Product Designer
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Epic Rover

A nurse uses Epic Rover to scan and match barcode on medications to a patient wristband to ensure accurate prescription and dosage.  

A nurse uses Epic Rover to scan and match barcode on medications to a patient wristband to ensure accurate prescription and dosage.  


ROLE

Software Developer
UI / UX Designer

 

COMPANY

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OVERVIEw

Epic Rover is an iOS application that provides authorized clinical users of Epic's electronic health record with secure access to tools for clinical review, patient list management, medication administration, specimen collection, vitals, and I/O right on their iPhone or iPod Touch.

I was a software developer focusing on front-end development on the Rover iOS team for two years. In addition to doing development, I was also able to drive the overall interaction and visual design of the product and advocate for a better user-centered design process for our application.


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Major Projects

Visual Transition to iOS 7

Led development and design strategy for mobile application’s transition to iOS 7. Investigated visual bugs, triaged issues, and collaborated with user interface designers to update and redesign visual aspects of UI.

Infusion Pump Integration

Led visual design and front-end development for infusion pump integration, which allows users to send their infusion medication administrations directly to the infusion pump from the mobile device without having to manually enter the information on the pump. This allows nurses to spend more time caring for the patient and to prevent human error between entering the documentation and programming the pump. 

Mobile Printer Linking

Conducted requirement gathering, ideation, prototyping, design, and development to allow users to pair their mobile device with a mobile printer. This allows nurses to be able to print specimen collection labels from the patient's bedside providing more efficient positive patient identification and allowing the nurses to spend more time with the patient.