Mark Randall of Worldstudio and Cheryl Heller of SVA Design for Social Innovation ask: Does human-centered design lead to better health outcomes? Does it make patients smarter? Does it make healthcare companies more innovative? Products and services more effective? Let’s find out.
Join Michael Murphy, Rosanne Haggerty, Doug Powell, Maggie Breslin, Heather Fleming, Jake Porway, Tracy Johnson and many more for “Design + Health: The Measured Symposium” at the School of Visual Arts’ Beatrice Theater. Click here for more information and a complete list of speakers.
Organized by SVA Design For Social Innovation. Principal Sponsor: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Founding Supporter: Worldstudio Foundation. Supporters: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Dopper, Pop Tech and Sustain.
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