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mHealth Presentation at Edinburgh Medical School 28 April 2014

mHealth Presentation at Edinburgh Medical School 28 April 2014

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  • 1. mHealth, Google Glass & Mobile embedded Medical Sensors; What type of Doctor would Dr Joseph Bell inspire if he stood before you today? Global eHealth Seminar @mHealth
  • 2. @mHealth@mHealth
  • 3. David Doherty
  • 4. Cardiac Services: Screening Put an ECG on every Pharmacists mobile phone
  • 5. Cardiac Services: Screening
  • 6. Cardiac Services: Screening
  • 7. Diabetes Management
  • 8. Diabetes Management
  • 9. What's the Relation?
  • 10. 2020: What's the relation?
  • 11. 2020: What's the relation? The Internet is about to become a Device Dominated Network
  • 12. Diabetes Management
  • 13. Sleep Coaching
  • 14. Sleep Coaching
  • 15. Independent Living: Smoke/CO
  • 16. Independent Living: Security/Fall/Power/Heating
  • 17. Weight/Nutrition
  • 18. Hypertension
  • 19. Wearables
  • 20. Social Inclusion of Seniors
  • 21. Personalisation
  • 22. Future services
  • 23. What term will be call the last decade? “The Noughties” “The Facebook decade?” “The YouTube Decade?” “.......?”
  • 24. Mobile the Newest Mass Media
  • 25. Mobile the Cannibals of Cannibals
  • 26. Mobile the Cannibals of Cannibals
  • 27. Mobile the Cannibals of Cannibals
  • 28. Significant impact on Retail Pharmacy
  • 29. 'In the middle of difficulty lies Opportunity'
  • 30. Mobile the Cannibals of Cannibals
  • 31. Are we ready for Mobile?
  • 32. 10 Million Downloads & $375 Million/Month
  • 33. For many Patients their Meds & Mobile have already become inseparable
  • 34. Can/will seniors want to do this?
  • 35. Can/will seniors want to do this? Zero to a Million in 1 Month!
  • 36. Can/will seniors want to do this? Zero to a Million in 1 Month! Average Age 60+
  • 37. Will Doctors use these tools?
  • 38. Will Doctors use these tools? By 2020 you won't be Allowed to practice Without a Smartphone
  • 39. Will Doctors use these tools? By 2020 you won't be Allowed to practice Without a Smartphone UCIrvine Students score 27% higher thanks to Apps!
  • 40. Caution: Apps aren't a magic bullet Apple Revenue 2013 $170B AppStore Revenue 2013 $10B Apple's net AppStore Revenue $3B 1.76% of total revenue
  • 41. Dr Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS (1837 – 1911)
  • 42. A woman with a small child was show in. Joseph Bell said good morning and she said good morning in reply. “What sort of crossing di'ye have from Burntisland?” “It was guid” “And had ye a guid walk up Inverleith Row?” “Yes” “And what did you do with the other wain [child]?” “I left him with my sister in Leith” “And would you still be working at the linoleum factory?” “Yes, I am” Dr Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS (1837 – 1911)
  • 43. Dr Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS (1837 – 1911) A woman with a small child was show in. Joseph Bell said good morning and she said good morning in reply. “What sort of crossing di'ye have from Burntisland?” “It was guid” “And had ye a guid walk up Inverleith Row?” “Yes” “And what did you do with the other wain [child]?” “I left him with my sister in Leith” “And would you still be working at the linoleum factory?” “Yes, I am”
  • 44. Dr Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS (1837 – 1911) A woman with a small child was show in. Joseph Bell said good morning and she said good morning in reply. “What sort of crossing di'ye have from Burntisland?” “It was guid” “And had ye a guid walk up Inverleith Row?” “Yes” “And what did you do with the other wain [child]?” “I left him with my sister in Leith” “And would you still be working at the linoleum factory?” “Yes, I am”
  • 45. Dr Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS (1837 – 1911) A woman with a small child was show in. Joseph Bell said good morning and she said good morning in reply. “What sort of crossing di'ye have from Burntisland?” “It was guid” “And had ye a guid walk up Inverleith Row?” “Yes” “And what did you do with the other wain [child]?” “I left him with my sister in Leith” “And would you still be working at the linoleum factory?” “Yes, I am”
  • 46. Dr Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS (1837 – 1911) A woman with a small child was show in. Joseph Bell said good morning and she said good morning in reply. “What sort of crossing di'ye have from Burntisland?” “It was guid” “And had ye a guid walk up Inverleith Row?” “Yes” “And what did you do with the other wain [child]?” “I left him with my sister in Leith” “And would you still be working at the linoleum factory?” “Yes, I am”
  • 47. Dr Joseph Bell, JP, DL, FRCS (1837 – 1911)
  • 48. David Doherty asked for a volunteer in the audience who had never met him before to help with a demonstration. A lady puts her hand up. “Is your name Vanessa?” “Yes” “How is your mother managing her diabetes today?” “Much better” “Are you also getting on a bit better?” “Yes. We're nearly back to where we where before her diagnosis four years ago” “And do you find the Diabetes.co.uk Forum helpful?” “Yes, it's been great to share stories with other carers who are in a similar position as me”
  • 49. David Doherty asked for a volunteer in the audience who had never met him before to help with a demonstration. “Is your name Vanessa?” “Yes” “How is your mother managing her diabetes today?” “Much better” “Are you also getting on a bit better?” “Yes. We're nearly back to where we where before her diagnosis four years ago” “And do you find the Diabetes.co.uk Forum helpful?” “Yes, it's been great to share stories with other carers who are in a similar position as me”
