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Service Cycle | Task Workflow Management Concept Illustration
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Study the attached file that shows the problem we address at the top and our solution at the bottom. A. Problem description: We sell service cycle management software. Our target audience are healthcare practice owners and their staff: doctors, nurses, technicians, and front and back office personnel - they all rely on this system to tell them what is the next task they need to do and what is the total number of outstanding tasks for today. Each patient requires one or more service cycles. Each patient service cycle is defined by hundreds of tasks: patient education about her condition, appointment scheduling, insurance benefit verification, visit documentation, sales of medications and exercise equipment, insurance claim preparation, submission, and payment reconciliation and followup, scheduling of the follow up appointment, reminders, and so on. For example: a practice that sees 50 patients a day generates thousands of such tasks and dozens of people need to keep processing them continuously. It is very easy to loose track of any one item when relying on your memory, and the downside is huge as in extreme cases, a patient may die if given a wrong medication or not followed up on an exam with bad diagnosis. Six distinct functions serve every patient service cycle (top picture in the attached file). Improving any one individual function by 5% may yield 5% better overall profitability. The Practice Owner’s challenge is 3-fold: #1. synchronize all 6 disparate systems #2. access and analyze operational reports #3. make sure every task is created and executed B. Solution Description (bottom pic of the attached file): Our software is an all-in-one solution for healthcare practice management. It is also called task workflow management software. Our Workflow software brings all the needed practice management tools together to complete patient service cycle precisely and consistently, without loosing any detail: scheduling, documentation, billing, tracks all the open tasks, clusters them and assigns them to specialists for very quick processing, continuously reports the status by patient, by processor, by entire facility, and then generates new tasks automatically for people who are responsible for scheduling, documentation and billing to keep moving the patients through the service cycle. Simple Workflow connects all 6 functions in a single All-in-One System and ensures that every task is created and completed. Our Workflow software takes in millions of complex tasks, groups them into manageable clusters and processes them very quickly to complete a service cycle. It tracks status of each task and it also tracks backlogs of those tasks for each person assigned to do anything for those tasks, and it generates new tasks that are required to move move ahead in the service cycle.
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We need a concept illustration. How would you describe a workflow? It's hard - see how Hubspot uses a variation of funnel to illustrate their concept of all-in-one Inbound marketing solution. We are looking for a similar concept illustration for workflow - not for marketing funnel. If you study the attached illustration, you might notice that a hexagon is used lots of times: #1. when defining the 6 essential functions to grow a profitable practice, #2. when describing 6 stand-alone systems (one for each essential function) that participate in each patient service cycle, #3. when defining a task and then again when describing a Simple Workflow engine #4. when using Simple Workflow engine to consolidate the 6 essential stand-alone systems into a single all-in-one system as a concept and then detailed collection of 32 individual hexagonal function-cells. So perhaps some variation of hexagons would serve base for concept illustration - maybe two embedded or interlocked or somehow otherwise stylized hexagons? Once we converge on a hexagon-style concept, other ideas, such as logo will come up.
I attach 3 key formulas that define practice Revenue, a list of 6 essential Vericle components that impact various factors in the Revenue formula, and the key message of the All-In-One solution, which is the Compounded Profitability. Thinking about bees: by following simple workflow, clear division of functions, and honeycombs, they build sophisticated multi-functional beehives. Follow my infographic to see how a honeycomb can be used to define the 6 essential practice management features, 6 essential systems (one for each feature) that participate in the patient service cycle, task and simple workflow, and a consolidated all-in-one solution.
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