Red Dot is one of the most recognizable and prominent awards for outstanding design worldwide. This year's winners, which were selected from 8,697 international entries, include Better's Pathfinder, which was recognised in the Interface & User Experience Design in Health Solutions category.
First deployed at the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation Centre at the University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Pathfinder is used by top clinical experts to manage and remotely monitor patients who have undergone a heart transplant.
Pathfinder is a simple but powerful application that gives clinical teams the ability to coordinate the care of chronic patients through every stage of treatment. It achieves that by automatically generating tasks based on the care plan for a specific patient and alerting clinicians of deviations in vital signs recorded remotely by patients at home.
Better won a Red Dot design award for Pathfinder