  • 50. David Doherty asked for a volunteer in the audience who had never met him before to help with a demonstration. “Is your name Vanessa?” “Yes” “How is your mother managing her diabetes today?” “Much better” “Are you also getting on a bit better?” “Yes. We're nearly back to where we where before her diagnosis four years ago” “And do you find the Diabetes.co.uk Forum helpful?” “Yes, it's been great to share stories with other carers who are in a similar position as me”
  • 51. David Doherty asked for a volunteer in the audience who had never met him before to help with a demonstration. “Is your name Vanessa?” “Yes” “How is your mother managing her diabetes today?” “Much better” “Are you also getting on a bit better?” “Yes. We're nearly back to where we where before her diagnosis four years ago” “And do you find the Diabetes.co.uk Forum helpful?” “Yes, it's been great to share stories with other carers who are in a similar position as me”
  • 52. David Doherty asked for a volunteer in the audience who had never met him before to help with a demonstration. “Is your name Vanessa?” “Yes” “How is your mother managing her diabetes today?” “Much better” “Are you also getting on a bit better?” “Yes. We're nearly back to where we where before her diagnosis four years ago” “And do you find the Diabetes.co.uk Forum helpful?” “Yes, it's been great to share stories with other carers who are in a similar position as me”
  • 53. 24x7 access to Documented Doctor Consultations
  • 54. Register on the secure 3GDoctor.com website
  • 55. Top up your account
  • 56. Register on the secure 3GDoctor.com website
  • 57. Create or share a PHR
  • 58. Complete an Interactive Medical History Taking Questionnaire
  • 59. Share any additional info you feel is important (eg. Photos, Websites, YouTube videos etc)
  • 60. A Doctor reviews the info you shared & conducts any necessary research
  • 61. The Video Consultation normally lasts about 10 minutes
  • 62. Afterwards simply login to View, Download & Print your comprehensive written Consultation Report
  • 63. This document includes an action plan to ensure that the next move you make is the right one...
  • 64. After every consultation we ask Patients for their feedback
  • 65. We're not a replacement for a Family Doctor (the best place for you to get care)
  • 66. We're not selling prescriptions
  • 67. Solution to the Access Problem
  • 68. Interactive Patient History Taking Questionnaires
  • 69. 3G Doctor Live Demo I need a volunteer!
  • 70. 3G Doctor Live Demo I need a volunteer! Dr Richard Sills is joining us from Cornwall and today we're going to first flip the roles and have him play the Patient
  • 71. 3G Doctor Live Demo I need a volunteer! Dr Richard Sills is joining us from Cornwall and today we're going to first flip the roles and have him play the Patient It's your job to help him
  • 72. 3G Doctor Live Demo Richard is actively involved in a hypertension monitoring program. For the last 4 days there's been elevated BP readings. Let's see if you can diagnose Richard and help him better manage his hypertension via a Remote Video Consultation.
  • 73. 3G Doctor Live Demo Now let's try that same consultation again but this time you meet with Richard after he's clicked on a link and completed an Interactive Patient History Taking Questionnaire.
  • 74. 3G Doctor Live Demo Now let's try that same consultation again but this time you meet with Richard after he's clicked on a link and completed an Interactive Patient History Taking Questionnaire. Warning: This is going to be so easy that I've got a spot prize for the first person to put their hand up and correctly suggest what Richard needs to do to better manage his hypertension.
  • 75. Patient Views “The questionnaire is a ground breaking way to speed up GP to Patient contact times. The information gained from answering a few simple questions means that the GP has lots of extra information before the patient enters the surgery doors” “I found it easy to use and less embarrassing to explain my problem; know that when I see the doctor he/she will know why I am there”
  • 76. Malpractice is the failed solution that's been devised to Protect Patients
  • 77. Documentation is the best way to measure the effectiveness of care
  • 78. Documentation is the best way to measure the effectiveness of care
  • 79. Documentation is the best way to measure the effectiveness of care
  • 80. What happens when you start with a Read + Write approach to the EHR ePatientDave.com
  • 81. Patient expectations have changed...
  • 82. Patient expectations have changed...
  • 83. Imagine fueling your dad's car was as undocumented as Healthcare...
  • 84. No working fuel gauge...
  • 85. No idea how big your fuel tank is...
  • 86. No roadside pricing information...
  • 87. No pricing information on pumps...
  • 88. No octane ratings...
  • 89. No idea how much it costs until you get your bank statement...
  • 90. Imagine how you'd use such a product?
  • 91. Imagine how you'd use such a product?
  • 92. Healthcare has an engagement problem & undocumented care fails to engage Patients
  • 93. 3 Choices 1 You can make things happen 2 You can watch things happen 3 Wonder what the hell happened
  • 94. Discussion @mHealth mHealth Insight.com