU Compute and Associate professor Jakob Eg Larsen, DTU Compute. Collaboration with Nima Zandi, Apple Denmark and Herlev Hospital
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