Healthcare Innovation of The Future

Motivation for the Development of DriveThruDoc:

Challenges of Public and Community Health

Healthcare Costs and Affordability

• Affordability for the patient, the organization/hospital/company/provider, and for the country

• Budget priorities

• Providing quality care while spending less

Physical Access

• Transportation

• Time

Education & Access to Information

• In the past, health care focused its attention inside the four walls of a hospital, doctor’s office, or clinic. Yet so much of what makes the biggest impact on health occurs outside those four walls.


Motivation for the Development of DriveThruDoc:

Population In Need

• State designated medically underserved community; rural; large indigent population

• Cannot afford health insurance (uninsured)

• Cannot afford a doctor’s visit (indigent)

• Cannot afford to take time off work to see a doctor because wait time is typically long and unpredictable

• Work or home schedule makes it difficult or impossible to see a doctor during regular office hours


Features:- Healthcare

PATTERN OF TREATMENT

• Self-treatment

• Over the counter medications

• Home remedies

• Urgent Care Center

• Emergency Room


Features:- Healthcare

SYSTEMIC EFFECT

• Prolonged Patient Discomfort/Suffering

• Progression of Ailment/Deterioration of Patient

• Hospital Patient Overload/ Inefficient Allocation of Resources

• Non-emergency situation managed through emergency services

• Preventable emergency situation, becomes an actual hospital emergency

• Increase in Healthcare Costs

• Unaffordable healthcare bills for patients

• Unpaid healthcare services rendered by providers


The Inevitable Direction of Health Services

Population In Need

What would help aid this population?

• Customized, limited medical practice

• Treating only limited non-emergency diagnosis

• Cheaper healthcare cost/fee for service

• Time efficient service

• Work or home schedule makes it difficult or impossible to see a doctor during regular office hours


Treated Diagnoses


  • • Acne
  • • Acid Reflux/GERD
  • • Allergies
  • • Asthma
  • • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • • Birth Control
  • • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
  • • Constipation
  • • COPD
  • • Diarrhea
  • • Earache
  • • Erectile Dysfunction
  • • Eye Infection/Conjunctivitis
  • • Facial Herpes
  • • Flu
  • • Fungal Infections
  • • Headache/Migraine
  • • Hemorrhoids
  • • Insect Bite
  • • Insomnia
  • • Muscle Spasm
  • • Nausea
  • • Overactive Bladder
  • • Poison Ivy/Oak
  • • Rash
  • • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Genital Herpes)
  • • Sinusitis
  • • Smoking Habits
  • • Sore Throat
  • • Strep Throat/Pharyngitis
  • • Trichomoniasis
  • • Upper Respiratory Infection
  • • Urinary Tract Infection
  • • Weight Gain
  • • Weight Loss
  • • Yeast Infection

OVERVIEW

1. User Registration

2. User connects through smart device or kiosk

3. Identity Verification

4. Questionnaire completed

5. Provider reviews information

6. Provider and patient connect via device

7. Medical consult conducted

8. Consult may result in:

• User connects through smart device or kiosk

• Identity Verification

• Questionnaire completed

• Provider reviews information

• Provider and patient connect via device

9 .Generation and maintenance of medical record

10. Medical record can be forward to PCP, hospital or other healthcare provider


Education & Access to Information

• Education is not only about access to information, but also an individual’s interest in his or her own health

• DTD will serve as a delivery system for specific information relevant to an individual’s health

• Information can be electronically mailed through DTD system and remain available in patient’s medical records/profile

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