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Prescryption DrugSafe. “Imagine a world where technology enables us to live healthier lives”. CSE403 – LCO Proposal Team DrugSafe: Brian Ma Jenny Yuen Jon Su. Ideal Current Scenario. Jon is sick and goes to see a doctor. The doctor writes him a prescription.

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Prescryption drugsafe
Prescryption DrugSafe

“Imagine a world where technology enables us to live healthier lives”

CSE403 – LCO Proposal

Team DrugSafe:

Brian Ma

Jenny Yuen

Jon Su


Ideal current scenario
Ideal Current Scenario

  • Jon is sick and goes to see a doctor.

  • The doctor writes him a prescription.

  • Jon runs to a local pharmacy

  • Jon waits in a long line only to drop off his prescription.

  • Jon should have his prescribed medicine with the right dosage to take home.


Problems
Problems

  • Only 20% of patients are satisfied with the prescription process. (NIH)

  • Inaccuracy, Speed, and Efficiency:

    • Doctor’s messy handwriting

    • Prescriptions easily forged

    • Wait time in pharmacy lines are long

    • Pharmacists manually type prescription information

  • Accessibility:

    • Pharmacies need to call doctors, who are usually busy

    • Prescriptions can be lost easily

    • Many pharmacies have no electronic copies

  • Information:

    • Consumers know little about the drug/prescription or related alternatives.


Prescryption drugsafe

Prescrypt

Verify

Legacy

DB

Prescrypt

Filler

Prescryber

Prescryption

Cell Prescryption

DrugInfo Retriever

System Architecture

Validation

authorization

Expiration

Encryption

Walk to

pharmacy

Capture

QR Code

Get relevant

Info


Qr codes
QR Codes

  • QR Codes are basically 2-dimensional UPC or barcodes capable of holding quite a bit more data than a standard UPC code. It's an internationally standardized system of encoding information so that it can be read by a visual scanner.

  • These codes are quite common in Japan and are often seen on flyers and magazine ads. Cellular phone users can scan the code with their built-in camera and immediately have all the contact info they need entered into their camera, sorted appropriately.

  • (http://nfg.2y.net/games/jphonegames/v601shqrcode.shtm)

  • Scenarios:

    • Coke Ads online

    • Downloading Ring Tones


Operational concepts
Operational Concepts

  • Objectives

    • Increase accuracy and efficiency of prescription transactions

    • Reduce overhead required for prescription processing

    • Provide patients with information on prescription and alternatives

  • Scope

    • Seamless integration into legacy systems

    • No unified store for patient’s medical history

    • Doesn't seek to solve patient insurance problems

  • Major benefits

    • Paperless

    • Consistent and accurate electronic data

    • Verified and secured doctor’s signature

    • Easily accessible prescription information

    • Traceable prescription history


System requirements
System Requirements

  • Software

    • Cell phone client with wireless connectivity capabilities.

    • Web interface for doctors/pharmacies to submit and retrieve prescriptions.

    • Prescryption Drugsafe Server for authorization of doctors and pharmacies.

  • StakeHolders

    • Doctors and pharmacists pay a small fee for registering with the verification server

    • Consumers will get the service for free

    • Profit from ads when displaying related info


Prescryption drugsafe
Why?

  • Healthcare is one of the largest industries in the world and affects the lives of almost every consumer.

  • Pharmaceuticals and prescription drug industry have many problems.

    • Complex

    • Non-uniformity

    • Hassle of picking up prescriptions


Feasible
Feasible?

  • Definitely!

  • Hardware

    • Widespread cellphone use

      • 62% of American adults owned a cell phone

      • Cameras are becoming standard functionality

      • QR codes are already mainstream in Japan

    • Availability of wireless internet connections

  • Software

    • Centralized verification systems like PrescryptVerify

      • Success of services such as VeriSign

    • Cellphone development

      • Cellphones over the past few years have come equipped standard with the ability to run complex computer software


Looking forward
Looking Forward

  • Unified record keeping system between all pharmacies.

  • Carrying of all personal medical information

  • Groceries, finances, or shopping…

    • Reducing the need for things such as receipts or shopping lists, while not intruding into the user’s privacy to the point of unease.

  • Scenarios:

    • Shopping for electronics, clothes, foods

    • Universally accessible information at its best!


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