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Hand In Scan / Medical service design

Hand In Scan

Discipline: Service Design

Discipline: Service Design

Poor manual hygiene among hospital employees is responsible for an estimated 1.2 million infections per day worldwide. The innovative Hand-in-Scan scanner measures and improves hand disinfection practices among hospital staff. Yet, the technology for reducing hospital infections is just half of the story. Supercharge also applied the power of service design to solve the challenge of motivating hospital staff to use the scanner as a training device to build proper hand hygiene habits. The scanner is fitted with a comprehensive training framework, helping hospitals fight avoidable infections and save lives.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2019

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • TARGET REGIONS Asia, Europe, North America

  • TARGET GROUPS Specific sub-group: Hospital staff

The innovative HandinScan product service provides an analysis tool for monitoring hand hygiene in health service environments. This service design approach helps users check the efficacy of their handwashing techniques in a playful manner. A clever tool for improving hand hygiene of hospital or lab staff!
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Client / Manufacturer

HandInScan Zrt.

HandInScan Zrt.
Budapest, Hungary

Design

Supercharge

Supercharge Kft.
Budapest, Hungary

Service Design: Sára T. Kocsis, Bence Lukács, Ákos Hoffer Art Direction: Ádám Sándor Visual Design: Erika Somogyi

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Design

Flying Objects

Flying Objects Design Studio Kft.
Budapest, Hungary

Product Design: Ferenc Laufer, Andras Hunfalvi

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