by Isaac Osei
The problem we solve: Burn out and considerable reduction in medical errors
About our solution: Many physicians are unhappy and complain about enormous paperwork and documentation involved in writing prescriptions,routine clicks,H&P,checking off lab work and imaging results. The goal is to use robotic process flow technology to monitor desktop activity together with physicians recommendation about how they operate their practice to create digital assistants that can formulate sevaral of these computations that are routine clicks into buttons that digital assistants can easily replicate. These digital assistants will also have artificial intelligent capabilities that keeps track of and can output similar results for lab work/imaging and all other procedures that have been repeatedly done in the past. https://catalyst.nejm.org/electronic-medical-records-blame-physician-burnout/ http://scribeamerica.com/blog/3-leading-causes-of-physician-burnout-and-what-you-can-do/Progress to date:
Prototype is ready. Reception has been great because physicians cant wait to spend more time with patients instead of being glued to the computer and being physically and emotionally detached from their patients for no fault of thiers
Creator: Isaac Osei
Education: Meharry medical college
Bio: I'm a rising third year medical student and a seasoned electrical and computer engineer with more than a decade of experience in GIS, network engineering, and app development. I have worked and consulted for tech giants like AT&T,Ericsson, Centurylink, Corning, and Windstream. I am interested in medical innovations that makes a difference and considerably adds value to the economy
Hospital Affiliation: Meharry Medical College,Vanderbilt Medical Innovation Lab
Burn out physicians are more prone to errors and relieving physicians mean fewer to no errors and better patient outcomes
Relieves physicians of burn out which is highly correlated with higher rate of medical errors. So with an antidote to burn out mostly from documentation and clerical work,medical errors can be considerably reduced.
Increase their productivity,reduce errors and hence lawsuits and produces a happy medical staff hence highly motivated and happy workers
It solves the problem of burn out
Key Milestones Achieved and Planned
Have the demo and working on product completion by April 2018 and robustly test and QA for 2 additional months. Have done crowdsourcing with physician groups and they are all curious and interested
Our Competitive Advantages
we will be hosputal specific just like EHR instead of putting all hospitals in a cloud which many health institutions hate to do. Also we keep the visual operation of hospitals and does not introduce our own buttons and language which is the reason for slowed productivity when health institutions have to adapt to new technology
Barriers to Entry
Working with our contacts and leaders in health to monopolise and be the sole licensing company
Traction, Funding and Partners
awards from institution,private money from friends that believe in innovation
$5000 annually to hospitals that sign up which can be applied across all departments
Projected 3 Year Growth
Intend to penetrate 20% within 2 years and this can produce a revenue of 5M dollars
Since platform will boost productivity and after a 2 month proven and addicting free trial to hospitals,they will be more than willing since productivity means more revenue for hospitals.
We intend to dominate and hospitals love to stick with companies they know since switching platforms will slow growth which all hospital administrations are not interested in.
They are excited and waiting to beta test because they are all interested in spending more time with patients and their families
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