Collaborative Patient Centric Care

How are mouse clicks and team work related to caring for patients?

Now you can have a single screen1 from which to direct medical care and get medical information.

Would automation be faster if you didn’t have to type or click?

Users can be trained to effectiveness in less than half an hour. Adoption is expedited because the user does not have to learn any special way of entering data. There are no codes or special phrases. The system actually anticipates the user’s actions and, like a human teacher, helps find and then enter the correct data. It is common for the system to figure it out in just 3 or 4 key strokes.

Orchestrator sets a new bar for the meaning of no navigation. Different collections of data can come to the user, as needed, without having to touch a key or move the mouse.

The user experience is on a single window – in a single screen – on a single page. The automation burden on the user can be cut back as much as 84%2.

Unified medical information from disparate computers and orchestration of patient care are seamlessly combined into a single, one screen display.

Medical collaboration

Too often computers isolate users in an information environment when they need to collaborate in a processing environment. People collaborate better as limitations to communication are removed and information flows without restriction. Unfortunately medical systems have to manage a lot of data bound into a complex structure. Exactly the opposite of the free form thinking needed for real-time collaboration.

Today we use computers like automatic filing cabinets that can be shared with other users. Ask yourself if the problem is dealing with static data or executing process every time you see a user work outside or around the system, when it takes longer to accomplish with the help of the computer then without. Seeing that begins the process of answering.

Enter a replacement for software

The problem turns out to be in the assumption made about the limits of what a computer can be. The team at Unityware started succeeding building synthetically intelligent systems back in the 1990. Now we have perfected a genetically based replacement for software that does not rely on program code. It looks like magic and is tough to believe at first. After you see how it works you will ask why everyone doesn’t do it this way. To which we will respond “patents”.

 

1. Patent pending
2. When compared to modern hospital automation systems

Medical Orchestrator and Mobile Orchestrator are trademarks of Unityware, Inc.