Friday, June 14, 2024

Are Human-Centered Design and Human Systems Integration the Same Thing?

Mary Quinn of Leidos will discuss how the systems and products that people use most easily and effectively incorporate human factors into their designs. She will explain the three main components of human-centered design, the ideal scenario for human-system integration, and methods used to validate success.

About Mary Quinn

Mary Quinn, Ph.D., is a Leidos Technical Fellow and nationally recognized expert in the social and behavioral sciences with more than 30 years of experience. Her work currently focuses on behavioral applications for intelligence exploitation, human-machine teaming, human systems integration, human-centered design, training, and upskilling. Mary has delivered more than 200 major presentations and keynote addresses at national and international conferences, and written more than 80 publications in peer-reviewed journals, three books, and 27 monographs.

About Leidos

At Leidos, we believe today’s complex health challenges call for revolutionary problem-solving. Our unique position as a technology company with deep health and life sciences expertise equips us to transform patient care, as well as provider and payer operations, in both commercial and government health organizations. From IT and systems integration to life sciences, managed health services, and clinical solutions and services, Leidos charts the course for the future of health.

 

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