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    • This proposal submission is a response to Matchmaking Innovation request to help “do research differently”. The proposal highlights our understanding of the opportunity and how clinicalMessage , an award winning IT capability, can help providers, researchers, and patients to engage in collaborative research that positively affects the health of the population within United States and globally. Patient-Research Challenge and clinicalMessage Solution Proposal Submisson clinicalMessage Team, 2013To: Matchmaking Selection CommitteePlease accept this proposal as a formal submission by clinicalMessage Inc. Team. The undersigned has the authority tosubmit this proposal. Should you have any further questions, please feel free to reach us at any time.clinicalMessage authorized personal:______________________________________________Jason Uppal, MA, P.Eng. Chief Architect ClinicalMessageEmail: Jason.Uppal@clinicalMessage.OrgTel: 610 732 8500
    • Table of ContentsI. clinicalMessage Submission ................................................................................................................... 2 Requirements ...................................................................................................................................... 2 Matchmaking 2013 Challenge ............................................................................................................ 2 Our Understanding of the Challenge ................................................................................................... 2 Matchmaker Concept Proposal ............................................................................................................... 3 Matchmaker Required Capabilities ...................................................................................................... 3 clinicalMessage Architecture and Capabilities ....................................................................................... 3 Scope of Matchmaking Project ............................................................................................................... 4 clinicalMessage Gaps ........................................................................................................................ 4 Plan to Close the Gaps ...................................................................................................................... 4 About clinicalMessage Inc. .................................................................................................................... 5 clinicalMessage Corporation ............................................................................................................... 5 Business Model ................................................................................................................................ 5 clinicalMessage: Patient Centered Capabilities ......................................................................................... 6 clinicalMessage: Provider Centered Capabilities .................................................................................... 6II. clinicalMessage Response Summary ...................................................................................................... 7III. Plan Forward ..................................................................................................................................... 9 P a g e |1 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    • I. clinicalMessage Submission clinicalMessage IT program was initiated as a cooperative effort by a medical research facility and an engineering firm with deep expertise in business transformation across multiple industries. Initially, the scope of the program was to develop information management capabilities to reduce variability in care processes and reduce the impact of gaps in care. In 2012, clinicalMessage received a bronze medal by the Edison Awards Foundation for innovative healthcare transformation solution. Currently, clinicalMessage capability has been extended to enable critical real-time information flow to the providers and patients in order to improve the overall health of the population measured through IHI Triple Aim performance measures. We believe the vision of patient-research matchmaking and clinicalMessage is in complete alignment and through cooperation, both organizations can help realize their vision and help improve the health of the population not only within United States, but also globally.Requirements Matchmaking 2013 Challenge “This challenge, which we’re launching in collaboration with Health 2.0, offers an opportunity for innovators to help PCORI pursue our commitment to “research done differently” by bringing the voice of patients, caregivers and other stakeholders clearly and fully to the research process. We believe this means having patients and caregivers serve as collaborators with researchers in such critical activities as formulating research questions, developing research materials, determining research protocols, and helping to review and disseminate study results.” Our Understanding of the Challenge • Enable researchers, providers and population to jointly develop research hypothesis in the context of population health improvement • Develop a closed loop system that allows for collaboration of data/research amongst PCORI stakeholders • PCORI will fund these research projects and measure their impact on overall population health • Facilitate the dissemination of research findings and study data to providers and population health in a timely fashion • Accomplish this through cost effective and secure information management and sharing portal with particular focus on hard to Figure 1: Collaborative Integrated IT Platform reach population • Advance PCORI’s vision to impact and improve population health management across care continuum P a g e |2 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    • Matchmaker Concept Proposal Matchmaker Required Capabilities We believe the scope outlined in Matchmaker Vision, cannot be addressed by a single point solution, rather it will need to be an integrated