Star Tech Group
Star Tech Team:
◦ Venu Yankarla: Senior I.T. Manager
◦ Vasu Polu: I.T. Manager
Star Tech Team Business Background:
◦ Home Based Services
◦ Medical Transcription Services
◦ Star Health Card Services
◦ Acclaim 2.0 Education
◦ Star Care India
◦ Handout Structure / Presentation / Discussion /
Budget Lockdown in D.C.
Budget slashing in every State.
Tsunami / Earthquake in Japan
Middle Eastern Crisis
World-wide Financial Crisis
Mortgage Crisis in USA
September 11, 2001 Attack
Tech Bubble of 2000
Cause: Unemployment of
No Middle Class Growth
$50 Trillion Asset Value Lost
◦ A Nation of dropouts
◦ State of education significant contribution
◦ Must generate long-term economic growth to pay
off large sums of debt
◦ An unskilled work force makes that hard.
Country: Portugal on the brink of breakdown
Countries with systemic risk: PIIGS
Portugal, Ireland, Iceland, Greece, Spain
The rich world cannot
afford another crisis
Average Debt of Central
Govt: 74% of GDP
◦ Triple the level of 1974
◦ Pile of debt: 90% of GDP
◦ Uneducated Population
◦ No manufacturing base
◦ Slow growth over a decade
◦ Calcified Bureaucracy
◦ Immigrants Issue
◦ Evaluation Teachers
Resulted in 2008 strikes.
◦ Deep cuts in school budgets
China 2nd largest economy in
China projected to be the
largest economy by 2020 /
◦ Growing Middle Class
◦ Educated Workforce
◦ Low Cost Labor
A reflection of the post WWII
track of USA.
India: 10 working people support 5 children
and one adult.
◦ In 15 years: 10 w.p. support 4 children and 1 adult.
Reverse Trend in U.S.A.
◦ Growth rate chasing china
Middle Class Growth
Internal Market Growth
Vanishing middle class
◦ 75% from Wages
◦ 14% Interest /Dividend
◦ 8% Govt. Benefits
◦ 64% from Wages
◦ 18% Govt. Benefits
◦ 85% from labor in 1970
◦ 61% from labor in 2010
Reversal In Employment Trends 2010 1960
Employees in Government Sector 22.5 M 8.70 M
Employees in Manufacturing Sector 11.5 M 15.0 M
$ 1Trillion of $ 2.2 Trillion Govt. Spending for
pay and benefits.
Every state except Indiana & Wisconsin have
more on govt. payroll than manufacturing.
California :2.4 M Govt. Employees
◦ Twice as many as in manufacturing
School Spending being watched: 1970 to
◦ School spending per pupil (adj. inflation) doubled.
◦ Standardized Achievement Test Scores flat.
◦ Employment in schools doubled.
Immediate spending cuts: 2 to 5 year period.
Every country is pulling jobs locally
◦ Thanks to technology!
One cannot cut yourself to greatness
One cannot bail yourself out with a pail
Growth is the only option / requires ed. workforce
Innovate your way out: Technology system support
Where is the blind spot?
◦ For our children?
◦ For our future?
Strong Community Leadership
◦ Manage the crisis to stabilize today.
◦ Leverage the crisis to secure tomorrow.
◦ Around the curve / extended vision guidance.
Prepare for the blind spots: short term / long term.
Every crisis is an opportunity
◦ Shakes up the organization out of the zone of comfort.
◦ Resistance to change is minimized.
◦ Turf wars become secondary.
◦ Organization solidarity to face a common threat!
◦ Prepare for the unexpected!
Government driven employment model: Out
Escalation of benefits from Govt.: Out
Lifetime tenure at work: Out
Lifetime career: Out
Structured work environment: Out
Structured productivity expectations: Out
◦ Project management career model
◦ Career productivity demonstration: frequently
◦ Flexible work assignment: 24/7/365
◦ Retirement / 401K benefit model out.
◦ Continuous educational qualifications matter.
ONLY POSSIBLE BY
TAKING CHARGE IN OUR
Transformed Discoverers with great wealth!
1st & 2nd Generations Benefited.
A successful upper & middle class created.
Transformed Texas into a power house.
◦ Entry of the multinationals.
◦ Consolidation of regional players.
◦ Consolidation of management positions.
◦ Revival of the fields at high price points.
◦ Service related job swings a new norm.
