WPIC Health IT:
1. Collects, shares, consumes, transforms, integrates, aggregates, analyzes, and visualizes data to produce information that builds knowledge and insights.
2. Enables collaborators to develop, exchange, evaluate, continuously improve, and implement computerized models that provide evidence-based decision support.
3. Fosters patient engagement (participation) through a patient-centric approach focused on educating patients, enabling shared decision making between patients and their healthcare providers, and incorporating patient generated data.
A novel spreadsheet-based software framework (SSF) is used to develop software applications (SSF apps) that support the WPIC strategy. SSF apps provide low-cost, convenient, highly capable, always available, secure, flexible, and resilient tools that enable collaborators to improve healthcare processes and outcomes.
SSF Apps in Loosely-Coupled Networks
SSF apps can exchange information in unencumbered, “loosely coupled” social networks (LCNs) via a communication architecture that provides an easy, low cost, and secure way to connect individuals anywhere in the world in networks through automated encrypted e-mail that cross organizational and national boundaries.
This enable diverse groups of people to freely communicate and collaborate. This allows them to share diverse sets of data, experience, knowledge, ideas, and other relevant, non-redundant information and insights, which increase innovation and creativity.
IEEE Presentation and Manuscript
We will be presenting at the IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC) in San Jose on Oct. 20, 2017 at 5PM PT. GHTC focuses on bringing together people to address critical issues for the benefit of the people around the globe through the deployment and application of humanitarian technologies.
The title of the presentation is: Whole Person Integrated Care (WPIC): A Healthcare Transformation Strategy Supported by a Novel Spreadsheet-Based Software Framework. We will discuss how the SSFenables a care delivery model that focus on increasing efficiency and effectiveness through evidence-based knowledge and action. There will also be a live demonstration of an SSF application recently piloted in a Federal health information technology program, a review of existing SSF tools, and a proposal for an open source community.
For a copy of the manuscript (prior to its publication), which contains SSF technical details and more, send a request to us at email@example.com
Our other solutions include the EMOC2 business management application that supports a learning process for business intelligence.
The key benefit of EMOC2 analytics is delivery of higher-value products and services through its use. Analytics help lower cost and increase quality by providing pursuit process insights from lead generation through delivery.
A flyer and screenshot demo are available for download below: