Category: Research

Healthcare IT, Learning, NHS, Research, Uncategorized

Accelerated Access Review – Talk or Action?

November 3, 2016

At DrDoctor we try to do the hard work for you. Whether that’s making your hospital experience better or reading through long papers to extract the important info to deliver to you!   If you haven’t already guessed, this blog post will be the latter. We’ve delved into the AAR,

Healthcare IT, NHS, Our Tech, Research, Uncategorized

Partial booking – building a solution

February 6, 2015

Partial booking has many benefits but for most NHS Trusts is a difficult process to implement at scale. Delivered properly it requires two extra steps compared to traditional full booking and it is a highly manual process which usually relies on slow or labour intensive forms of communication. From an

Healthcare IT, Research

Patients talk about online health

April 26, 2013

We recently spent a Saturday morning at the Wellcome Collection in London. We talked to patients and doctors, asking  about their experience interacting with healthcare, online access to records, appointment booking and other transactions. We’ve turned it into a 5 minuite video, let us know what you think in the

NHS, Research

OPENIdeo

January 14, 2013

Check out our DrDoctor concept on OPENIdeo, a platform to help develop ideas as a comunity. Its part of the challenge ‘How can we create healthy comunities within and beyond the workplace?’ – http://www.openideo.com/open/well-work/concepting/drdoctor-patient-communications/ Heres the cartoon we made for the competition to get you started:

NHS, Research

What do patients want?

January 11, 2013

We’ve been doing a little bit of research into what patients really want from hospital communications. We spent a couple of days in two different hospital outpatient departments. It’s nicely summarised in the infographic below – feel free to share and use as much as you’d like. Get in touch