New Concept

Elias Peter pheski69 at GMAIL.COM
Wed Apr 19 11:28:57 UTC 2017


I can see the value of tracking the results of a test, but I am struggling to understand the concept of switching from a patient-centric EHR to an event-centric EHR.  How does that apply to the 95% of medical care that is unrelated to events/procedures?

Peter Elias


> On 2017.04.18, at 8:30 PM, Sidney Smith, M.D. <ssmith at GEORGIASKINANDCANCER.COM> wrote:
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> David,
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> Until medicine radically changes how we track data we will never achieve our desired levels of diagnostic acumen and safety.
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> Medicine currently tracks patients with events but we should be tracking events with patients. 
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> Take a while and internalize that statement as all Electronic Medical Record companies are identically built to track patients and not events.
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> Unlike Medicine, FedEx and every other successful communication industry on the planet tracks events.
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> Why can't we track a skin biopsy or mammogram like a pair of shoes from Amazon? We should and when we make that transition all the magic happens.
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> I have attached an article I published at HIMMS for you to consider.(Attached )
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> Malpractice Companies now offer premium discounts to physicians users of our Pathologytracker.com and Radiologytracker.com software because physicians have less errors and a reduced malpractice risk. (Attached promotion from MedMal Direct Malpractice Company)
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> I practice dermatology and built the software company to solve the communication problems occurring in Medicine.
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> I hope you find this conceptually interesting.
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> Sidney Smith MD 
> CEO Complete.MD Pathologytracker.com Radiologytracker.com 
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