ByteUnited advances are addressed to the weakest element of the EMR system - entering to
and getting from the cloud patient’s data:
Doctor checks out patient’s data to local computer or hospital proxy server. It provides
access to patient’s medical information, such as: previous diagnoses, prescribed
medications, laboratory results, conclusions of other doctors, etc.
Doctor edits “living document” - set of dedicated files with diagnoses, prescribed
medications, etc. It is more suitable to capture changes that occur over the course of a
disease, a period of hospitalization, or over a lifespan of an individual. In most cases only
a small number of incremental changes needs to be recorded. A document like that will
have all typical tracking metadata (e.g. who entered information, where, and when).
Doctor submits edited files to the system and all other participants get notification about
update. Submit contains information about time, author and changed files as well as
accompanied comment which looks like email’s subject in the event log.
Lab also submits result of test to the system with comment and doctor get notification.
To understand the history of treatment doctor should study event log: it shows which
treatment was used, by whom and when.
With ByteUnited Office, doctors can analyze data with the help of artificial intelligence.
Billing and other corresponding documents generated by system automatically and stored
in document history.
ByteUnited technology provides secure granted access to patient’s data and all access activity
monitored by the system.
Patient’s data is stored in one container called repository. Due to such data organization
repositories could be spread between cluster of servers in the cloud. It dramatically reduces
server workload and allows to serve millions of patients. Hospitals in this data model don’t
need big server farm, because they store data for currently admitted patients. As soon as
patient is discharged data is returned to the cloud.
Records with excluded personal information are stored in the medical knowledge database for AI analysis.
ByteUnited is a pioneer in implementation of distributed EMR model and provides the core
technology of EMR. Whole implementation and deployment needs collaboration with other
players and big political and finance invasion