Tablet based EHR solution for Doctors

I have spent long hours sitting in hospitals, clinics and interviewing doctors to listen their problems and finding opportunity. Tried different design methods to come-out with design solution. Also spend plenty of time to understand the technology, innovation, competition happening at the same time.

I was responsible for envisioning the Mobihealth, Interaction Design, mixed graphic design, some programming, spend long hours of discussion with developers and technical architects to understand the cloud computing, android framework, open-source solutions and other related technologies.

Outcome is brilliant and few sample screens are below. Our solution is zero typing solution, A doctor can complete a regular consultation without typing a single word.

Also publishing my Research Paper in Mobile HCI conference 2013, Munich.

These screen is shown for 7 inch touch screen tablets.


Screen shot of patient’s overall health profile. Generic habits and informations at first row. Latest reading and important tests results at second widgets after that all list of treatments.


Selecting Blood pressure widget lands in the screen to show the details including graphs and historical data. Here doctors can update the new reading manually or if sensors are connected it will be updated automatically. No typing required.


Pregnancy test widget. a very intuitive design matches with real pregnancy test kit. Easy and quick to update and view.


Patient diagnosis UI: Marking a symptom is easy and gesture based, intuitive as natural marking gesture doctors are used to. Photographs and relevant tests report stickies are excellent to track the progress.


Individual symptoms progress graph. In a single glance doctor can see the entire progress of treatment.


Gesture based medicine prescription. Visually rich to avoid any kind of error during prescription also Drag and drop interaction is inspired by real word objects.

Few images below taken during Design & Usability study.

Brain storming sketches and Affinity diagrams


Brain Storming with the Team


Brain Storming with the Team


Stickies and Affinity diagram


Stickies and Affinity diagram

Modular story board for establishing connections between the different entities of Healthcare systems


Modular story board

Doctors Existing paper prescriptions.

1) Hand Written

2) Typed on computer and then print and again using pen


Hand Written prescription by Doctor


Typed prescription, print and then writing

Clinical Symptoms and Diagnosis Notes after Doctor’s workshop. In the Workshop we handed over the printed sheet of relevant body system to the doctor to use it diagnosis and symptom marking.


Usability Studies conducted with doctors in realistic environment while doctor inspecting patient.

1) Dr. Sudheendra Udbalker M.B.B.S., DDVL, (DNB), Consultant Dermatologist, Bangalore, India.

2) Dr. K. Sadish Kumar  M.B.B.S., Medical Officer,  Govt of Puducherry, India.


Usability study with Doctors


Conversation with User


Dr Sadish Using HeMoClo for patient consultation

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