I am a primary care pediatrician with thirty years in practice, and now I have realized, if the paramedicals are trained well, they can do many work of the physician. One is collecting data from parents.
Apart from routine questions like " does you child has cold and cough" we encourage parents to ask other questions. One is the head to foot approach: the organs visible are listed from head to foot with mouth as the last as that has many sub headings; there are only four choices: Pain, skin changes like redness or itching, swelling or injury.
The paramedical sitting in the front desk needs to click the option. There are 14 major body areas, with 4 options each and making it 56 choices. We had place the head to foot areas as column and the 4 options as row headings.
Now, after development we think it's a strain for the paramedical.
Till what number we can keep in the row heading? If transposed, there will be 14 columns, but user can quickly go that area once a picture is kept below each item, eye, head etc there will be only 4 rows. In short, what principle should be in row , and which should in a column?