eHealth Care Pathway Platform for doctors to
serve more patients better, faster, and at
lower cost.
Ting Shih - Founder & ...
Source: http://chartsbin.com/view/gcu
World Health Organization 2010, World Health Statistics 2010, ISBN 978 92 4 156398 7...
Medical
Government
Mobile
Networks
Technology
Corporate
Mexican Social
Security Institute
In Collaboration with
15
Countries
700,000+
Patient Reach
2
Years
1/2
90+ Sites
Governments
Hospitals / Clinics
Medical Schools
NGOs
Corporate
Payment
Reimbursement
Fee-for-service,
Capitated,
Private-pay,
Subscription,
Cross-Subsidy
Diseases
Heart Diseases
Diabete...
Patients
sees
health
worker or
nurse
Health worker
or nurse uses
ClickMedix to
screen patient’s
condition
Treatment plan
T...
Capture Patient Information via Smartphone AppCapture Patient Information via Smartphone AppCapture Patient Information vi...
mHealth KitmHealth Kit
(distribution through pharmacies, clinics, etc.)(distribution through pharmacies, clinics, etc.)
mH...
Zero to
Complete, Customized
Mobile Healthcare
Solution
5 Days
Products Features
Click-Specialists
Tele-Dermatology
Tele-Radiology
Tele-Cardiology
Tele-ENT (ear,
nose, throat)
Tele-
Ort...
Case Studies
Over a 9 month period, 9 part-time
health workers in India helped save
10,000+ people from potential hearing
loss. Medtron...
200+ health
assessments in
one day
Deployed to 20+
medical
personnel on
iPhone, iPad
Android
Healthcare &
education for
Gr...
10,000+ Latina Grameen borrowers in NYC
with otherwise poor access to healthcare
get access to healthcare via ClickMedix
Chronic Disease Management
Screening and tele-consultation
government-run clinics. Service
ramping up to 22,000 clinics ov...
Nurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake Assessment
Nurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNu...
Baseline
3-Month follow-up3-Month follow-up3-Month follow-up3-Month follow-up
n = 30
mean A1C = -1.37Δ
(p<0.001)
56% Severe periodo...
Payment ModelPayment ModelPayment ModelPayment Model
$452 for Initial Assessment
$Fee for Service for follow-up Care
Avera...
Creating home-health
business unit for premier
hospital in China.
Home-Care Assessments and Tele-ConsultationHome-Care Assessments and Tele-Consultation
with Specialistswith Specialists
Ho...
Subscription ModelSubscription ModelSubscription ModelSubscription Model
Home CareHome Care
• Risk screening
• Triage
• Service options
• Care planning
• Tele-consultation
• Resources
Medication
...
@clickmedix
http://clickmedix.com
Ting Shih
@tingatclick
ting@clickmedix.com
ClickMedix Introduction and Case Studies 2014
ClickMedix Introduction and Case Studies 2014
ClickMedix Introduction and Case Studies 2014
ClickMedix Introduction and Case Studies 2014
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ClickMedix enables health organizations to provide continuous and coordinated care to patients through mobile technologies while improving patient outcomes at lower costs.

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  • ClickMedix has been able to replicate this model with numerous partners, which gives us a reach of over 600,000 patients.
  • in just 5 days
  • in just 5 days
  • To show how this works, here&amp;apos;s a case study with Grameen Primacare which was founded by Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus. Grameen provides micro finance to thousands of Latina business owners in the US who don&amp;apos;t otherwise have healthcare.
  • ClickMedix Introduction and Case Studies 2014

