ER Physicians need to navigate the complexity of patient care, like a maze.
We used to navigate road trips with printed maps, while today we enjoy real-time navigation apps.
ER Physicians still navigate this maze with printed papers, intuition, memory and bias.
This costs the US healthcare system $100B annually, due to…
.. and has adverse outcomes on patients
Seamless experience within the Electronic Health Record.
Transforms physician’s decisions into actionable clinical processes.
Generates physician’s notes for efficiency and better billing.
Real-time recommendations tailored to the specific patient.
Improving Patient Outcomes
Our initial focus is creating diagnostic pathways for the challenging environment of the Emergency Department.
The stressful environment of the Emergency Department is is one of the most challenging for care navigation.
We are collaborating with the Medical University of South Carolina to provide an end-to-end solution for complex patients arriving at the ED. Our initial use case is a MetaPathway™ for Chest Pain, a symptom known for its prevalence, risk and multitude of outcomes.
ED Informatics Director, MUSCQuai.MD pilot champion
Running a Healthcare system requires maintaining a constant balance of cost control and optimal care quality. Adhering to clinical pathways helps reduce cost while increasing the quality of care. Quai.MD can help us take those pathways developed in our academic facility and proliferate them throughout the system – to raise the overall standard of care while increasing efficiency and revenue. This is why we have chosen to invest in Quai.MD.
Chief Financial Officer –MUSC HealthQuai.MD board member
We want a world where every patient in any location is receiving the best clinical care by any physician.