Intelligent Fast Patient Data –
Fundamental to Achieving “Population Health”
K. J. Lee, M.D., ENT
Chief Innovation Officer...
Crisis consists of danger/chaos
leading to opportunities
CRISIS
DANGER
OPPORTUNITY
2
Ideal quality patient care is achieved when….
…clinicians can concentrate on patients without
technological distractions
3...
Differentiating Data Collection:
- Narrative
- Images
- Digital Fields
4
12 simple but vital elements of an EMR/EHR
5
1. Patient ID: name, DOB, SS#, chart #, language, ethnicity, race, gender
2. ...
Intelligent accurate accessible and
secure data…liquid data….
6
Interconnectivity / Inter-availability
instead of Interope...
Unsustainable healthcare costs
is a fact. We must mitigate healthcare costs
and the exploding healthcare data in the
whole...
Healthcare Market Demands…
• Patient controls his/her medical records (HIPAA)
• Patient grants permission to Dr. A to “rea...
Thank you!
Questions?
(contact information on following slides)
9
Abbreviated Curriculum Vitae of K. J. Lee, M.D., F.A.C.S.
kjleemd@aol.com Phone: 203-645-4758
_Past vice-chair of a federa...
11
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Intelligent fast patient data IQ-EQ Systems, LLC

932 views

Published on

INTELLIGENT FAST PATIENT DATA – FUNDAMENTAL TO ACHIEVING "POPULATION HEALTH"
- K. J. Lee, M.D., ENT, Chief Innovation Officer, IQ-EQ Systems, LLC

Global Directions 2013

Published in: Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
932
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Intelligent fast patient data IQ-EQ Systems, LLC

  1. 1. Intelligent Fast Patient Data – Fundamental to Achieving “Population Health” K. J. Lee, M.D., ENT Chief Innovation Officer IQ-EQ Systems, LLC 1
  2. 2. Crisis consists of danger/chaos leading to opportunities CRISIS DANGER OPPORTUNITY 2
  3. 3. Ideal quality patient care is achieved when…. …clinicians can concentrate on patients without technological distractions 3 Quality of “Big Data” is achieved when… …data is input real time accurately at the source 3 Effective analytics to support “Population Health” can be achieved when… …converting clinical data to structured data 3
  4. 4. Differentiating Data Collection: - Narrative - Images - Digital Fields 4
  5. 5. 12 simple but vital elements of an EMR/EHR 5 1. Patient ID: name, DOB, SS#, chart #, language, ethnicity, race, gender 2. Meds/allergy to meds 3. Review of Systems (ROS) I, II, III 4. (a) Previous HPI & physical (c.c., H&P) (b) Current HPI & physical (c.c., H&P) • Write (ink technology, stored electronically, not on paper, eliminate paper charts) • Type • Voice recognition • Dictate to transcriptionist • Macros, Macros plus • Customized digital H&P (Decision Tree) 5. Access to test-reports quickly & intuitively (filing cabinets) 6. e-Prescribe, frequently used meds 7. Order & track tests, e.g. MRI, have an “In Box” 8. Order & track referrals 9. Order & track future surgery 10. Code & code guide 11. Next appointment 12. Referral letter, educational materials, instructions to patients, procedure notes
  6. 6. Intelligent accurate accessible and secure data…liquid data…. 6 Interconnectivity / Inter-availability instead of Interoperability?
  7. 7. Unsustainable healthcare costs is a fact. We must mitigate healthcare costs and the exploding healthcare data in the whole continuum of care. 7
  8. 8. Healthcare Market Demands… • Patient controls his/her medical records (HIPAA) • Patient grants permission to Dr. A to “read only” the medical records of Dr. B or Dr. C., etc., about that patient • Patient access control - can revoke such permission • Access notification to clinical content source and viewer • Interactive patient record notation • Wellness program integration • Scrubbed patient data utilized for analytics and process / procedural, outcomes and cost assessment 8
  9. 9. Thank you! Questions? (contact information on following slides) 9
  10. 10. Abbreviated Curriculum Vitae of K. J. Lee, M.D., F.A.C.S. kjleemd@aol.com Phone: 203-645-4758 _Past vice-chair of a federally funded HMO, HealthCare, Inc. _Past Chairman of the Hospital of St. Raphael Medical Board _Past President of the Hospital of St. Raphael Medical Staff _Past Treasurer & Past President of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery/Foundation (representing 98% of all the ear, nose & throat doctors in the country) _Senior Healthcare Policy Advisor to US Presidential Candidates (Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Joe Lieberman, Chris Dodd) _Sponsored a Bipartisan Presidential Healthcare Solution Summit, September 13, 2004, in conjunction with Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, International Institute for Health Promotion, American University, Washington, DC _Designed an intuitive, user friendly, encrypted secured web-based, available “24/7” EMR (EHR) that is intuitive, affordable, interoperable, decreases errors and cost as well as increases preventive health & efficiency. It monitors Pay For Performance. It is the platform for “Employee Health,” “Population Health” and Accountable Care Organizations _Chair, 4800 Healthcare Solution Task Force in 2000 & 2004 Presidential elections _Chair, Speaker Amann’s Task Force on Healthcare in Connecticut _Honorary Board Member, CodeBlue Healthcare for All (national grassroots patient advocate 501(c)3 organization) _Past President, Deafness Research Foundation Centurions _Widely published and lectured nationally and internationally on scientific, medical/surgical topics as well as on health policy, health information technology and the business of medicine. One of his 22 books is considered one of the most widely read texts in the field of ear, nose and throat in the world and has been translated into several languages _Undergraduate – Harvard University _Medical School – Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons _Residency – Harvard Medical School _Emeritus Chief of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Hospital of St. Raphael _Associate Clinical Professor, Yale University _Coordinator for International Affairs—American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery _Editor: Healthcare Reform Through Practical Clinical Guidelines—ENT _2003-2009 International Editor: Journal of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery _Editorial Board: ENT Journal _Editorial Board: Laryngoscope _Co-Editor: Current Opinion in Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery _Co-Editor: Philippines Journal of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery _Council member of the Long Island Sound Assembly (to protect the environment) _Managing Partner of Southern New England Ear, Nose, Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery Group, LLP 1/1989-4/2012 _Designed surgical instruments for pituitary and for ear surgeries _Designed voice prosthesis for post-laryngectomy patients 10
  11. 11. 11

×