Advances in Mobile Computing Emerging Technology in eHealth Development Third Annual eHealth Developers' Summit November 6 – 8, 2002, Tempe, Arizona. Jeff Sutherland, Ph.D. Chief Technology Officer http://www.patientkeeper.com/ [email protected]
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2 out of 3 trucking companies have disappeared in recent years
Survivors tract costs down to every activity that matters on the loading dock and the truck
Roadway Express sorts shipments from many customers and terminals, then loads rearranged goods into outbound trailers
A barcode swipes the waybill, the location, and the ID badge of the loader. Years ago this would have been scrawled on paper.
What will happen to hospitals who can’t do this in the next decade? The patients?
Cone, Edward and Carr, David. Unloading on the Competition. Baseline, Oct 2002
Benefit toCost Ratio
More than one million medication related errors occur in US hospitals each year.
Source: Gartner Group, Healthcare Business and IT Summit, April, 2002
HOW DO WE DO THAT?
I WANT & NEED:
Access to only the data
Malcolm, B.; Carlson, R.A.; Tucker, C.L.; Willette, C. Veterans Affairs: Eliminating Medication Errors Through Point of Care Devices. Proceedings of HIMSS 2000, Session 73, Dallas.
Question: How much better is your workday when you can find your patients on rounds and you have their information at your fingertips?
Question: How important is it for you to see abnormal and critical lab values as soon as the results are available?
Question: How much additional comfort would you have knowing you had the most current critical patient information?
Question:How much time would you save if only the data you wanted to see, on only your patients, was sent to you – REAL TIME?
Improves Quality of Life: Extra Time for Doctor
Reduces Medical Errors
Provides a robust platform for independently authored third party applications which interoperate with clinical systems.
One Mobile Device
One User Interface
Adapter Components/Open API
Mobilizer Platform Components
Encryption & Transport
Encryption & Transport
UCR NetResult Server
XML / JAVA
MediTech Magic System
Incoming HL7 Messages
Mobile PatientIndex (mPI)
Draft Market RU
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Advances in Mobile Computing Veterans Affairs: Eliminating Medication Errors Through Point of Care Devices. Proceedings of HIMSS 2000, Session 73, Dallas.Emerging Technology in eHealth DevelopmentThird Annual eHealth Developers' Summit November 6 – 8, 2002, Tempe, Arizona