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Tracee Vetting Wolf

Service Designer, Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation

Tracee serves as a Service Designer at the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, working on projects such as the Well Living Lab, Cancer Survivorship, Established Patient Project and Speculative Design.

Prior to joining the Mayo Clinic, Tracee worked at IBM T.J. Watson Research exploring novel solutions for social computing, group decision making, adaptive learning, and collaborative applications. She holds six patents.

Tracee has a breadth of design innovation roles over her 25 years in design. She uses the design process to investigate meaning and possibility, as well as to deliver products. She has experience in architecture, print media design, software development and, most recently, healthcare service design.

2017 Sessions

Thursday, September 28

Session 5: Breakout Sessions, What's Wrong?

3:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Mayo Civic Center, 1st Floor, Room Location: 102
By carefully identifying problems, considering all of those affected, and executing quick tests of change, health care teams can stop solution jumping and get to the real root of a problem (challenge).