Our Healthcare Design course will give you the tools and hands-on experience embracing design approaches to articulate and solve problems in healthcare previously considered too complex or ’off limits’ to solve.
You’ll conceptualise the current health care system including its regulatory constraints and diagnose areas ripe for re-design. Gain exposure to real healthcare design problems via RMIT’s Health transformation Lab and design service and care maps, build an evidence base for your product or service solution, and pitch to simulated stakeholders for investment.
After completing an RMIT Future Skills course, you will earn an RMIT credential which can be validated, recognised and shared on social media platforms.
- Conceptualise Australia’s health and social (aged and disability) care system including funding sources, governmental jurisdictions, policy settings and regulations, diagnose problems that are critically accessed in healthcare.
- Evaluate contemporary design frameworks and justify their application to designing efficacious services in health care.
- Design digitally enabled health product or service artefacts such as maps or prototypes, incorporating evidence bases and actors such as customers, payors and investors. business stakeholders to approve, including an approach to change management and adoption
Complete this course with a tangible project demonstrating your ability to use design thinking to address a healthcare problem and expand your portfolio