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QUALOPTIMA HEALTH INFORMATICS PLATFORM

QualOptima Health Informatics Platform

QualOptima Health Informatics Platform

 

 

Quture is a health informatics company that empowers patients, providers and payers (P³) for data-driven decisions (D³).  The complexity and inherent competing interests of all constituents of health care for the health, well-being and economic future of America will be solved by Quture’s free-enterprise QualOptima Health Informatics Platform.

 

A trusted and extraordinarily accomplished business colleague recently met with me to discuss a specific application of our QualOptima software system for medical errors and risk management.  After reviewing extensive materials and an hour of discussion, he observed “you are a technology company.”  “No,” I responded, “we are an informatics company.”

To succeed, a business endeavor must clearly understand its vision, revenue model and value proposition.  When we invented QualOptima back in 2011, we saw our invention as the then popular change from licensing software for local (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) installation and licensing to licensing in the cloud – “Software as a System” (SaaS).  The rapid acceleration of business and technology changes.  These changes and the uncertainties of the healthcare market have necessitated our strategies.

Quture International (QUTR) (“Q”) is now transforming not only our thinking but our QualOptima product to “Platform as a System,” (PaaS) as our revenue model.  The following discussion explains Q’s QualOptima Health Informatics Platform.

Quture envisions QualOptima as empowering patients, providers and payers (P³) to make data-driven decisions (D³).  The power of QualOptima as a platform is that it operates on Q’s

Quture HealthP³ D³

Quture HealthP³ D³

Qualytx database.  The QualOptima Health Informatics Platform integrates data inputs from applications, specifically designed to operate on the QualOptima platform, as well as disparate vendor databases and Blue Button electronic medical data from all available electronic medical records (EHR’s).

The business and revenue models permit not only Quture’s core QualOptima application to empower optimal clinical, operational and financial outcomes.  As a health informatics platform, multiple applications, such as mobile apps and clinical or patient oriented decision support tools will operate on QualOptima.  Just as apps operate on an Apple, Microsoft Windows and android platforms, multiple vendors are contracting with Quture to operate on the QualOptima platform.  The exponential difference is that as the applications take advantage of leveraging massive data and data-analytics- derived personal individualized data available in the Qualytx database engine.

Quture HFACS is example of the next application operating on the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform.  As Quture International (QUTR) develops the Quture HFACS subsidiary, the HFACS application is being developed and tested for a deliverable specific to multiple targeted customer segments, including private labeled product applications for contractual licensing.

Quture HFACS - Patient Safety

Quture HFACS – Patient Safety

The value proposition of Quture is inherent in this ultimate design of QualOptima as an informatics platform.  Quture envisions QualOptima as the complete solution – end-to-end data acquisition, integration and aggregation tools, the robust and multidimensional Qualytx database with advanced, real-time, predictive, point-of-care analytics, and precision health applications to engage individuals in their wellness and for them as patients to engage in their care management.

PaaS is often defined as a category of cloud computing services that provides a platform allowing customers to develop, run, and manage Web applications without the complexity of building and maintaining the infrastructure typically associated with developing and launching an app.

The United States National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Medicine, defines health informatics as “the interdisciplinary study of the design, development, adoption and application of IT-based innovations in healthcare services delivery, management and planning.” Informatics deals with the resources, devices, and methods required to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and use of information in health and biomedicine. Health informatics tools include (amongst others) computers, optimal clinical processes, precise scientific measurement metrics, advanced analytics and machine learning, predictive modeling, formal medical and scientific taxonomies, and information and communication (connectivity) systems, optimal use for problem-solving and decision-making”.

The QualOptima Health Informatics Platform is designed and operates with these integrated scientific technologies.  Just as Quture’s constant and continuous development of QualOptima has anticipated this transformative, disruptive technological advance, QualOptima further anticipates scientific medical and technological advances yet to come.  For example, as deep learning algorithms potentially empower improved diagnostic technology beyond clinical diagnostic capabilities, QualOptima is designed to integrate new algorithm functionalities into the advanced analytics of the Qualytx database.