    1. 1. eHealth Care Pathway Platform for doctors to serve more patients better, faster, and at lower cost. Ting Shih - Founder & CEO @clickmedix ting@clickmedix.com http://clickmedix.com
    2. 2. Source: http://chartsbin.com/view/gcu World Health Organization 2010, World Health Statistics 2010, ISBN 978 92 4 156398 7, World Health Organization, Geneva 27, Switzerland, viewed 16th September, 2010 Addresses Bottleneck of Healthcare: Physician Shortage Worldwide
    3. 3. Medical Government Mobile Networks Technology Corporate Mexican Social Security Institute In Collaboration with
    4. 4. 15 Countries 700,000+ Patient Reach 2 Years 1/2 90+ Sites Governments Hospitals / Clinics Medical Schools NGOs Corporate
    5. 5. Payment Reimbursement Fee-for-service, Capitated, Private-pay, Subscription, Cross-Subsidy Diseases Heart Diseases Diabetes Alzheimer’s Cancer HIV/AIDS TB 77 11 22 4343 33 33 11 22 Models In-Hospital Satellite Clinics Specialty Clinics Integrated Medical Units, Pharmacy Home Care 44 55 11 22 99 22 44 Screening Point-of-care Ear-Nose-Throat, Ophthalmology Dermatology Radiology Physical Behavioral
    6. 6. Patients sees health worker or nurse Health worker or nurse uses ClickMedix to screen patient’s condition Treatment plan Treatment and follow-up Diagnosis and referral Patient info Doctors network Or Referral hospitals $ 1.Packages patient symptoms information 2.Securely transmits data to remote physicians Solution: Use Mobile Phones to Screen, Triage, andSolution: Use Mobile Phones to Screen, Triage, and Treat More PatientsTreat More Patients Solution: Use Mobile Phones to Screen, Triage, andSolution: Use Mobile Phones to Screen, Triage, and Treat More PatientsTreat More Patients
    7. 7. Capture Patient Information via Smartphone AppCapture Patient Information via Smartphone AppCapture Patient Information via Smartphone AppCapture Patient Information via Smartphone App
    8. 8. mHealth KitmHealth Kit (distribution through pharmacies, clinics, etc.)(distribution through pharmacies, clinics, etc.) mHealth KitmHealth Kit (distribution through pharmacies, clinics, etc.)(distribution through pharmacies, clinics, etc.)
    9. 9. Zero to Complete, Customized Mobile Healthcare Solution 5 Days
    10. 10. Products Features Click-Specialists Tele-Dermatology Tele-Radiology Tele-Cardiology Tele-ENT (ear, nose, throat) Tele- Orthopedics Pre/Post Surgery HIPAA-compliant system with all features accessible on mobile phones or web browsers • Remote diagnosis with store- and-forward • Real-time video consultation • Triage protocols • Customizable patient forms • Patient portal, education & adherence monitoring • Electronic health record system • ePrescription • Multi-media (image, video, slideshow) training materials • Self-assessment quizzes • Remote consultation with instructors • Continuous updates of training materials • Online examinations/certifications Click-Health (Hospitals & Health Tele-Diabetes Tele-Primary Care Tele-Geriatric Care Ready-to-Ready-to-UseUse eHealth and eTrainingeHealth and eTraining Programs within 5 DaysPrograms within 5 Days Ready-to-Ready-to-UseUse eHealth and eTrainingeHealth and eTraining Programs within 5 DaysPrograms within 5 Days
    11. 11. Case Studies
    12. 12. Over a 9 month period, 9 part-time health workers in India helped save 10,000+ people from potential hearing loss. Medtronic is expanding the program to 100 health workers in 2014.
    13. 13. 200+ health assessments in one day Deployed to 20+ medical personnel on iPhone, iPad Android Healthcare & education for Grameen America borrowers Launched in NY, NY in September 2013
    14. 14. 10,000+ Latina Grameen borrowers in NYC with otherwise poor access to healthcare get access to healthcare via ClickMedix
    15. 15. Chronic Disease Management Screening and tele-consultation government-run clinics. Service ramping up to 22,000 clinics over 3 years serving 35M patients.
    16. 16. Nurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake Assessment
    17. 17. Nurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake AssessmentNurse Enters Intake Assessment
    18. 18. Baseline
    19. 19. 3-Month follow-up3-Month follow-up3-Month follow-up3-Month follow-up n = 30 mean A1C = -1.37Δ (p<0.001) 56% Severe periodontitis New DiscoveriesNew Discoveries 68% Structural heart disease => later-on heart failure Cohort •January through October 2013 •n = 135; Median age 56 (19-82) •Type 2 diabetes 91% Mean A1C 8% ± 1.6 •Median BMI 33.1 (range, 108.1-20.9) •Influenza vaccine within past year 50%, Pneumococcal vaccine in past 29%, HBV vaccine 11%
    20. 20. Payment ModelPayment ModelPayment ModelPayment Model $452 for Initial Assessment $Fee for Service for follow-up Care Average cost per patient without WDI: $9,000 Average cost per patient per year with WDI: $452 + 3-5 PCP/specialist follow-up care.
    21. 21. Creating home-health business unit for premier hospital in China.
    22. 22. Home-Care Assessments and Tele-ConsultationHome-Care Assessments and Tele-Consultation with Specialistswith Specialists Home-Care Assessments and Tele-ConsultationHome-Care Assessments and Tele-Consultation with Specialistswith Specialists
    23. 23. Subscription ModelSubscription ModelSubscription ModelSubscription Model
    24. 24. Home CareHome Care • Risk screening • Triage • Service options • Care planning • Tele-consultation • Resources Medication Management Medication Management SupportSupportPatientPatient Hospital CareHospital Care Follow- Up Screen for Risks Re- Assess Follow- Up Screen for Risks Re- Assess Symptoms Disease state Treatment plan Determines optimal care path of services Image source: Artificial Fiction Brain by Wikipedia user Gengiskanhg (Creative Commons Licensed) Home HealthHome Health Senior Home CareSenior Home CareSenior Home CareSenior Home Care Caregiver Training Caregiver Training Other (food adult day care) Other (food adult day care) TransportationTransportation
    25. 25. @clickmedix http://clickmedix.com Ting Shih @tingatclick ting@clickmedix.com

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