Patient Reporting and Educational System


 

The PRES systems provide personalized patient care by interfacing directly with patients to increase compliance, manage side effects, manage symptoms, reduce patient hospitalizations, conduct patient surveys, and collect patient-reported outcomes. The system support multiple languages, platforms, and is 100% database-driven, enabling rapid scalability as well as customizability from the individual patient all the way up to the hospital level.

Using the Patient Reporting and Educational System to manage patients is simple to implement with any size population. PRES allows control of the level of engagement, types of outreach, and urgency of follow-ups.

Use PRES In The Ways That Best Reach Your Population

Use the methodology that best suites your patient population. Let our experienced team help you find the best outreach technique based on the factors of your population. Use multiple outreaches to guarantee the greatest impact.

 


IVR | Interactive Voice Response

PRES IVR is completely database-driven, meaning calls can be dynamic, changing based on how a patient has responded during one call or over a series of calls. The system can also take into account a patient’s diagnosis and treatment plans.

The entire PRES platform is customizable at the hospital, practice, physician, and patient level. This means that a system put in place by a hospital system could be customized by each physician in their network to suit their individual needs, while still being compatible on a larger scale.

PRES can interface into any EMR and change the questions automatically based on real-time data. Outcomes and patient statuses can be faxed or uploaded into an EMR.

Features:

  • Patient Education
  • Patient Adherence; Including Medication Reminders
  • Facilitate Clinical Studies; Including Data Collection
  • Patient Symptom Management
  • Automated Patient Surveys
  • Dynamic Questions Based on Previous Responses, Medications, & Co-Morbidities
Development History and Clinical Studies:

EMOL Health started development of our IVR system, our “phone system”, in 2009 with guidance from Michigan State University College of Nursing.

Multiple case studies have been conducted with groups such as Michigan State University College of Nursing, Florida Hospital System, and Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy. The IVR system has been clinically proven to be as effective and in some cases more effective than nursing calls. This can be seen in the following two case studies: Symptom Management for Cancer Patients and Managing Symptoms Among Patients With Breast Cancer During Chemotherapy. Additionally this technology was further put into use through CMS and the MSU Institute for Health Policy in their Michigan Medicaid for a new Quality Improvement initiative in adult asthma care.


SMS | Short Message Service

PRES SMS is completely database-driven, meaning calls can be dynamic, changing based on how a patient has responded during one call or over a series of calls. The system can also take into account a patient’s diagnosis and treatment plans.

The entire PRES platform is customizable at the hospital, practice, physician, and patient level. This means that a system put in place by a hospital system could be customized by each physician in their network to suit their individual needs, while still being compatible on a larger scale.

PRES can interface into any EMR and change the questions automatically based on real-time data. Outcomes and patient statuses can be faxed or uploaded into an EMR.

Features:
  • Medication Reminders
  • Compliance Checking
  • Dynamic Questions Based on Previous Responses, Medications, & Co-Morbidities
  • Customizable at the Practice-, Physician-, & Patient-Level
Development History and Clinical Studies:

EMOL Health started development of our Short Message Service (SMS) system, our “texting system”, in 2012. Two case studies using this technology were conducted by Sandra Spolestra, PhD, RN, FAAN of Michigan State University College of Nursing funded by NIH and The McKesson Foundation. The 2015 publication on this research: Feasibility of a Text Messaging Intervention to Promote Symptom Management and Medication Adherence for Patients Prescribed Oral Anti-Cancer Agents. Additionally this technology was further put into use through CMS and the MSU Institute for Health Policy in their Michigan Medicaid for a new Quality Improvement initiative in adult asthma care.


APP | PRES Mobile and PRES Rx

EMOL Health has developed apps which interface into our core database allowing us to not only perform IVR calls and txt patient reminders, but also to conduct the same services on tablets and mobile devices. This system can be used in a physician’s office as well as at the patient’s home.

The mobile system is completely database-driven, meaning questions can be dynamic, changing based on how a patient has responded while using the system or over a series of uses. The system can also take into account a patient’s diagnosis and treatment plans.

The mobile system is customizable and skin-able at the hospital, practice, and physician level. This means that a system put in place by a hospital system could be customized by each physician in their network to suit their individual needs, while still being compatible on a larger scale.

PRES can interface into any EMR and change the questions automatically based on real-time data. Outcomes and patient statuses can be faxed or uploaded into an EMR.

Features:

  • Picture Taking for documentation and independent third party review
  • Multiple language support and helpful interactive human analogs
  • Printing Symptom Management information for initiatives like Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI)
  • Video support
  • Dynamic Question Support Based on Previous Responses, Medications, & Co-Morbidities
  • History & Physical (H & P) Forms
  • Case Report Form (CRF)
  • Customizable at:
    • Practice Level
    • Physician Level
    • Patient-Level
Development History and Clinical Studies:

Developed in 2012 and 2013 for uses in the medical and home spectrums. In 2014, PRES Rx was used in the clinical trial Beta Testing a Novel Smartphone Application to Improve Medication Adherence by Erin Sarzynski, MD, MS of Michigan State University. PRES Mobile has been used by Apria Health for Respiratory Readmission Reductions and by Veronica Decker, PhD in her study Piloting an Automated Distress Management Program in an Oncology Practice.


WEB | Online Access and Resources

EMOL Health has developed a web-based interface into our core database allowing providers to conduct the same services from PRES as on tablets and mobile devices. The WEB system can be used in a physician’s office as well as at the patient’s home.

The WEB system is completely database-driven, meaning questions can be dynamic, changing based on how a patient has responded while using the system or over a series of uses. The system can also take into account a patient’s diagnosis and treatment plans.

The WEB system is customizable and skin-able at the hospital, practice, and physician level. This means that a system put in place in a hospital network could be customized by each physician in their network to suit their individual needs, while still being compatible on a larger scale.

PRES can interface into any EMR and change the questions automatically based on real-time data. Outcomes and patient statuses can be faxed or uploaded into an EMR.

Features:
  • Interface with any EHR and used with any modern browser
  • Picture taking for documentation and independent third party review (when provided a webcam)
  • Multiple language support and helpful interactive human analogs
  • Printing Symptom Management information for initiatives like Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI)
  • Video support
  • Dynamic Question Support Based on Previous Responses, Medications, & Co-Morbidities
  • History & Physical (H & P) Forms
  • Case Report Form (CRF)
  • Customizable at:
    • Practice Level
    • Physician Level
    • Patient-Level
Development History and Clinical Studies:

Developed in 2016 for uses in the medical and home spectrums. In 2016, PRES WEB was used to create and distribute Dr. Decker’s Breast Cancer Risk Assessment (BCRA). The BCRA uses 17 questions to determine a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer over 5-years, their lifetime, and determines genetic and lifestyle risk factors that could affect a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.


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