Health Datapalooza 2013: iTriage

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Health Datapalooza IV: June 3rd & 4th, 2013
Apps Demo: iTriage

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  • We became entrepreneurs focused on this area after 20+ years in the ER watching a broken system
  • By creating transparency, we can achieve empowerment, by creating empowerment, we can affect behavior, by affecting behavior, we can provide better outcomes, by providing better outcomes, we create the feedback loop that drives reinforces the entire loop. Net result is a better educated consumer, in a better marketplace
  • AARP study, themore activated a patient, the less likely they were toexperience a negative health outcome such as readmittance to the hospital or a medical error.Patient engagement consistently predicts hospital performance on an array of crucial business outcomes, including EBITA per adjusted admission and net revenue per adjusted admission.Chronically ill patients who have email relationships with their doctors correlate with:Higher trustBetter HEDIS outcomes
  • Pathways concept a lot of work flows that patients try to navigate, and are very complex in healthcare, start with clinical information, and end in highly fragmented healthcare delivery systemiTriage created a simple system that started with a symptom, and ended wherever the patient needed to go, and allowed you to jump in at any point, but made it simple, trusted, and
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  • Health Datapalooza 2013: iTriage

    1. 1. H e a l t h D a t a p a l o o z a 2 0 1 3June 4, 2013
    2. 2. ENTREPRENEUR ENTREPRENEUR50,000PATIENTSOVER20YEARS+
    3. 3. EMPOWERMENTBEHAVIOROUTCOMES
    4. 4. QUALITY ISSUES MOREACTIVATEDPATIENTLESSACTIVATEDPATIENTReadmitted to the hospital with in 30days of discharge 12.8% 28%Experiences a medical error19.2% 35.8%Have poor care coordination amonghealth care providers 12.6% 41.8%Suffer a health consequence because ofpoor communication among providers 13.2% 48.6%Lose confidence in the system15.1% 59.8%Source: Adapted from AARP & You “Beyond 50” Patient Survey; Gallup Research, IMI HealthcarePATIENT ENGAGEMENTIMPROVES OUTCOMES
    5. 5. BUTHEALTHCAREIS TOOCOMPLEX
    6. 6. 25,000PHYSICIANSCUSTOMER NETWORK OF HUNDREDS OFHOSPITALS AND URGENT CARES, AND OVER
    7. 7. MOST UBIQUITOUS, AND RAPIDLYGROWING MOBILE CONSUMER PLATFORM9,000,000OVERTotal Downloads50 uses per yearMILLION+BILLIONSOf Page Views
    8. 8. 8Health Data Initiative – 2010 to 2012STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL2010National Physician DatabaseNPPE800,000physicians100 millionsearches2010Community HealthCentersHRSA7,200clinics250,000+searches2011Mental Health/SubstanceAbuseSAMHSA2,227clinics200,000+searches
    9. 9. 9STRICTLY CONFIDENTIALHealth Datapalooza IV, Multi-symptom ProcessorNAMCS/NHAMCS55 million symptomviews on hundredsof iTriage symptoms80 million diseaseviews of thousandsof iTriage conditionsiTriageproprietaryanalyticsBayesianstatistics
    10. 10. 10Health Datapalooza IV, TXT4TotsSTRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
    11. 11. DEMO

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