The CSI Health System is offered as a distribution tool for services. Kiosks are placed at the worksite as well as in retail settings and act as self-directed clinics for individuals to use for monitoring blood pressure, weight, BMI, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Coumadin levels, and alcohol levels and can be used to speak with a Nurse and/or Physician using the Telehealth feature with two-way video conferencing. Telephone and Internet access is available nationwide through a toll free number that would be established for each client, and CSI would custom develop a landing page with the client logo and authentication measures to access the online scheduling and video tools.
CSI’s Branding Department specializes in custom branding of customer Health System Kiosks to further enhance the personalized aesthetics and recognition of the customer’s brand.
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Program / Software Customization
CSI’s continuing mission since 1978 has been to lead with unique and patented solutions for the needs of the healthcare industry, as well as many other markets. Our software development team offers complete, turnkey installation and service programs for all CSI Health System Kiosks.
The mobile application is a member engagement tool used to encourage registration, completion of health risk assessments, and other surveys. The Mobile App also collects patient reported data or other clinical data and can provide a connection to health care providers.
Trade Partner Advertising
Exclusive opportunities are available for sponsored trade partner advertising on the interior and exterior of CSI Health System Kiosks. Customize outside panels with your corporate logo and message, or use the outside LCD video monitor for targeted program promotion and education.
National Service Network
CSI offers a national service network to maintain CSI Health Systems at peak performance levels. On-site preventative maintenance includes calibration, adjustments, updates, and replacement of parts.
Screening & Billable Encounters
For procedures, tests or professional consultations originating inside the kiosk, CSI collects the encounter or procedure data and processes a claims submission through an EDI clearinghouse or other preferred method of billing. Reporting tools and metrics are offered for all submitted claims. Data can be manually entered for encounters conducted outside of the Health Station’s embedded services.
CSI conducts 270/271 eligibility checks from a client list or through a known payor EDI clearinghouse. The user interface offers layers of security including username/password, photo ID webcam, 4 digit PIN, mag strip cared reader, electronic signature pad, or optional fingerprint scan device, all of which integrate with real-time eligibility processes.
CSI’s EDI (electronic data interchange) Platform enables computer-to-computer interchange of strictly formatted messages that represent documents other than monetary instruments. EDI implies a sequence of messages between two parties, either of whom may serve as originator or recipient. The formatted data representing the documents is transmitted securely from originator to recipient via telecommunications or physically transported on electronic storage saving time and money.
Data interfaces utilize channels that collect, organize, and transfer real-time patient reported data, test data, and clinical data across systems, locations, and communities. The CSI Health Resource System Platform is built on Microsoft IIS web server, using the Microsoft.NET Framework for application development and Microsoft SQL Server for data storage. This architecture provides a robust, scalable, enterprise-class platform for centralizing application development, web services (SOAP or XML over HTTPS), and deep integration with existing administrative and clinical systems. Unlike other, more proprietary architectures, the CSI architecture ensures that administrative and clinical data can be shared across the enterprise with the widest possible variety of data repositories for electronic medical records, personal health records, end user, and administrative applications. As required by HIPAA, all of these data exchanges occur using only SSL-encrypted (HTTPS) and/or secure FTP (FTPS) communications between the unit, server platform, and external systems.
Personal Health Records (PHRs) / Electronic Medical Records (EMRs)
Powerful CSI technology offers a HIPAA-compliant (HL7) server side management platform that enables users to establish a Personal Health Record (PHR), store and retrieve health progress over time for personal analysis, which enables the exchange of health information in a standard format beyond the health organization that originally collects and compiles a patient’s information and is designed to share information with other health care providers, such as laboratories and specialists, so they contain information from all the clinicians involved in the patient’s care. CSI Platform Architecture is deployed in an Enterprise Cloud with three (3) Platforms and eight (8) modules to ramp up with demand.
An Electronic Medical Record (EMR) on the other hand, contains the standard medical and clinical data gathered in one provider’s office. The information stored in an EMR is not easily shared with providers outside of a practice, and a patient’s record may even need to be printed out and delivered by mail to specialists and other members of the care team.
Multiple Language Capabilities
CSI is a unique company that provides both hardware and software through our patented process, which is one-of-a-kind not only in the United State but also the world. Beginning May 1, 2014 we will be providing service on our Kiosks in 5 languages including, English, Spanish, Mandarin, French, and Russian. Additionally we will have connectivity for an additional 12 languages via an interpreter line. Today we service over 4,700 locations nationally and perform over 100 million tests per year.
Telehealth / Telemedicine
CSI offer’s Telehealth on its Health System Kiosks using telecommunications technology to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration. These technologies include audio and/or videoconferencing, the internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media, and terrestrial and wireless communications.
Telehealth differs from Telemedicine because it refers to a broader scope of remote healthcare services than telemedicine. While Telemedicine refers specifically to remote clinical services, Telehealth may commonly refer to remote non-clinical services, such as provider training, administrative meetings, and continuing medical education, in addition to clinical services.
CSI holds the Patent for Telehealth/Telemedicine (which is any biometric testing and/or information gathered on a Kiosk, laptop, etc. that is moved through the Internet to a Platform or Cloud) in addition to the Patent for our revolutionary automated non-invasive methodology for taking blood pressure with unparalleled accuracy, the ADA wheelchair accessible seat with seated weight measurement, and the Patent for health service and information system and controller with logic to perform, process and store measurements acquired from a user. In addition, CSI has 7 Patents pending in the area of Health, Wellness, and Community Health.
Wellness and Member Engagement
Evidence shows that accessibility to testing and screenings at a convenient location where individuals work, shop, and receive medical care on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis is a critical component of Wellness; and an important key to effective Wellness is engagement and individualized communication. Engaged employees take action to connect to available support resources and take responsibility for managing their health. Wellness, Compliance, and Data must go hand-in-hand.
CSI believes privacy is one of the most important features we offer and is a critical element in providing health care to the public. CSI introduced its 9KEX Fully Enclosed, ADA and HIPAA Compliant Virtual eClinic Health System (Patent Pending) in 2012, and all of the CSI Health System Kiosks offer individuals the ability to create and manage their account from the kiosk or their web browser. Multiple levels of user authentication are available including passwords/PIN, mag stripe card, proximity card, RF card, thumbprint, signature, secret question/answer, and facial recognition; and other technologies may be implemented as they become available.