What’s the missing link in helping patients manage their healthcare? For Darla Brown, cancer survivor and Co-Founder of Intake.me it’s being able to easily access health records between different healthcare providers. The problem? Interoperability between EHR providers and the ease of accessing medical records. In looking at the problem from the patient’s perspective Darla and her co-founder Dr. Emily Lu joined forces to develop a platform to enable unifying a patient medical history. Intake.me is easy to access, intuitive and free to the patient. The beta version of Intake.me launches in October 2015. Listen to our conversation or drop in at the time stamps below:
[01:33] Products developed are not from a patient’s perspective.
[02:54] What was your experience?
[03:50] Entertainment and Media experience
[05:27] Banks and interoperability
[06:18] What is intake.me
[07:39] How have you integrated with EMR platforms?
[08:54] What drove this? Patients or Physicians?
09:54 Patient portals or Intake.Me?
00:58 Regina Holliday
[13:27] What does the platform look like?
[14:54] Signing up – as patient or through physican office
[15:15] Beta launch
[16:00] Pricing model
[16:42] Frequent flyers and low digital use
[17:57] Dr. Emily Lu – Co-Founder
[19:07] Intake.Me and Stanford
[20:54] New digitally savvy physician
[21:54] Replacing EMR platforms?
[22:50] Development Team
23:33 Empowered Patient Tweet Chat: #PatientChat Christina Lizaso @btrfly12
[25:40] Conflict of interest?
[27:20] What have you talked about?
29:00 Schedule for #PatientChat
[29:47] Presence of Physicians in Tweet Chats
30:24 Signing up for Intake.me
[30:50] How does the data entry work?
32:22 Social Media Tip: Paul Levy – “Be Personal”
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