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TM. The essential tools on-call providers need to deliver the best care possible. HHIC Final Presentation Indiana HIMSS Conference November, 2012. Dave Wortman, Chairman & CEO dwortman@diagnotes.net 317.430.2882. Last Updated 23OCT2012. Diagnotes Overview.

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TM

The essential tools on-call providers need

to deliver the best care possible

HHIC Final Presentation

Indiana HIMSS Conference

November, 2012

Dave Wortman, Chairman & CEO

dwortman@diagnotes.net

317.430.2882

Last Updated 23OCT2012

diagnotes overview
Diagnotes Overview
  • The essential tools on-call providers need to deliver the best care possible
    • Automatically, securely delivers patient record to smartphone
    • Supports follow-up actions, including encounter documentation
    • Facilitates secure text messaging among providers
    • Alerts providers and staff of pending or completed encounter actions
  • Clear compelling need
    • Over 50 million on-call encounters after regular business hours alone
    • Errors and noncompliance create health and liability risks
    • On-call activities currently not reimbursed, despite incentives
  • Ready to go, ready to grow
    • 3rd party security audit passed – fully HIPAA compliant
    • Multiple pilot studies completed – excellent user satisfaction ratings
    • Experienced team spanning IT, healthcare and early-stage companies
on call medicine in the dark
On-Call Medicine “In the Dark”
  • COST
    • Unnecessary ED visits
    • Higher readmission rates
    • Lost reimbursement
    • Inefficient use of provider’s time
  • RISK
    • Sub-optimal or erroneous diagnosis/treatment
    • Compromised quality and continuity of care
    • Increased malpractice risk
    • Greater HIPAA compliance risk
  • Lack of complete and accurate medical history
  • Lack of efficient tools for follow-up and documentation
  • Lack of secure and convenient communication
putting numbers to the problem
Putting Numbers to the Problem
  • Lack of complete and accurate patient information leads to errors
    • Study shows medical errors occur in 16% of calls
    • 27% of patients urgently readmitted to hospitals following ED discharge
  • Extremely poor rate of documentation
    • Study shows only 5% of calls were completely documented
    • 23% availability of ED discharge summaries at first follow-up
  • Clinical liability costs exceed $500,000/event
    • Missing/inaccurate documentation creates indefensible position
    • Closed case study shows 60% of cases awarded to plaintiff
  • Potential for HIPAA non-compliance fines
  • On-call encounters are costly and challenging
    • - An incomplete and disconnected process -
    • - Relying mostly on memory and hand-written notes -
    • - Resulting in diagnostic and legal risk -
automated compliant workflow
Automated, Compliant Workflow

Connects patients to on-call providers via phone

Connects doctors and nurses to on-call providers via secure text messaging

Immediate documentation of encounter actions and follow-up

Comprehensive encounter logging and performance monitoring

Retrieves patient medical record and delivers automatically to on-call provider’s smartphone

Provides on-call scheduling and provider notification

active pilot program
Active Pilot Program
  • 12 providers, 1500 encounters, 6 care locations
  • 5 EMR environments
  • Excellent product performance
  • Post-pilot survey shows strong physician support
why diagnotes
Why Diagnotes?
  • The essential tools on-call providers need to deliver the best care possible
    • Automatically, securely delivers patient record to smartphone
    • Supports follow-up actions, including encounter documentation
    • Facilitates secure text messaging among providers
    • Alerts providers and staff of pending or completed encounter actions
  • Clear compelling need
    • Over 50 million on-call encounters after regular business hours alone
    • Errors and noncompliance create health and liability risks
    • On-call activities currently not reimbursed, despite incentives
  • Ready to go, ready to grow
    • 3rd party security audit passed – fully HIPAA compliant
    • Multiple pilot studies completed – excellent user satisfaction ratings
    • Experienced team spanning IT, healthcare and early-stage companies
founding management team
Founding Management Team
    • Dave Wortman, Chairman & CEO

Experienced tech executive and entrepreneur. Former CEO, Made2Manage (NASDAQ: MTMS), Mezzia. Co-founder, Pritsker. Venture Partner, Spring Mill VP. Advisor, ARCH Development. Chairman, SonarMed, Akoya. Managing Director, Midwest VP.

  • Bharath Bynagari, CTO

Created original concept behind Diagnotes On Call. 15 years of IT experience with Eli Lilly, Stanley Works and FirstDataBank. Founder of Mavensphere, an IT consultancy.

  • Jason Vasquez, Lead Developer

Partner with Developer Town, Diagnotes development partner. 13 years of IT and software development experience with Interactions, Fusion Alliance, Eli Lilly and Xerox.

  • Marc Kleinman, Director of Business Development

Founding Principal, MJK Life Science Solutions. Strategy, marketing and business development experience with multiple life science and technology companies.

    • Jim Schulz, CFO

Seasoned financial professional. 18 years of experience with Ernst & Young, Eli Lilly, Suros and numerous start-up medtech/life science companies. Partner, Upward Focus.

advisors
Advisors
  • Ramarao Yeleti, M.D., FAAC, FSCAI. President, Community Physician Network.
  • Harry Laws, M.D., FAAP. Chief Medical Information Officer, Community Health Network.
  • Todd Saxton, Ph.D. Indiana Venture Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor at IU Kelley School of Business.
  • Andy Cothrel. President, Blue Marble Medical. EIR, Dayton Development Coalition.