Changing Patient Care…for Good
Patients are becoming increasingly frustrated with their doctors. Doctors spend more time looking at their computers rather than listening to patients. In the last 25 years the average doctor visit is now down to 6 minutes with most of the doctors time spent with the doctor looking at his monitor. Doctors are increasingly specialized. Increasing specialization results in doctors taking care of fewer medical problems and referring patients to more and more specialists.
Why Patients Love QCM
More Effective Treatments
Accurate Unbiased Results
Zero Cost to Patients. Ever.
- Visits are too short
- Physician have their back to patients entering data into EHR
- Physician visits are impersonal
- Addressing multiple health issues in one visits, less copy, less doctor visits
- All patient data is available in one place
- On-going monitoring and care
- Better informed decisions on healthcare
- A personalized patient health informatics platform
- A personalized life and health coach
- Creating self-awareness and self-realization – the key to great health
Better Care. Less Doctor Visits.
Medical patients are being referred to specialists more often, which results in more copays. Visiting doctors more often results in lost time from work. This trend also causes fragmented care and lack of understanding of the patient as a whole person.
When a patient provides their intake through QCM it gives your doctor a comprehensive dashboard of your physical and mental health. Your mental health affects your physical health in profound ways. Only by addressing your mental health can physicians begin to affectively treat your physical health.
The correct diagnosis is dependent upon the physician receiving complete, accurate information from their patients. Unfortunately when people report their responses to doctors questions their answers are flawed, incomplete and inaccurate. Subconsciously patients reports are biased for numerous reasons. People suffer from recall bias from socially acceptable bias and from self deception. Subconsciously poor communication skills transmitted to a doctor with limited time and poor listening skills leads to the wrong diagnosis up to 40% of the time. This waste in fact results in up to one third of all health care dollars being spent needlessly. The patient may end up with unnecessary tests, procedures and surgeries-not to mention higher costs and lower productivity.
Reporting Problems Solved
QCM solves all these problems. The first problem QCM solves is in aiding the patient to provide the most complete, accurate, unbiased response for the doctors to use in their assessments. QCM patent pending technology uses computer vision to determine the accuracy of patients responses. Checking a variety of data points can help to determine the extent of bias in the patient response.
Included Data Points
- Response Time
- Facial Action Units (in beta)
- Subconscious Confusion (in beta)
- Transdermal Imaging (coming soon)
The results of the computer analysis allows physicians to discuss those areas of health that may be causing internal conflict with the patient. By creating a meaningful patient interaction physicians are able to accurately diagnose and completely treat patients in a comprehensive manner.