Quture has proven the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform to develop optimal clinical processes in the formal Clinical Trial at the QualOptima Clinical Process

QualOptima Calibrated meFactors

QualOptima Calibrated meFactors

University of Miami,Miller School of Medicine and Jackson Memorial Hospital.  As an experiential learning platform, QualOptima provided retrospective analytics from clinical performance data to determine the most effective administration of antiemetic drug to specific patients based on their risk factors.  As Quture continuously learns from evidence-based scientific knowledge, as well as the operation of QualOptima as an experiential learning platform, our meFactors© will become more patient-specific.  At this time when the term “patient-centered” is a political talking point, nebulous and unscientific, the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform will define the future of patient-centere

d, personalized “precision” medicine and health.

QualOptima Clinical Process

QualOptima Clinical Process

The existing and worsening medical errors epidemic is the third-leading cause of death in America.  We have extensively considered the financial and human tragedy impacts in related discussions.  The impacts of human and system errors causing harm, often permanent, are not included in the death toll.  Quture HFACS as an application operating on the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform is designed and programmed to identify interventions to prevent errors before they occur.  Integrating these interventions into Quture’s optimal clinical processes will re-engineer the patient safety and risk management processes of both providers of health care and their medical malpractice insurers.  Again, this is yet another example of QualOptima as an experiential learning platform for learning organizations as recommended by the National Institute of Health (NIH).

Quture operates the QualOptima infrastructure on the leading technology InterSystems HealthShare platform.  QualOptima relies on its massively scalable and multidimensional Cache® database, the Ensemble® interface engine to strategically acquire data from disparate databases, DeepSee® advanced analytics tools where we develop our computational algorithms and create customizable data displays, iKnow as one of our unsupervised learning technologies, and Zen Mojo for mobile applications on the platform.

Quture’s patented proprietary technologies integrate with InterSystems applications additional machine learning advanced analytics technologies for unsupervised learning and natural language processing (NLP).  These inter-dependent methods of concept banks operating with computational analytics differentiates QualOptima in both health and health care informatics.  Quture’s meFactors©, extensive individualized risk, fitness, wellness, and omics factors calibrate performance and outcomes measures, unique to our proprietary system of real-time and predictive analytics.  Patient experience data is an intuitive and inherent element of post-care patient-driven participation to achieve optimal outcomes.

QualOptima as an experiential learning platform has been proven and reported by Quture for personalized disease interception.  This application is the connectivity bridge of QualOptima to connect patient-generated data from remote monitoring devices, sensors and wearables for their own monitoring and lifestyle decision with the clinical care providers.  Rather than waiting for high-risk disease to manifest in an individual, remote monitoring with predictive modeling and dashboards and computational trigger algorithms, combined with advanced analytics, will change the medical model of how patients connect with their physicians and clinical care providers.  New value-based payment models, combined with new payment codes for coordinating and managing care, are central to Quture’s evolving revenue models.

These strategies collide at the confluence of Quture International (QUTR) and Quture Health.  These same payment codes

Moblie Tech and QualOPtima

Moblie Tech and QualOPtima

anticipate the essential and logical shift of patient care to electronic “care plans” integrated into electronic medical records.  Quture Health envisions our proprietary LifePlan technology to be the bridge that connects individuals to their own data for fitness and wellness as well as to their providers and payers as insurers.  This is QualOptima as P³D³.  Quture has consistently involved the scientific logic of Dr. Judith Daugherty’s ExcelCare care plans to develop anticipated outcomes, not just task lists, into the Qualytx database analytics system.

These potential revenue models and value proposition of Quture permit the PaaS health informatics platform of QualOptima to anticipate potential targeted applications for all customer segments.  QualOptima as a health informatics platform operates as a precision personalized knowledgebase available across the complete spectrum of potential users engaged in the health, wellness and health care of empowered individuals.  We frequently speak of QualOptima as a “connectivity” platform, because Quture is the complete solution that connects all constituencies to QualOptima’s integrated Qualytx knowledge and insight database to empower data-driven decisions (D³).

