User Preference and Comparative Workflow Evaluation of a Next Generation Vital Signs Monitor Designed for a Low Acuity Setting
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Multiparametric automated vital sign monitors are slowly becoming the standard in outpatient practice settings where users value solutions that provide efficiency and simplify their clinical workflows. In order to evaluate whether our new to market device would meet expectations and requirements of device design we designed a study to look at the use of our new device in these settings and thereby quantify usability, preference and acceptance by clinicians.
KeywordsComparative workflow evaluation Vital sign monitors Ease of use User satisfaction Technology Acceptance Model User preference Multiparameter patient monitors
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