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MD VUEHR

MD VUEHR (pronounced viewer) is a software company that specializes in providing interoperability amongst health
systems with disparate EHRs by establishing an intermediate software platform that utilizes AI (Artificial
Intelligence) and APIs (Application Program Interfaces).
Mission/Vision
Our mission is to create a software that establishes interoperability amongst disparate electronic health records. Our company's goal is to revolutionize electronic health records via our software.
Type of Organization
Startup - Newly established businesses, investable
Size of Organization
0-10
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United States

ProView
MD VUEHR (pronounced viewer) is a software company that specializes in providing interoperability amongst health
systems with disparate EHRs by establishing an intermediate software platform that utilizes AI (Artificial
Intelligence) and APIs (Application Program Interfaces). The software named, ProView, is a cloud-based
software that assembles and displays the relevant clinical issues across multiple platforms, enabling
providers to rapidly assimilate information without having to flip through pages on different EHRs. The
software establishes a bridge that pulls from the current EHR and external EHRs (within or outside the
health system) to create an intermediate platform that provides a comprehensive view of the patient's
health records. As a result, the physician has a more comprehensive view of patient information, and it
increases face-to-face interaction between the patient and provider, all while decreasing screen time for
providers through systematic suggestions that is produced by the AI. Additionally, our service includes
EHR integration and business process streamlining to improve efficiency, encourage interoperability,
improve quality of care, and reduce administrative costs through the elimination of medical redundancies.
Category of Innovation
Health IT - Health IT refers to the “pipes” or “infrastructure” that technological systems are built upon and that digital health solutions may use to provide information or other necessities. Ex. Electronic medical records (EMRs)
Intended End User
Patient - Individuals who receive health care
Provider - Individuals or organizations responsible for providing care to patients (e.g. doctors, nurses, hospital/clinic administrators, etc.)
Startup - newly established business, investable
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Problem
Problem (i.e. barrier, issue, complication, etc.) being solved for the end user
Since the HITECH Act was established in 2009, health systems have transitioned from paperbased
health records to electronic health records. Through this transition, EHR vendors such as Epic,
Cerner, Meditech, and more have become industry vendors as they incorporated their EHR platforms into
health systems nationwide. However, each EHR is specifically unique based on that health system. Based
on a survey completed by HIMSS Analytics, nationwide, the average hospital or health system has
sixteen disparate EHR vendors that use its facilitated practices; 75% of those hospitals use 10+ disparate
EHR vendors, while only 2% of hospitals have a single vendor in use at affiliated practices.

In 2018, The Physicians Foundation conducted a survey amongst physicians that provided key
insight as to what contributes to dissatisfaction while practicing medicine such as, physician burnout and
low morale. The results indicated that the leading cause of what is least satisfying when physicians
practice medicine is secondary to EHR design and lack of interoperability (39.2% of physicians).
Therefore, interoperability amongst disparate electronic health records has become an ongoing issue in
healthcare which leads to decreased provider efficiency and increased physician burnout.
Idea/solution to the problem, if applicable
ProView assembles and displays the relevant clinical issues across multiple platforms, enabling
providers to rapidly assimilate information without having to flip through pages on different EHRs. The
software establishes a bridge that pulls from the current EHR and external EHRs (within or outside the
health system) to create an intermediate platform that provides a comprehensive view of the patient's
health records. As a result, the physician has a more comprehensive view of patient information, and it
increases face-to-face interaction between the patient and provider, all while decreasing screen time for
providers through systematic suggestions that is produced by the AI. Additionally, our service includes
EHR integration and business process streamlining to improve efficiency, encourage interoperability,
improve quality of care, and reduce administrative costs through the elimination of medical redundancies.
Level of adoption (i.e. list of customers/users, testimonials, etc.), if applicable
ProView’s primary target market is outpatient health systems with disparate EHRs that require
integration and interoperability. Healthcare is shifting to a value-based model which provides incentives
for health systems to focus on outpatient care as a strategy to grow their revenue. Nationwide, outpatient
facility visits increased by 14% and gross outpatient revenue per visit increased by 45% from 2005-2015.
Impact (i.e. measurable outcomes), if applicable
As technology continues to advance, health systems continue to adapt by implementing an
efficient EHR and straying away from paper-based health information exchange. The EHR market was
worth nearly $20 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow an estimated $33 billion by 2025. However,
based on a survey completed by HIMSS Analytics, nationwide, the average hospital or health system has
sixteen disparate EHR vendors that use its facilitated practices; 75% of those hospitals use 10+ disparate
EHR vendors, while only 2% of hospitals have a single vendor in use at affiliated practices.

As of last year, there were 684 certified EHR vendors supplying Outpatient Health Systems and
186 supplying Acute Care Hospitals. ProView will initially focus on implementing our software in health
systems with either Epic or Cerner EHRs. Epic (28% market share) and Cerner (26%) are currently the
top two EHR vendors that are incorporated within health systems nationwide. By establishing
interoperability within these
Funding Stage
Not Applicable
List of Funding Sources (if applicable)
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