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  1. Adam Oberhaus Srdjan Pudar Kevin Schmidt Saalini Sekar 142 162 157 148 Adam Oberhaus, Cpr E Srdjan Pudar, Cpr E Kevin Schmidt, Cpr E Saalini Sekar, Cpr E / E E Introduction Project Requirements Design Objectives Measurable Milestones Acknowledgements Abstract • Project plan documentation • RFID PoC design, testing, demonstration, and documentation • IVR specification documentation • Prof. Clive Woods • Dr. John Lamont • Prof. Ralph Patterson III • Ms. Mary Ness of McFarland Clinic, Ames, IA • Must be affordable for pharmacies to purchase • Simple to use • Easy to use by ill and elderly patients • Accessible from multiple locations Studies show that patients often miss important information during doctor visits or forget this information after leaving the doctor’s office. This project suggests ways in which patients could retrieve important information without the need of contacting the doctor, or using more of the doctor’s time. The project focuses on prescription information for McFarland Clinic in Ames and ways to get this information to the patients. The solutions that were devised include an automated phone system and a touch screen kiosk that would be located in pharmacies/drug stores. Functional Requirements Design Constraints Operating Environment • Kiosk • Pharmacy/drug stores • Controlled temperature 50-80°F • High traffic area • Phone System • Controlled central location • Controlled temperature • Limited physical access • Present relevant information to customers • Users must authenticate themselves • Capable of connecting to EMR databases • Results should be printable • Provide security against unauthorized access • Cost must be minimal for patients • Prescription bottles must remain compact • Support different EMR databases Solution Approach Approach Technology Considerations Assumptions Problem Statement • Software languages • Java • C# • Scanning technologies • Barcode • RFID • Automated phone systems • Interactive voice response (IVR) • Research current medical practices • Research solutions in place at one clinic • Create systems for remote information • access for a wide range of patients Studies have shown that, on average, patients understand and retain less than 40% of the information and instructions provided to them by the doctor during an office visit. • EMR database available • RFID reader/tags available • Some form of authentication required • Kiosk/Phone system able to communicate • with EMR Testing Considerations • GUI appearance and usability • Navigation of system • RFID reader connection to remote database Estimated Resources and Schedule Estimated Resources Personnel Efforts Figure 1. Phone system block diagram Figure 2. RFID system block diagram General Solution Limitations By focusing on one clinic and specifically prescription information, the team hopes to improve patients’ understanding of their medical treatment and avoid dangerous misunderstandings. Project Schedule • Actual patient medical records unavailable • Access must be quick and easy for • patients and doctors • Cost must be minimal to patient • Prescription bottles must remain compact Intended Users and Uses End Product • Users • Prescription medication users • Uses • Review prescription information from outside • doctor’s office • Documentation • Proof-of-concept (PoC) of RFID kiosk • Specifications and requirements for • automated phone system Figure 5. Estimated schedule Closing Summary This project will help alleviate miscommunications between doctors and patients. Specifically, it will give patients an alternate means of obtaining information they may have missed or forgotten during their visit to the doctor’s office. This will be possible without returning to the doctor’s office or taking away from the doctor’s time. Two solutions were designed such that the largest possible base of patients will be able to access and benefit from the system. Figure 3. Example RFID transponders Figure 4. RFID Evaluation Kit May 06 - 22 Team Information Faculty Advisor Team Members Client Prof. Clive Woods Senior Design Project website: http://seniord.ece.iastate.edu/may0622/ Figures 3 and 4 courtesy of ti.com