Scenario one (1): Benefit Utilization Scenario - Health Care Transitions for a critical patient's care.
Model Protocol for Virtual Simulation
Stroke victim found down at residence & 911 called by bystander/family member
Dispatched EMS Personnel, ground transport vehicle (activated by emergency service), EMS care interventions, and EMS communication with receiving hospital (stroke alert activate via phone/radio) <Just Say Yes Protocols Begin>
Community hospital receives EMS alert and estimated arrival of patient with stroke symptoms
Community hospital - Emergency Room arrival and expedited imaging (i.e., CT scan), laboratory specimens collected
Community hospital - Emergency Provider care encounter and referral of stroke patient for a higher-level of care (i.e., neurointerventional radiology) at another hospital (with a stroke center)
Stroke Center (Hospital with advanced resources for stroke patient) receives alert from Community hospital with patient with diagnosed stroke.
Stroke Center - Communications center “fast-track stroke alert” from provider at community hospital to a receiving provider.
Critical Care Transport Team inter-facility air/ground transport (from community hospital to stroke center) notified/dispatched.
Stroke Center - Emergency Department orders CT patient Imaging study
Stroke Center - Critical Care Transport Team intra-facility transports stroke patient from Emergency Department to CT Scan
Stroke Center - Critical Care Transport Team intra-facility transports stroke patient from CT scan to Emergency Department
Stroke Center - Critical Care Transport Team intra-facility transports stroke patient from Emergency Department to Interventional Radiology
Stroke Center - Critical Care Transport Team intra-facility transports stroke patient from Interventional Radiology to ICU for admission <Just Say Yes Protocol Ends and Traditional Protocols Begin>
Stroke Center - Patient discharge (from stroke center to patient residence)
This video is an example augmented reality video presentation in a conference room with a proof of concept of a 3d Object for initial care setting that would model the initial critical transport protocols that lead to valuable health outcomes in stroke victims.