Customer Project Portfolio
Find below an overview how some of our customers are using the LOGICNETS platform.
Rome Foundation – Interactive Decision Toolkit
Rome Foundation is the leading global medical society focused on functional gastroenterology disorders (FGIDS). Partnering with LOGICNETS, Rome has created a powerful online application for interactively guiding medical practitioners through the complex protocols for diagnosing and treating a wide range of complex mind-gut disorders. Users visually navigate the foundation’s renowned Rome Algorithms and Multi-Dimensional Clinical Profiles to ensure they have considered all key FGID diagnostic factors and are aware of the most effective treatment options and advice. The system is both a learning tool and a powerful point-of-care resource. It has the ability to track the patient’s diagnostic and treatment profile in the context of Rome’s structured algorithms and provides dynamic access to related research and medical evidence.
Thermo King – ServiceTAP Interactive Maintenance System
Thermo King is a leading manufacturer of HVAC systems for transportation. Throughout the world, TK-branded cooling units are one of the most common elements associated with the trucks and vans that we all see on the roads. Thermo King has created a powerful tool in LOGICNETS to automate the maintenance process and allow dealerships to provide corrective and preventative troubleshooting and resolution. The application runs on handheld systems that can connect directly to the device and then dynamically acquire service history information from central Thermo King databases. The system then identifies likely issues and guides the user through Thermo King’s formal troubleshooting procedures to diagnose and resolve issues.
Texas Instruments – Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing QC Protocols and Ordering Portal
Texas Instruments uses LOGICNETS as an application platform to enable engineers to create and maintain a wide range of internal testing protocols that guide manufacturing staff through quality control processes in TI factories throughout the world. The company also uses LOGICNETS as a platform for a sophisticated supplier ordering portal that intelligently links members of the TI supply chain to the components and processes they need to acquire to perform their functions.
Ford – Paint Quality Monitoring, Analysis and Diagnostics
Ford developed with the LOGICNETS platform a suite of applications for monitoring, analyzing and resolving paint defects that may occur during the manufacturing process. The company has created a visual defect counting application that runs on hand-held devices for real-time monitoring of defects in production. They also use LOGICNETS’ ability to automate complex diagnostic protocols and enhance their use with LOGICNETS predictive capabilities to investigate root cause and to document defect causes and resolutions which are managed in and shared through the LOGICNETS' knowledge Center.
LEGO – Element Design Protocols
LEGO uses LOGICNETS to capture a wide range of expert processes and then guide all employees interactively so that “each engineer is as good as the best”. The company is constantly designing new elements. However, it is critical that these elements retain a critical level of quality and compatibility with LEGO manufacturing and design standards. The LOGICNETS application created by LEGO ensures that staff have dynamic and interactive access to all protocols.
UCSF Medical Center - Pre-Op Diabetes Management
The UCSF Diabetes Research Center is a leading authority on the proper preparation of diabetes patients for surgery. Diabetes patients cannot simply refrain from eating prior to an operation and require very specific guidelines for how to adjust their food and medicine intake as they prepare for surgery. It took UCSF over a year to develop a complex series of protocols that could provide guidance for virtually every diabetes patient scenario. The team was able to model and test these protocols into LOGICNETS decision trees and deploy their application for online use in less than 10 days. UCSF believes that this application can provide great benefits to hospitals and practitioners and has licensed LOGICNETS to resell its turn-key application so that other organizations can access reliable and current advice for their own organizations.
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UpToDate – Advanced Clinical Decision Support PATHWAYS
UpToDate has used LOGICNETS as the underlying platform on which to build and deliver its next generation online clinical guidance system - Pathways. Pathways is a highly visual browser-based application that is being offered to UpToDate’s subscription base of over 1.3 million physicians worldwide. Physicians can interactively navigate diagnostic and treatment pathways for a wide range of medical conditions, gaining critical and up-to-date guidance and immediate access to related reference information and evidence.
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PALGA – Synoptic Reporting for Pathology
PALGA is the national pathology foundation of the Netherlands. It is empowered by the Dutch national health system to provide a mandatory synoptic reporting application that is used by all pathologists in the country working out of 56 regional pathology labs. The LOGICNETS application uses PALGA-modeled decisioning to enable pathologists to most efficiently capture critical reporting information and ensuring accurate and complete report submissions. The result of deploying LOGICNETS has not only led to high user satisfaction ratings from the pathologists and an increase in the quality of the reporting, but has greatly improved the ability of the foundation to enable pathology research.
SHM – Long Term Structured Data Collection for HIV Patients
SHM has used LOGICNETS as its platform to create a robust end-to-end workflow for nationwide monitoring and assistance of all patients in the Netherlands known to have HIV. Their LOGICNETS platform manages and tracks patients and staff members, identifying roles and responsibilities and sequencing interactive guidance through protocols into a sophisticated and long-term structured process. Staff members access the system from all over the country on their devices to determine the patients and patient cases they need to interact with and manage. Within the system, they activate guided processes to properly collect information in a timely and complete manner and the system dynamically process these inputs, generating reports, priority action items, and organizing the data so that it can be used for large-scale population health studies.