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  • 1. mission statement Our mission is to humanize the patient experience forthose suffering from chronic illness by connecting them to a community of fellow patients, their doctor, and medical research. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 2. nearly half of the U.S. population is living with a chronic illness1 1. Wu SY, Green A. Projection of chronic illness prevalence and cost inflation. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Health; 2000.Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 3. 75% of the $2 trillion spentannually in the US medical care are due to chronic conditions 2 OTHER total spending: $2 trillion CHRONIC CONDITIONS 2. Sondik EJ, Huang DT, Klein RJ and Satcher D “Progress Toward The Healthy People 2010 Goals And Objectives” “Ann Rev Public Health” 2010, Vol 31:271-281 Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 4. what is a chronic illness? Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 5. what is a chronic illness?a noncommunicable illness that is prolonged induration, does not resolve spontaneously, and is rarelycured completely. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 6. what is a chronic illness?a noncommunicable illness that is prolonged induration, does not resolve spontaneously, and is rarelycured completely.examples: cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 7. people with chronic illnesses are morevulnerable to depression, stress, and anxiety3 3. Simon GE. Treating depression in patients with chronic disease: recognition and treatment are crucial; depression worsens the course of a chronic illness. West J Med. 2001;175:292–293. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 8. depression statisticsBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 9. depression, anxiety and stress are known factors to diminish a patient’s health3 3. Simon GE. Treating depression in patients with chronic disease: recognition and treatment are crucial; depression worsens the course of a chronic illness. West J Med. 2001;175:292–293. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 10. depression is associatedwith a 50–100% increase in health services use and costs 3 3. Simon GE. Treating depression in patients with chronic disease: recognition and treatment are crucial; depression worsens the course of a chronic illness. West J Med. 2001;175:292–293. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 11. chronic illness has also been found to beassociated with a higher risk of suicide4 4. http://vitals.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/04/04/11022340-suicide-risk-spikes-in-week-after- cancer-diagnosis-study-finds?lite Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 12. for example:a cancer patient is 13x more likely to commit suicidewithin the first week after diagnosis4 4. http://vitals.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/04/04/11022340-suicide-risk-spikes-in-week-after- cancer-diagnosis-study-finds?lite Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 13. problems with thepatient experience:Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 14. problems with the patient experience:poor doctor-patientrelationship &communication Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 15. problems with the patient experience:patients diagnosed with a chronic illness feel: Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 16. problems with the patient experience:patients diagnosed with a chronic illness feel:depressed Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 17. problems with the patient experience:patients diagnosed with a chronic illness feel:depressed isolated Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 18. problems with the patient experience:patients diagnosed with a chronic illness feel:depressed isolated powerless Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 19. problems with the patient experience:patients diagnosed with a chronic illness feel:depressed isolated powerlessuninformed Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 20. problems with the patient experience:patients diagnosed with a chronic illness feel:depressed isolated powerlessuninformedconfused Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 21. who is affected?Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 22. who is affected?patient, family & friends Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 23. who is affected?patient, family & friendsdoctors Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 24. who is affected?patient, family & friendsdoctorshospitals Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 25. who is affected?patient, family & friendsdoctorshospitalsinsurance companies Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 26. what is our solution? Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 27. triage [tree-ahzh] noun.Sorting and allocating aid on the basis of need Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 28. PATIENTS DOCTORS RESEARCHBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 29. FELLOW PATIENTS PATIENT DOCTORS RESEARCHBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 30. PATIENTBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 31. connecting patientsshare updates, accomplishments and information Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 32. connecting patientsshare updates, accomplishments and informationform local support groups and create relationships Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 33. connecting patientsshare updates, accomplishments and informationform local support groups and create relationshipsmotivate and inspire each other to live life to thefullest despite their condition Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 34. support group hierarchy SEATTLE cancer heart disease diabetes 6 10 5 7 17 7 15 6 5 Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 35. connecting to doctorseasily send messages to doctor or nurse facilitate simplecommunication between visits Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 36. connecting to doctorseasily send messages to doctor or nurse facilitate simplecommunication between visitsdoctors can share information and photos of themselvesto help create a stronger relationship Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 37. connecting to doctorseasily send messages to doctor or nurse facilitate simplecommunication between visitsdoctors can share information and photos of themselvesto help create a stronger relationshipa scheduling tool to plan and organize doctor visits Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 38. connecting to researchpatients can find relevant research studies they canparticipate in Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 39. connecting to researchpatients can find relevant research studies they canparticipate inpatients can learn about the progress being made inmedical research Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 40. connecting to researchpatients can find relevant research studies they canparticipate inpatients can learn about the progress being made inmedical researchability to notify doctor if they are interested in a study Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 41. connecting to researchpatients can find relevant research studies they canparticipate inpatients can learn about the progress being made inmedical researchability to notify doctor if they are interested in a studyprovides researchers with larger network for potentialstudy candidates Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 42. triage project sitemapBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 43. mail inbox HOME schedule DOCTORS RESEARCH PATIENTSBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 44. mail inbox HOME schedule DOCTORS RESEARCH PATIENTS Send message Appointments Doctor practice profile (to doctor or nurse)+appointment Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 45. mail inbox HOME schedule DOCTORS RESEARCH PATIENTS change location searchUpcoming Studies Pending Studies Saved Studies Past Studiesfilter/sort Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 46. mail inbox HOME schedule DOCTORS RESEARCH PATIENTS change location searchUpcoming Studies Pending Studies Saved Studies Past Studiesfilter/sort apply Study Profile save recommend link to study site Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 47. mail inbox HOME schedule RESEARCH PATIENTS new group new eventGroups/My groups Events/My events My Journey Top Posts post new entry comment Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 48. mail inbox HOME schedule RESEARCH PATIENTS new group new event Groups/My groups Events/My events My Journey Top Posts post new entry comment Group profile Event profileview journeys add to schedule commentpost on wall Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 49. screen shot examples Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 50. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 51. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 52. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 53. style and personalityBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 54. style and personalityeasy to use, organized, inspiring, friendly and reliable Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 55. style and personalityeasy to use, organized, inspiring, friendly and reliableavoidance of the hospital sterile look in the website Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 56. the teamBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 57. the teamBryan PhillipsCo-Founder and CEOInspired to pursue this idea after his motherpassed away from ovarian cancer. BA MedicalAnthropology and Global Health at Univer-sity of Washington. Research Assistant at FredHutchinson Cancer Research Center. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 58. the team Catherine Grabar Co-Founder and Designer BFA Visual Communication Design and BA Psychology at University of Washington. Worked as a designer at the University of Washington Medical Center. Knowledge in graphic design, interaction design, program- ming and data analysisBryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 59. the teamEvan KawaharaCo-Founder and Web DeveloperBS Computer Science at University of CaliforniaBerkeley. Experience with tech startups. Intern atDisney Interactive Media Group. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 60. thank you for your consideration!Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com
  • 61. Bryan Phillips | Catherine Grabar | www.triageproject.com