CLEW’s TeleICU solution delivers customizable real-time clinical optimization, actionable predictive clinical analytics, dynamic worklist prioritization and centralized patient risk stratification. The platform utilizes the full range of available patient data to provide continuous predictions based on sophisticated machine learning algorithms and models. The solution enables early identification & intervention, improved case volumes and patient context prioritization. CLEW interfaces with existing EMR systems and medical devices and can be deployed either on-premises or in the cloud.
For the designers at T+R studio, it is essential to offer a variety of multifunctional spaces for the client’s teams in order to get together and quickly post their ideas to keep workflow moving. For example, T+R studio created a new accelerator space for Clew. Clew, changed old offices into a multidisciplinary system for agile project teams to come together to collaborate intensely on projects focused on their customer’s journey. To support a fast-paced workstyle, a team needs to move seamlessly from activities throughout the day, moving from individual to team work, from technology to analog tools.
At Clew new workspace, studio T+R plane open spaces, for team members so they can easily co-locate with their mobile colleagues. This open environment is complemented with break out spaces for smaller discussions, such as technical reviews, user research sessions, or product demos. The space promotes a high degree of focus on the customer journey and an accelerated approach to solving problems and achieving results, enabling Clew to deliver products to market quicker. Successful agile teams enjoy their process and milestones, and stay attached to their customers’ requests. The agile approach to problem solving includes transparency and information display: information such as workflow and progress must be visible to everyone, so teams and visitors can learn from one another, stay focused, and offer assistance when needed.
The corporate workplace has gone through different stages over time, providing workers with a variety of space types and encouraging them to move inside – and outside – the office. We encourage people to use a variety of spaces (individual, collaborative, open, and enclosed) instead of a single desk. If the person is at the center, this is an “eccentric” model, as illustrated below.
Designing for agile teams requires a slightly different approach. Space must support the fluid nature of agile work and the team as a key component, as opposed to the traditional linear and individual approach to work and place. For an agile team, proximity is key. The most important area is the team space — that is the home for the tribe, helping foster a sense of identity and cohesion. All support spaces – conference rooms, amenities, and services – should be brought as close as possible to the team to help them switch to a different activity, display and celebrate their progress, or simply relax.
More industries are embracing and supporting agile teams, recognizing that this way of working has the potential to accelerate innovation and collaboration, with a heightened focus on the customer. While the physical workplace may vary, the future of work is agile, and, it is here to stay.