Individuals are empowered with their own patient-generated data, not only for the care of their acute and chronic conditions but to maintain their health and wellness.  Data from remote monitoring devices, sensors and wearables require collection into the Qualytx personal health record (PHR) using the proprietary technology of another strategic technology partner.  Combined with Blue Button medical care data transfer from multiple vendor and provider disparate databases, QualOptima connectivity provides patient-controlled medical records, supplemented by the individual’s own generated data.  When aggregated the individual’s own LifePlan (Donald Vickery, MD) and formatted into personalized care plans with advanced analytics and Quture’s evolving HealthScape© technologies, individuals will be empowered as never before to control their personal health information.  People will be able to meaningfully determine their data-driven decisions with their health care clinicians and payers, as well as make and monitor their lifestyle decisions.

QualOptima Personalized Health - LifePlan

QualOptima Personalized Health – LifePlan

Quture summarizes our business model graphically with the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform central to business entities and organizationally.   The PaaS health informatics platform operates to unify all customer segments served by Quture for three (3) discrete business entities, with two (2) divisions of Quture International, Inc. and personalized Quture Health.  This further anticipates Quture HFACS for the patient safety application and other applications now under development.  Quture is internally developing essential health and healthcare applications, such as for the elderly population and women’s health.  And we are negotiating with external business entities to who wish to develop strategic alliances and potentially joint ventures for rapid deployment of an array of other essential health and healthcare applications, such as management of chronic conditions and rehabilitation.

These applications operating on the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform offer new and compelling investment and capitalization, as well as revenue opportunities.

QualOptima operates on scientific evidence-based optimal clinical processes.  When viewed as the informatics platform that empowers all users to learn from experience and evolving science, it is simultaneously an experiential learning platform.  These episodes of experiences across the spectrum of health and health care are intensely and scientifically personalized for precision medicine and health. This is the example of QualOptima for disease interception. Rather than watchful waiting to see if high risk conditions manifest as disease in patients, individuals and their clinicians can remotely monitor with selected metrics and relying on specific biomarkers, disease interception becomes the next generation of medical care for empowered patients, providers and payers (P ).  QualOptima empowers engaged patients and care for personalized “populations” of individuals around the world.  In the United States, Quture is the future of quality and outcomes, but equally important, containing the costs of medical care.

These strategies are carefully tied to changes in healthcare payment for value that will not change with any changes in federal legislation.  Multiple existing legislation beyond the Affordable Care Act (ACA), such as MACRA legislation and regulations, are anticipated as drivers for adoption of the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform.

My discussion with the colleague mentioned in the opening paragraph suggests an example of how Quture develops applications on the QualOptima platform for focused markets, specific customer segments, as targeted solutions.  We were considering how the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) works on the QualOptima informatics platform as one of many applications available to multiple customer segments.  In the instance of HFACS, patient safety to solve the medical errors epidemic, the third-leading cause of death in America, is one of many multiple applications operating on the massive, robust multi-dimensional informatics platform database with extensive advanced analytics technologies.  The same informatics platform available to medical malpractice insurers is available to their insureds to not only provide safe but evidence- and experience-based value-driven clinical processes for optimal outcomes.

Quture’s future looks to populations of individuals, such as the elderly and women’s health, as we initially develop, run and maintain our own proprietary applications.  And as precision personalized medicine matures concurrently with Quture’s applications, there will be strategic partners and other customers developing and launching their own applications to empower scientifically specific, individualized populations of patients with targeted mobile apps, similar to Apple’s strategies.

Quture is the future of health and healthcare outcomes quality and value. of optimal competitively priced performance to achieve optimal clinical, operational and financial outcomes.  Quture is a health informatics company that empowers patients, providers and payers (P³) for data-driven decisions (D³).  The complexity and inherent competing interests of all constituents of health care for the health, well-being and economic future of America will be solved by the Quture’s free-enterprise QualOptima Health Informatics Platform.