◦ Industry creates a passing lifestyle.
◦ Not staying wealth.
◦ We, the leadership of Permian Basin will drill through
the assumptions and bureaucracies of our education
model to tap into the intrinsic energies of our
students & their parents in Black Gold II.
◦ We will come together as one in this community to
bring most innovative technologies to unleash the
passion of our community, just as we did earlier.
◦ We, the leadership will create an environment of
learning that easy to use, flexible to meet individual
needs and affordable by all – seamless education
from K to College. Education for lifetime.
Every work opportunity in Permian Basin will
be filled by qualified, community graduates.
◦ Defines the immediate scope of service focus.
◦ Aligns with current market demands.
◦ Supports service level jobs, majority in the field.
Every job that can be done in the Permian
Basin, will find a qualified graduates.
◦ Prepares to bring skilled jobs of digital economy.
◦ Retains jobs in the Permian Basin.
◦ Creates the base on which a middle class can grow
Partner without borders across institutions.
Integrate community leadership.
◦ May lead to more questions than answers.
◦ A dialogue of relevant questions is a great start.
Reposition Institutional Approach.
◦ Experiment with Consumer Centric Model.
◦ Create a ‘value system’ on a technology platform.
◦ Provide guidance / flexibility at the individual level.
◦ Institution as a resource.
Respect Institution Independence.
Reinvent the passion of BGI that brings out the
best in our leadership, institution & community.
We are not afraid of being silly.
We are not afraid of making a mistake.
We are committed to succeed … or else
◦ SEPPUKU is always on option
◦ … JUST KIDDING !!!!
We want to make education & healthcare easy
We want to facilitate the creation of a health
record & education record for every individual.
Surprisingly .. We are far ahead of everyone
else in the Country … and may be in the world.
PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY CARE
N.P. & P.A. N.P. & P.A. N.P. & P.A. N.P. & P.A.
N.P. & P.A.
PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY CARE PRIMARY CARE
PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANS
SPECIALTY CARE SPECIALTY CARE GLOBAL FEE: SPECIALTY CARE SPECIALTY CARE
PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANS PHYSICIANS
OUT PATIENT OUT PATIENT HOSPITAL BASED OUT PATIENT OUT PATIENT
SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES
INPATIENT INPATIENT INPATIENT INPATIENT
SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES
STEP DOWN HOME HEALTH
STEP DOWN STEP DOWN STEP DOWN UNITS SERVICES
UNITS / LTC UNITS / LTC UNITS / LTC
SKILLED SKILLED SKILLED NURSING STEP DOWN
NURSING NURSING NURSING FACILITIES UNITS / LTC
FACILITIES FACILITIES FACILITIES
HOME HEALTH HOME HEALTH HOME HEALTH SERVICES SKILLED
SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES NURSING
Make it easy for consumers to access healthcare.
Check-in made easy from provider perspective.
Discharge made easy from patient, physician and
Protect patient’s preference for service providers.
Platform for providers to manage their consumer
Hospital Assisted Living & Services /
STAR HEALTH CARD: CONNECTING PATIENTS, FAMILY
MEMBERS & RELATED MEDICAL PROVIDERS
STAR PHR ROLE: Connecting Devices, Labs, Health Plans,
Pharmacies, Physicians and Hospitals into a regional
health exchange model.
Healthvault Devices, Labs, Health Plans &
Pharmacies Connected to Star PHR
Star PHR to push & pull information to deliver ‘Meaningful Use” with
Provider Centric ‘PHR’ Service Model
Star PHR integrated to Regional Health System with
Consumer Centric ‘Call Center’ Service Model
EMR – M.D. Nursing Homes Consumers
Horizon Enterprise Network (HEN)
Pt check-in status
Horizon Ambulatory Care
McKesson In-patient ADT
Plus Shared Technology Billing
Shared Content (ex: FDB)
SERVICE SERVICE M.C.H. REGIONAL
PROVIDERS CONSUMERS OUTREACH
PRIMARY CARE: SERVICE FOCUS
- Engage Locally - Comprehensive Regional
- Support Regionally West Texas Communities - Exemplary Staffing
- Home Medical Model Odessa * Kermit * Crane - Seamless Connectivity
Monahans * Andrews * Ft.