capability that will : • Engage Providers, Population and Patients • Manage necessary health (PHI and non-PHI) information in most non intrusive way as part of natural care delivery workflow • Maintain explicitly consented relationship between providers, population and patients • Enable broad researchers to access non phi outcomes registries to develop hypothesise • Facilitate local intervention and monitor progress through most rigorous research methods • Disseminate results locally and globally • Through overall health of the population metrics - Measure the impact of PCORI investment/cost on local and global population level • Capture research specific ideas, topics of study, and areas of interest by patients, providers & researchers clinicalMessage Architecture and Capabilities • Engage Population – self- help, engagement in care management process and identify research questions • Engage Providers – PCMH enabling capability • Population Health Measures at practice level • Outcomes database – accessible by consenting patients and providers • Orthopedic outcomes registry • Learning-research platform for idea generation on both provider & patient portal Figure 2: clinicalMessage and eHealth Capability(Note: These capabilities listed above already exist in clinicalMessage, or they are within our business scope in 2013) P a g e |3 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    • Scope of Matchmaking Project clinicalMessage Gaps The following gaps are within our clinicalMessage business plan. However, we believe these care gaps can be closed more effectively through partnership with the patient-researcher matchmaking team. • Design to extract data from clinicalMessage to build non-PHI outcomes registry data-warehouse • Orthopedic Outcomes registry project is currently being developed • Adoption of all registries as a source of data to establish initial research hypothesise and partner with care providers “ to do research differently ” Figure 3: Required Resources Plan to Close the Gaps clinicalMessage team has developed following resource and project plan. Figure 4: Partial Project Plan P a g e |4 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    • About clinicalMessage Inc. clinicalMessage Corporation clinicalMessage is a social corporation and registered in state of Delaware with following ownership structure : • 40% allocated to future Research & Development in Population Health, managed as a trust • 20% allocated to Founders • 40% to Equity Market We believe this structures will enable us to build a self- sustaining healthcare improvement business model. Business Model Revenue Opportunities • Outcomes registry (non-PHI) will be made available to all researchers and physicians at nominal cost • Providers will get real-time access to decision support and streamlined way to manage care management workflow at roughly $1 dollar per patient per year • No cost is incurred to population for being part of clinicalMessage Figure 5: clinicalMessage Business Model P a g e |5 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    • clinicalMessage: Patient Centered Capabilities • eHealthBook: manage my own health information and interact real-time with (read only) my information, and designated family members • Biometrics: record my specific body information as often as required. Actively engage me via reminders and alerts to check and record my biometrics (BP, weight, sugar levels, heart rate, etc) • Health Challenge: self or with the help from family, friends and physician, establish my health goals and record daily progress towards them. Share my health goal related information with my family and care team members. • Engaged Care: be part of the hospital care team if I get sick. Allow doctors and care team to have immediate access to my medical history, medication, allergies and current health plan. Communicate with my care team members important information via secure messaging. • My Community: connect globally with people who have the same diseases as me; connect locally to what is happening in my own community. Get involved with community support groups or club to build health network. • Health Games: use awards, games and recognition to stay healthy. Save and build “my health” credit bank so I can redeem my bonus points for special items at corporate "health partner" stores. • Health Index: be counted in global population health performance as a US citizen, so I can compare my health status with other countries. • Health Study Idea: initiate and submit health study ideas or topics for doctors and research centers to help me and my family stay healthy. clinicalMessage: Provider Centered Capabilities @ Hospital: Hospitalist • Process Variability to Reduce Errors and Gaps in Care Delivery: Implementing Care Team Coordination, Best Practice and Standards, Real-time Team Based Communication, Hand- off/Sign-Out, Patient Goals and Care Plan, Patient and Family Engagement, Discharge, Consult, Real-Time handoff to Family Physicians • Tools to Improve Clinical Care Process: Real-Time clinical audits using lean six sigma methodology. Support a learning organization culture, with professional development, peer review, and process improvement. P a g e |6 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    • • Measurement Capability of Organization and Staff Outcome Performance Data: Real-Time scorecard – measure the impact of provider actions on care delivery for the patient, specifically shows capability performance as well as Patient Outcomes, For example – LOS, Readmission, Unaddressed alerts, Compliance, Team Based Care etc. @Home: Community Health Worker • Portfolio: Group or Assign patients by profile – culture/language, geographic, chronic sickness, type of care required • Clinical Information: Case Worker can access critical patient health information real-time • Decision Support : Immediate access to best practice to support care delivery anytime, anywhere • Team Collaboration: Real-time, secure communication to collaborate with care team members, patients and family @ Primary Care Office: PCMH • Care Coordination: Coordinate care across the entire continuum, implement patient