Philips Healthcare Innovation Campus (HIC), located in Pune, India, plays a pivotal role in enabling healthcare innovation for Philips across the globe. It has the unique advantage of housing all functions of the Health tech imaging business including innovation, engineering, manufacturing, marketing, customer services, procurement, quality, and regulation providing vital solutions worldwide. HIC today is the global headquarters for the Mobile C-arm business of the Image Guided Therapy Systems business group.
The context of this project is to learn and understand the workflow of the Mobile system product (Philips Mobile C-Arm - Zenition Series), and design alternative interactions for new initiatives. The mobile system portfolio road map houses a new concept of interacting with the C-arm system where a technician is not required (optional).
The objective is to understand the current multi-use workflow for single-use workflow,
Interact with cross functions, provide clutterless Operation room environment for stakeholders, ease of access for Image display and UI controls for stakeholders and reach for OBLs.
The student's journey with C-Arm has been slow and steady, which involves lots of training and demos of different functionalities. It is not easy for the student to understand a product completely that they have never seen before. But it is constant iterations in screens, thoughts, and even the vision that got them through.
Designing this product gave the student a sense of purpose. How simplifying the chaos could be so beautiful and makes it easier for its user to provide treatment to so many patients out there with the help of the solution they designed.
C-Arm, fluoroscopy, Healthcare, Mobile Surgery, X-Ray