IDG MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC

What We Do
Research and Clinical Outcomes

Our Research and Development is based on market needs of Health industry professionals in the U.S., Australia and India and is designed to form the basis of a Clinical Risk Management Program based on variances of clinical data readings, abnormalities in Color Doppler, X- Rays, MRI, CT-Scans or Retina Scan images and Laboratory Results.

Management of Variances

To date our proprietary technology has been integrated with the following devices to manage Chronic Disease.

Medical Device Output Chronic Disease
Patient Monitors Data Patient vitals including BP, SPO2,
EKG Text / Graph Cardiology, Diabetes 
Color Doppler Images Cardiology
Ultrasound Images GI , systems and Gynaecology. reviews
MRI / CT Scan Images Neurology / Stroke
Cancer / Palliative Care
OCT Retina Scan/ Funduscope Images Diabetic Retinopathy
BP Monitor Data Heart Disease, Diabetes,
Weighing Scale Data Heart Disease, Diabetes,
Pulse Oximeter Data Patient Vitals / COPD
Glucometer  Data Diabetes

Current developments also include applications to incorporate devices to monitor Sleep Apnea and Stroke and a specific process to manage Mental Health.

The technology includes features to incorporate clinical data thresholds for each patient based on their age and clinical profile.

The Daily dashboard which highlights variances from these thresholds is furnished to the Primary Practice Physician as the first stage of a clinical risk management process.

Patient BP BP-HR Spo2 Spo2-HR Weight Change over 2 days BMI
Sith 120/96 110 80% 109 2.9 lbs 31kg/m2
Sanders 160/94 102 82% 101 2.4 lbs 29kg/m2
Sharma 165/80 105 87% 107 2.6 lbs 32kg/m2

The figure below provides a sample of the Integrated Patient Clinical repository which can be accessed by Physicians, Nurses and Members of the Multidisciplinary Team from any location to manage risk and communicate with the patient.

MR_ID Test Instance Time Parameter Value Unit
00000000600 11/16/2012 11:12 am HR-BP 67 BPM
00000000597 11/16/2012 11:12 am BP 102/71 mmHg
00000000592 11/11/2012 04:17 pm HR-SpO2 85 BPM
00000000584 11/07/2012 01:32 pm HR-SpO2 82 BPM
00000000583 11/07/2012 07:59 am BP 118/77 mmHg
00000000575 11/07/2012 07:59 am BP 121/74 mmHg
00000000575 11/07/2012 07:58 am BP 96/65 mmHg
00000000565 11/07/2012 07:58 am BP 96/59 mmHg
00000000552 10/31/2012 01:58 am HR-SpO2 81 BPM
00000000550 10/31/2012 01:58 am HR-SpO2 84 BPM
00000000544 10/31/2012 01:58 am HR-SpO2 86 BPM
00000000556 10/31/2012 01:58 am HR-SpO2 83 BPM
00000000532 10/23/2012 11:47 pm Retina Scan
00000000530 10/23/2012 11:17 am Fundscope Image - Post Op
00000000529 10/23/2012 10:36 am EKG - Graph
00000000528 10/23/2012 10:11 am Ultrasound Image
00000000527 10/23/2012 10:05 am Fundscope Image - Post Op
00000000525 10/04/2012 02:45 am EKG - Graph
00000000521 10/04/2012 02:45 am Doppler Image

The Clinical Outcomes below relate to a Diabetes Program for a 3,000 Patient population developed by our Director Mr Giridharan Vaidyanathan.

Clinical outcomes for diabetes care Target patient population 3,000
ER Use per 1000 Decreased by 20%
Hospitalization or Readmissions per 1000 Decreased by 19%
BP ≤ 130 / 80 Increased by 9%
Hb A1C < 6.5 Increased by 14%
BMI ≤ 24 kg / M2 Increased by 6%
Albumin ≤ 30 Increased by 5%
LDI < 100 Increased by 9%
LDL < 70 Increased by 2%
Retina Scan Screenings Increased by 35%
Feet Exam Screenings Increased by 14%