HxRefactored Recap: Less Snow, More Awards

By John Riney,

design for health award

After a couple days of downtime following the Health 2.0 Boston Codeathon, PokitDok set up our little booth at the Health Experience Refactored conference.

Director of front-end and mobile Chris Wilhite took the stage to receive Health 2.0's first ever "Best Consumer-Facing Design award." I've always thought our new site is utterly gorgeous AND eminently usable, and it's great to see that others do too. Here's some shakycam footage of the award ceremony from yours truly.

Our CEO and co-founder, Lisa Maki, was on two panels back-to-back. First up was a discussion entitled, "Seamless Sharing: Physician Databases and Referral Management." She moderated a discussion between Nate Gross of Doximity, Ashish Patel from CareSet, Russell Tevis of The Advisory Board Company, and Julie Yoo from Kyruus. Right afterward, she participated in a panel discussion on Consumer Experience Innovation, along with Alexandra Drane of Eliza Corporation, Elliot Cohen from PillPack, Joan Kennedy of CIGNA, Jeff Makowka from AARP, and Christi Zuber of Kaiser Permanente. Both sessions generated some tweetable moments. My favorite? "Without end-to-end seamless integration, the most beautiful UX is just like lipstick on a pig." That about sums it up!

PokitDok CEO and co-founder Lisa Maki on stage at Health 2.0's HxRefactored Conference, April 2015

PokitDok CEO and co-founder Lisa Maki on stage at Health 2.0's HxRefactored Conference, April 2015

Come see us at HiMSS next week, and at the American Telemedicine Association's ATA 2015 conference in May.

The opinions expressed in this blog are of the authors and not of PokitDok's. The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice.

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