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By Lucas Spohn

Idana relaunches its homepage and invites you to a video conference!

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Dear Companists,

next week we would like to invite you to a live video conference. Dr. Lucas Spohn and Lilian Rettegi report on the latest developments and answer your questions personally. To do so, you simply need to follow the link below and register with your name and email address. The live stream is compatible with all browsers; there is no need to download a software or app.

During the video conference, you can enter your questions and suggestions in the chat window for everyone to see and we will respond to you directly (you can see and hear us live). The video conference is planned to run approx. 1 hour, depending on participation. We look forward to your questions.

Link: https://app.livestorm.co/companisto/idana-videokonferenz
Date: Thursday, 19.04.2018, 6 pm
Host: Dr. Lucas Spohn & Lilian Rettegi, founders of Idana

 

Our digital figurehead: idana.one in new splendor

First impressions are made within a matter of seconds and it is difficult for this impression to change later on. What applies to contact with other people is also valid in the digital world: First impressions matter.

As you, dear Companists, read repeatedly over the past few weeks, the Idana team has been working intensively on making the best possible impression on our potential customers: We redesigned the patient app and fundamentally revised the design of our anamnesis report in order to offer our users a positive experience starting with the interface.

Last week we took a thorough look at our homepage, polished it up and reworked the configuration menu of the desktop client as well. The results are, we think, impressive!

The new version of idana.one is considerably more streamlined: The homepage presents all information clearly and concisely and provides better guidance for the user.

In retrospect, one cannot immediately see how much work is involved in a good homepage - nevertheless, preparation is the key here. For this reason, we held an intensive value proposition workshop with all members of our Idana team in March. Not only did we thoroughly examine our anamnesis software, we also conducted a detailed target group analysis to ensure that our website addresses our customers and interested parties in a targeted manner. This foundation is the basis for both our improved marketing strategy and our homepage - we are curious how you, dear Companists, will like idana.one.

 

Elegant and intuitive – the new selection screen on the desktop app

The use of Idana should prepare anamnesis in an ideal manner. The configuration of the anamnesis questionnaires, which the practice staff or the doctor carry out, plays an important role – a central task in the anamnesis process, which we have simplified in the new UI design. The interface not only supports the easy selection and arrangement of the questionnaires but also provides precise short descriptions of the content of each questionnaire.

 

New mask for the desktop app

 

Visit us on idana.one and immerse yourself in the world of digital medicine - we look forward to seeing you!

Best greetings from Freiburg,
Lucas Spohn



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