centered medical home, improve process to manage EHR • Decision Support : Decision support based on Evidence Based Practice • Simplified EHR: Manage clinical information as part of natural care process and generate all necessary regulatory reports automaticallyII. clinicalMessage Response Summary This section summarizes clinicalMessage response, in terms of prescribed evaluation criteria previously set forth: [Matchmaking Evaluation Criteria 1] The entry’s actual or described technical capacity to efficiently and effectively connect patients and researchers, across multiple platforms and levels of complexity. [clinicalMessage Response 1] Currently all HIT capabilities place Electronic Health Record in the center. As a result, the entire healthcare ecosystem suffers from lack of inter-operability among disparate systems that are complex and work under different incentive schemes. clinicalMessage on the other hand starts with Population needs in the center, streamlines care delivery processes regardless of care delivery channel and only then starts to automate the flow of essential health related information. As result, clinicalMessage IT platform can capture essential information as natural part of care delivery process and through secure channel, deliver real time information to the point of action be that the provider, researchers, and/or the population. [Matchmaking Evaluation Criteria 2] Usability, scalability and sustainability across diverse populations with differing levels of access to, understanding of, and experience with technology and health/health care information. P a g e |7 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    • [clinicalMessage Response 2] clinicalMessage employs "user centric design" to ensure the system workflow matches the “natural workflow” and system thinking approach ensure the problem is solved form all stakeholders point of view. Social media design principle – one button one action enables us to build an IT system that enables the end user to complete their task with no system training. For Example: • Patient, provider can submit an improvement opportunity and other members can join in to help improve the idea. The idea is then evaluated by the lean six sigma team and the system provides prescribed ways to bring idea to fruition. [Matchmaking Evaluation Criteria 3] Degree of development of the model or prototype [clinicalMessage Response 3] Basic system to engage provider and patient already exist in clinicalMessage capability. We are currently an outcome spine registry that will allow providers and patients to leverage latest information and incorporate it in their care plan including best practice. Matchmaking Innovation program will enable clinicalMessage to extend the outcome registry to other domains and make data accessible to broader researchers in the community. [Matchmaking Evaluation Criteria 4] Differences in the ways that patients, caregivers and researchers understand, describe and seek answers to the problems they face or the issues they’re trying to address (ex, different terms for similar concepts, general levels of health literacy, etc.). [clinicalMessage Response 4] clinicalMessage architecture incorporates the system thinking approach. Instead of starting with EHR in the middle, this approach analyzes the needs of each stakeholder, their skills and what is important to them. We wrote a blog (http://qrs3e.com/architecture-of-healthcare-systems/) that describes the challenges and how to overcome them. [Matchmaking Evaluation Criteria 5] Maximizing “patient-centeredness” – the submission’s ability to account for and effectively focus on and address patients’ needs – while also emphasizing and facilitating researchers’ need to emphasize the scientific rigor of any resulting collaboration. [clinicalMessage Response 5] Patient Centeredness is central to clinicalMessage architecture. We ensure patient-centeredness by using the following outcome and capability performance measures: 1. Population Health Outcome Measures: a. Total cost of care  Cost of care in episodic care centers  Cost of medications  Cost of care through primary care setting b. Quality of CareP a g e |8 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013
    •  Health Index (measure the inability to do what is important ) 2. Capability Performance Measures: a. Dashboards - clinicalMessage provides real-time performance dashboards to each stakeholder that allows them to assess the impact of their action on the patient care. b . Population:  Engagement index  Real-time survey – how am I feeling now  Automatically collected Biometric feeds c. Providers  Team based care [Matchmaking Evaluation Criteria 6] The particular challenges of serving "hard-to-reach" audiences, including, but not limited to, ethnic and racial minorities, rural populations, the elderly, the disabled/physically challenged (ex, Section 508 compliance) and those for whom English is a second language. [clinicalMessage Response 6] clinicalMessage architecture supports multiple languages. The system layout is based on the providers preferred language. The open architecture can be extended to support user provided data into the preferred language of the receiver. There are several challenges that need to be overcome including real-time translation of user provided data.III. Plan Forward We, at clinicalMessage, have a shared vision with The 2013 Matchmaking Challenge. Furthermore, we believe that by partnering together, we can support the community at large to advance “research done differently.” The goal of clinicalMessage is to improve population health and engage all stakeholders in the care delivery process. clinicalMessage is the ideal platform to bring the voice of patients, providers, and caregivers together in the research process. Collectively we can advance population health and drive improvements. Research done differently means having patients and caregivers serve as collaborators on study teams using clinicalMessage platform. Together we can share data, formulate research questions, develop research protocols, and help to disseminate important study findings. P a g e |9 © clinicalMessage Inc. 2013