Based on encouragement from the EU and international health organizations, Poland has led out in development of a family of health maps that can be used in service level planning generally, as well as in resource planning, and establishing an ongoing feedback process.
It is difficult to make things easy. Nonetheless, 'easy' is an imperative. This is done by taking things step-by-step, never taking anything for granted. Where data can be obtained, is should be, and it should be embedded in the back end of the system, not serving as a distration to the use, who should only face what they need to see -- with adequate explanation, which depends in large part on the nature of the users in question. One question, or the declaration of one preference, could launch a thousand issues that do not require user imput. This should happen behind the scences, as quickly if possible. The user should be apprised of this. Perhaps the session could be continued later is timing is an issue. The flow of language should match up with this. This can occur with a minimum of distractions where trees are used to support the task.
In an environment of fluidity, where experts and authorities can develop functionality among themselves -- sharing and integrating their content with one another -- users can enjoy higher and higher functionality even while the system becomes more simple for them to use. A more fine-tuned system should eliminate areas that are vague or difficult to interpret. With adequate tools and technologies, experts and authorities can rise to the level of the great composers that work with the knowledge and confidence that at some point, they can reach the level of completeness and satisfaction enjoyed by the great artists and creators of many fields.