MicroHealth understands that dedicated healthcare workers rely on technical equipment to carry out life-saving interventions. However, the interaction between workers, the equipment, and their environment can increase the risk of disastrous errors. MicroHealth uses human factors engineering to identify and address these issues that can cause errors in healthcare settings. It is the discipline that takes into account human strengths and limitations in the design of interactive systems that involve people, tools and technology, and work environments to ensure safety, effectiveness, and ease of use. Our experts examine a particular activity in terms of its component tasks, and then assesses the physical demands, skill demands, mental workload, team dynamics, aspects of the work environment and device design required to complete the task optimally. We place special focus on how systems work in actual practice, with real human beings at the controls, and aim to design systems that optimize safety and minimize the risk of error in complex environments. 




We leverage business process optimization, re-engineering, human factors engineering, and industrial engineering with a team of health professionals to help make technology a catalyst to the workflow. We have a team of employees well-versed in Customer Relationship Management, Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management, and IT Strategic Planning just to name a few.

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Health Analytics

Resolving key business issues and assist in identifying the best ways to deliver high quality care to patients.

Systems Engineering

Developing Complex and Mission-Critical Networks for Both Federal And Commercial Customers

Systems Integration

Managing technology change, from requirements planning to architecture, testing to deployment, and beyond

Program Management

Demonstrating leadership to enhance your program and organizational efficiency