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EHR4LIFE Products & Services

EHR4Life System SM and Method is a comprehensive integrated global and mobile electronic health records system. It is a computer-based management information system that provides a "paperless office" environment for hospitals, small outpatient medical clinics, and private practice providers to support them to more effectively manage the personal electronic health records of individual patients. This can be accomplished without being integrated into the medical facilities IT System. This system only requires a laptop or PC to provide the interface.


EHR4Life Systems Software

The EHR4Life System Software is primarily based upon the Healthcare Information Technology Standards (HITSP) for Electronic Health Records as established by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC), United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

IS 12 Patient - Provider Secure Messaging

The Patient-Provider Secure Messaging Interoperability Specification describes the information flows, processes, and system capabilities that are required for patients to interact with their healthcare clinicians remotely using common computer technologies readily available in homes and other settings.

IS 107 EHR Centric

This Interoperability Specification consolidates all information exchanges and standards that involve an EHR System amongst the thirteen HITSP Interoperability Specifications in place as of the February 13, 2009 enactment of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). This Interoperability Specification is organized as a set of HITSP Capabilities, with each Capability specifying a business service that an EHR system might address in one or more of the existing HITSP Interoperability Specifications (e.g., the Communicate Hospital Prescriptions Capability supports electronic prescribing for inpatient prescription orders). Greater detail on these Capabilities is provided as part this Interoperability Specification, with their underlying HITSP constructs referenced in the Complete Library on HITSP.org.

This includes the following modules:

  • HITSP Constructs -HITSP/C32 "Summary Clinical Documents using CCD Patient Record"
  • C28-Emergency Case Summary Document
  • C48-Encounter Document Using IHE Medical Summary
  • C37-Lab Results Document
  • EHR Use Case specifications in HITSP ER-EHR Interoperability Specifications (HITSP/IS04)

EHR4LIFE Systems Device

The EHR4Life Systems Device is the “core” of our system that provides for complete security of a patient’s personal health records data. The Device provides a secure link for patient and provider medical data exchange with and/or without the Internet. This allows healthcare professionals to provide more definitive care without the Internet. Features of the “Portable Personal Controlled Electronic Health Records” Device are shown below:

Description of USB Device

Multi-Level EHR4Life Accessibility

EHR4Life System, via our Portable Personal Controlled Electronic Health Records Device, which provides for multi-level EHR accessibility, is unique to the healthcare EHR industry today. Specifically, there is no other firm in America who has computer-based "open systems architecture" electronic health records software that is accessible in the:

1) Hospital and large medical facilities;

2) Small medical clinics;

3) Private practice providers' offices (regardless of specialty);

4) Emergency Medical Vehicles; and

5) In the possession of the patient where the patient's EHR can be accessed at any location and at anytime with or without the Internet.

EHR4Life software can be linked to a hospital information system and then the entire EHR4Life Systems Device can provide for “Multi-Level Accessibility of the patient’s personal electronic health record as shown below

Managing Diabetes on an Outpatient Basis

Even though America has the best trained healthcare professionals in the world. We have the best medical facilities with the best medical equipment and medical resources in the world. We have the best laboratories and research facilities. America spends an average of more money per patient to provide medical care than any other Country. Yet, we rank 12th among the 13 industrialized nations in healthcare.

Our healthcare delivery system dictates that our outpatient providers treat the “human body parts or systems” and not the entire “human body”. Specifically, a dentist can only treat the teeth and mouth; a podiatrist can only treat the feet and up to the knees; an optometrist can only treat the eyes; and the lack. Therefore, these healthcare professionals do not have an IT system that tracks treatment rendered to the entire human body. Even if they did, these IT systems would be incompatible. No wonder about 140 million Americans are either pre-diabetic, diabetic, and about 9 millions do not even know that they have diabetes.

Therefore, our outpatient providers must have IT medical records on every human body system and part of the human body—everywhere blood goes.

Since America is decades from having compatible IT systems for outpatient providers, the next best solution is “Portable Personal Controlled Electronic Health Records Devices” in the possession of the patients---such an IT system is the Diabetes Informatics, Inc. “EHR4Life System”.

An example of how the EHR4Life System works is shown below:

EHR4Life Systems Mobile Electronic Health Records System

Diabetes Informatics, Inc. has teamed with LINKS Communications, LLC to install the EHR4Life System on emergency medical vehicles to drastically improve healthcare delivery on an outpatient basis. This innovative technology provides the capability for healthcare professionals to have access to current comprehensive integrated EHR when they are needed to treat the patient at any location and at anytime. The EMT person can access the patient’s portable electronic health record and provide definitive care without the Internet via a standard laptop without the Internet. When the laptop is linked to the Internet, the EMT person in the ambulance can treat the patient in the emergency vehicle while in communications with the healthcare professionals at the medical treatment facility. The healthcare professionals can “see and talk” to the EMT person and the patient in "real-time". Our mobile medical records technology should improve healthcare delivery iimmeasurably by providing the patient's EHR when and where they are needed as show in the figure below.

Health IT Consulting Services

Conduct studies, analyses, and planning documents for developing, implmenting, and managing large-scale health IT systems for countries and states:

  • Patient Data Exchange Services
  • Master Patient Index Files
  • Telemedicine Systems
  • Mobile Healthcare Systems
  • Home Care Health IT Systems

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