Individuals are empowered with their own patient-generated data, not only for the care of their acute and chronic conditions but to maintain their health and wellness.  Data from remote monitoring devices, sensors and wearables require collection into the Qualytx personal health record (PHR) using the proprietary technology of another strategic technology partner.  Combined with Blue Button medical care data transfer from multiple vendor and provider disparate databases, QualOptima connectivity provides patient-controlled medical records, supplemented by the individual’s own generated data.  When aggregated the individual’s own LifePlan (Donald Vickery, MD) and formatted into personalized care plans with advanced analytics and Quture’s evolving HealthScape© technologies, individuals will be empowered as never before to control their personal health information.  People will be able to meaningfully determine their data-driven decisions with their health care clinicians and payers, as well as make and monitor their lifestyle decisions.

Quture summarizes our business model graphically with the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform central to business entities and organizationally.   The PaaS health informatics platform operates to unify all customer segments served by Quture for three (3) discrete business entities, with two (2) divisions of Quture International, Inc. and personalized Quture Health.  This further anticipates Quture HFACS for the patient safety application and other applications now under development.  Quture is internally developing essential health and healthcare applications, such as for the elderly population and women’s health.  And we are negotiating with external business entities to who wish to develop strategic alliances and potentially joint ventures for rapid deployment of an array of other essential health and healthcare applications, such as management of chronic conditions and rehabilitation.

These applications operating on the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform offer new and compelling investment and capitalization, as well as revenue opportunities.

QualOptima operates on scientific evidence-based optimal clinical processes.  When viewed as the informatics platform that empowers all users to learn from experience and evolving science, it is simultaneously an experiential learning platform.  These episodes of experiences across the spectrum of health and health care are intensely and scientifically personalized for precision medicine and health. This is the example of QualOptima for disease interception. Rather than watchful waiting to see if high risk conditions manifest as disease in patients, individuals and their clinicians can remotely monitor with selected metrics and relying on specific biomarkers, disease interception becomes the next generation of medical care for empowered patients, providers and payers (P ).  QualOptima empowers engaged patients and care for personalized “populations” of individuals around the world.  In the United States, Quture is the future of quality and outcomes, but equally important, containing the costs of medical care.

These strategies are carefully tied to changes in healthcare payment for value that will not change with any changes in federal legislation.  Multiple existing legislation beyond the Affordable Care Act (ACA), such as MACRA legislation and regulations, are anticipated as drivers for adoption of the QualOptima Health Informatics Platform.

My discussion with the colleague mentioned in the opening paragraph suggests an example of how Quture develops applications on the QualOptima platform for focused markets, specific customer segments, as targeted solutions.  We were considering how the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) works on the QualOptima informatics platform as one of many applications available to multiple customer segments.  In the instance of HFACS, patient safety to solve the medical errors epidemic, the third-leading cause of death in America, is one of many multiple applications operating on the massive, robust multi-dimensional informatics platform database with extensive advanced analytics technologies.  The same informatics platform available to medical malpractice insurers is available to their insureds to not only provide safe but evidence- and experience-based value-driven clinical processes for optimal outcomes.

Quture’s future looks to populations of individuals, such as the elderly and women’s health, as we initially develop, run and maintain our own proprietary applications.  And as precision personalized medicine matures concurrently with Quture’s applications, there will be strategic partners and other customers developing and launching their own applications to empower scientifically specific, individualized populations of patients with targeted mobile apps, similar to Apple’s strategies.

Quture is the future of health and healthcare outcomes quality and value. of optimal competitively priced performance to achieve optimal clinical, operational and financial outcomes.  Quture is a health informatics company that empowers patients, providers and payers (P³) for data-driven decisions (D³).  The complexity and inherent competing interests of all constituents of health care for the health, well-being and economic future of America will be solved by the Quture’s free-enterprise QualOptima Health Informatics Platform.