Innovation in health and ehealth

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Innovation in health and ehealth

  1. 1. Innovation in health and e-healthHead of Unit Claus Duedal PedersenOUH Odense University Hospital& Svendborg Hospital3rd May 2012Brussels
  2. 2. National Board of Health, DenmarkTimeQuantityNo. of elderlyNo. of chronic conditionsNo. of treatment optionsDemands on theraphyPublic financingHealth professionals… that is our reality
  3. 3. Next Generation: Elderly Power MovementLocation IndependencePersonal ControlMost practices today
  4. 4. 414-05-2012Health Care Faculty,University of SouthernDenmarkA National Centre for Danish Health Care• 1 out of 3 major national healthcarecentres• 10% (1.2 - 1.6 mill. citizens) of thebudget for Danish Healthcare isallocated to OUH• A highly specialised hospital withfunctions that cover all specialisedmedical areas
  5. 5. Our innovation building blocksBuildings ProcessesSystems- Infrastructure- Interior decorationsand design that activelyinvolve the patients- Bed capacity (sizeand numbers of rooms)- Special functionalityrooms, e.g. call-centres- Basic clinical ITSystems- Virtualisation- Communicationplatforms- Shared Care systems- Robots, sensors andautomisation- Cross-sectoralCollaboration- Patient and relatives’Involvement- LEAN methods- Volunteers- Patient Associations
  6. 6. Innovation & documentation processesIdentificationof relevanceImplementationDevelopmentandpilot projectProjectdescriptionandproposalwritingNeedsIdeasDemandsOpportunitiesLiteraturereviewMini HTA HTA/MASTDailyproductionEstimation ofbusinesspotentialPre businesscaseBusiness case LEANResearch
  7. 7. Large scale telemedicin
  8. 8. 8Cluster table
  9. 9. 9The MAST modelIf the purposes of an assessment of telemedicine applications are:– To describe effectiveness and contribution to quality of careAND– To produce a basis for decision makingThe relevant assessment should be defined as:The assessment of telemedicine should be a multidisciplinary process that summarizesand evaluates information about the medical, social, economic and ethical issues related tothe use of telemedicine in a systematic, unbiased, robust manner.MASTModel for ASsessment of Telemedicine
  10. 10. 10Preceding assessment:• International/national/regional/local level?• Relevant alternatives?Multidisciplinary assessment (domains):1. Health problem and characteristics of the application2. Safety3. Clinical effectiveness4. Patient perspectives5. Economic aspects6. Organisational aspects7. Socio-cultural, ethical and legal aspectsTransferabilityassessment:• Cross-border• Scalability• GeneralisabilityElements in MAST
  11. 11. Sending pictureAt home Taking picture Consultation – at hospital
  12. 12. Collaboration and NetworksProfessionaleducationcollegesUniversitiesandresearchfacilitiesInternationalpartnersPrivatecompanies Nationalauthorities andorganisationsRegion ofSouthernDenmarkinstitutions
  13. 13. InnoEvent
  14. 14. The road to the hospital(s) of the future• Stay user and patient focused• Ensure recruitment and expansion of competences• Collaborate locally and globally• Develop, innovate, test and document new processes andtechnologiesThen we are able to serve both types of future hospitals– incl. our own new hospital
  15. 15. Claus.duedal.pedersen@ouh.regionsyddanmark.dk

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