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  1. 1. Entrada Overview<br />May 24, 2010<br />
  2. 2. EMR Adoption Should Not Be This Hard:<br />
  3. 3. What is Entrada?<br />Healthcare Technology Platform designed to help outpatient clinics, hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers quickly and accurately complete medical record documentation.<br />Fits seamlessly into existing physician/facility workflow patterns with no loss in productivity.<br />Automatic routing of clinical information with full interfaces into front end scheduling and back end clinical systems.<br />Significantly accelerates EMR adoption and physician satisfaction.<br />
  4. 4. Founding Principles<br />Respect and maintain physician’s natural work flow.<br />Interface demographics, scheduling and Medical Records to eliminate misplaced records.<br />Automate clinical documentation processes to improve speed and accuracy while reducing costs.<br />Make data available where it is needed, when it is needed and for whom it is needed.<br />
  5. 5. Ambulatory Model<br />Full interface into clinic scheduling system generates a work list for dictators providing them the look and feel of an EHR. <br />Providers are not required to identify themselves or the patient, significantly reducing dictation time and clinical errors.<br />Software as a Service model and pricing structure.<br />
  6. 6. Ambulatory Model - continued<br /><ul><li>Dictation is automatically sent to our data center for processing. Voice recognition creates the first clinical draft.
  7. 7. Perform backend editing. Internal or external editors.
  8. 8. Once edited, finished work is routed back to the clinic or hospital for automatic delivery to their EHR or data repository.
  9. 9. Appeals to specialists and multi-location physician groups.</li></li></ul><li>PM/Scheduling Software<br />Ambulatory Care Routing<br />Physician Work List<br />HL7<br />Scheduling<br />& Demographics<br />Data<br />Create jobs <br />based on HL7 data. <br />Entrada<br />Rules & Routing Engine<br />Internet<br />Data Center<br />Completed Work<br />Completed job returned to clinic<br />Placed into chart based on client and vendor preferences<br />Job<br />Import<br />EMR/EHR<br />System<br />
  10. 10. Acute Care Model<br /><ul><li>HIE providers – Too complicated to implement, trying to do too much too fast.
  11. 11. Partner with an anchor hospital in each region.
  12. 12. Focus initially on sharing inpatient records between the hospital and the admitting/attending physicians.
  13. 13. Interface with hospital systems to generate work list.</li></li></ul><li>Acute Care Model - continued<br /><ul><li>Route progress notes and discharge summaries externally to attending physicians for approval. Return to the hospital clinical record.
  14. 14. Share documentation for billing with both hospital and attending physician group.
  15. 15. Reduce days in A/R and Discharged Not Final Bill (DNFB) percentages.</li></li></ul><li>Hospital or clinic<br />Acute Care Multi-Routing<br />Physician Work List<br />HIS Software<br />HL7<br />Create jobs <br />based on HL7 data. <br />ADT Data Feed<br />Entrada<br />Rules & Routing Engine<br />Internet<br />Completed job returned to Hospital<br />Placed into chart based on client and vendor preferences<br />Job<br />Import<br />Data Center<br />Completed Work<br />Hospital Clinical<br />Systems <br />Clinic<br />Clinic review and approval<br />Copy saved for clinic<br />
  16. 16. Product Development RoadmapMobility  Productivity  Future<br />Enhanced Mobility<br />Common communication methods<br />iPhone / iPad / Android / Slate Computers / Windows Mobile 7<br />Productivity Enhancements<br />Generic work queue<br />Editor QA models<br />Continued editor speed enhancements<br />Acute Care Model Development<br />Multi-delivery<br />Hospital specialties<br />Embedded Development<br />Evolve software to components for software companies to deploy in their products<br />Tagging for data mining<br />Small Practice Model (online delivery)<br />Sales online only<br />
  17. 17. Invest Less Money In High-End, Complex Technologies and More in Technologies That Simplify Complex Problems.<br />