Community - Sustainable Quality
- Engage Locally Population Agencies
- Support Regionally City - Regional Outcomes
- Global Fee Model Children County
- Regional Management
Young Adults Large Businesses
- Engage Locally - Connect Communities
-Support Regionally - Connect Providers
-Regional Health Partner - Connect Services / Quality
INITIATIVE # 1 – Consumer Centric
• Establishing Regional Consumer Support (Call) Center for consumer centric services.
•Regional Medical Service Resource Center: Directing Consumers regionally.
• New Patient / Pre-Op Registration Service: Ease of Access to MCH
• Post-discharge Follow-up: Patient Satisfaction / Prevention of re-admissions.
INITIATIVE # 2 – Physician Centric
• Integration of Specialists Services into the regional care continum.
• Effective physician practice management team: Operations & Billing Focused.
• Establishing a effective compesation model that promotes productivity.
• Education & partnership with all regional physicians in well defined roles.
INITIATIVE # 3 - Technology Centric
• Establishing of Regional Health Information Exchange for seamless service mgmt.
•MCH - HIM connectivity between regional hospitals.
•Any - EMR connectivity between physician practices.
•Star - PHR connectivity with all regional community members.
HiQ Index of
____ Of Colleges
Family HiQ Index
HiQ Index KPI
TEACHER K.P.I. FAMILY K.P.I.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC SOLUTION
SITE SPECIFIC PROGRAM – SITE – DISTRICT RELATION
CONNECTING EXISTING DATA SOURCES
CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY MOBILE PLATFORM CAPABILITY
Employer Platform Community
College Platform Strategic Advisory
ACCLAIM 2.2: A Second Generation Solution
Instructional General Administration
School Leadership Guidance, Evaluation & Student Transportation
What is Acclaim 2.0 Ed? Online Demo
◦ A game changing, technology platform.
◦ Repositions organization to a true consumer centric
◦ Engages the families in a meaningful manner.
◦ Identifies & promotes good practices across campus.
◦ Delivers on a flexible, individual focused K-12 system
◦ A revenue generating platform for ECISD
◦ Technology Partner – Sogeti USA / CapGemini
Certified By Microsoft as Best Global Partner for Share
point Technology in 2010.
Acclaim has been recognized by Hector
Mendez as one of the four priorities for ECISD.
State budget crisis has eliminated funding
option for ECISD.
Expenses to Date:
◦ ECISD: $30,000 – Funding for Discovery Phase
◦ Star Tech: $ 70,000 – Cost Absorbed to date.
Expense for Implementation:
◦ ECISD: $ 400,000 with no follow-up cost.
◦ Star Tech: $ 370,000 – Cost To Be Absorbed.
Implementation Time Line:
◦ Six months development / 2 Year Implementation.
One time cost for perpetual use within ECISD.
No recurring maintenance or upgrade cost.
Skin in the game:
◦ For $400K investment, a 15% net royalty fee for a
period of five years from date of implementation.
Revenue Generating Model:
◦ In a flexible education model, system identifies
individual student needs & expectations.
◦ Directs to online resources in a payment model.
◦ ECISD receives a transaction fee for every unit.
◦ Royalty + Transaction Model = Best ROI
Star Tech Acclaim to be spun out as an
Round One: $1M initial investment
◦ 10% equity with One Board Seat to facilitate:
True Partnership with Odessa Chamber of Commerce.
ECISD as our initial customer.
OC / UTPB mentor partners.
Open to Institutions and/or Individuals.
Round Two: $10M: V.C. Investment.
◦ 20% equity with One Board Seat to facilitate:
Facilitate State/Nationwide Implementation.
Please note that all business investments, conditions and requirements have to be finalized
and approved with appropriate legal documentation, authentication and legal oversight.
Survey: Paper / Telephonic Option.
◦ The land is yours and we are promising to drill for
Black Gold II.
Will you let us?
What is your gut instinct?
◦ What are the blind spots in this approach to education
for 21st century model?
◦ Open to the floor.
Thank you for this outstanding opportunity.
Web Site: www.startechgroup.com
Ravi Shakamuri: CEO
◦ Cell: (432) 349-5001
◦ Office: (432) 552-1950
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Venu Yankarla: Senior I.T. Manager
◦ Cell: (432) 978-1519
◦ Office: (432) 552-1945
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Venu Vasu: I.T. Manager
◦ Cell: (432) 661-5432
◦ Office: (432) 552-1930
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