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  • 1. mHealth Insights into Wearables 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 2. 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth For this slide deck & Video of talk: @mHealth@mHealth
  • 3. 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 4. 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 5. 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth 1 Why Wearables represent a disruptive opportunity for Healthcare § 2 Examples of how data is improving Health outcomes
  • 6. 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth 1 Why Wearables represent a disruptive opportunity for Healthcare § 2 Examples of how data is improving Health outcomes
  • 7. http://twitter.com/mHealth Healthcare has a Design problem Wearables have a Perception problem
  • 8. X X X X Disruptive Opportunity http://twitter.com/mHealth Healthcare has a Design problem Wearables have a Perception problem
  • 9. Healthcare has a Design problem Wearables have a Perception problem http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 10. http://twitter.com/mHealth Business Model: Office Visit Only
  • 11. http://twitter.com/mHealth Digital Interaction with Healthcare Professionals is very limited SMS
  • 12. http://twitter.com/mHealth Digital Interaction with Healthcare Professionals is very limited SMS Communicate through their website?
  • 13. http://twitter.com/mHealth Digital Interaction with Healthcare Professionals is very limited SMS Share a YouTube Video? Communicate through their website?
  • 14. http://mHealthInsight.com/2013/11/19/ When you do get in front of a Doctor you'll be interupted within 18 seconds...
  • 15. http://mhealthinsight.com/2013/01/09/ What’s happening? What’s the diagnosis? What’s the treatment plan? What are the next steps?
  • 16. Patients' memory for medical information J R Soc Med. May 2003; 96(5): 219–222 40-80% of medical information provided by healthcare practitioners is forgotten immediately...
  • 17. http://twitter.com/mHealth Efforts by the Healthcare Industry to modernize are rarely if ever successful...
  • 18. http://mhealthinsight.com/2012/08/22/ Efforts by the Healthcare Industry to modernize are rarely if ever successful...
  • 19. http://twitter.com/mHealth Healthcare Data remains at large...
  • 20. http://twitter.com/mHealth Despite the obvious advantages...
  • 21. http://www.mhealthnews.com/blog/mhealth-plea-let-doctor-be-doctor Systemic Failure to use tools to listen...
  • 22. http://hiqa.ie Attempts to regulate are a laughing stock...
  • 23. http://www.mhealthnews.com/blog/mhealth-plea-let-doctor-be-doctor Doctors have little confidence in the capacity of Patients & Carers to use well designed tools to self manage their health...
  • 24. Healthcare has a Design problem Wearables have a Perception problem http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 25. Wearables:Sensory devices that are worn. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 26. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 27. Just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD: Proctor & Gamble (Rev $84B) sees opportunity in putting radios into kids mouths http://mHealthInsight.com/
  • 28. “Imagine consulting with a doctor face to face - just by putting on goggles in your home” Mark Zuckerberg http://mHealthInsight.com/
  • 29. The Cloud isn't the answer to everything... http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 30. Does Google Glass invade our Privacy? ` ie.linkedin.com/pub/declan-bogan-phd/2/938/159
  • 31. Does Google Glass invade our Privacy? http://twitter.com/kylebrussell
  • 32. There's one born every day! NYTimes: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF GOOGLE GLASS by JAMES POMERANTZ
  • 33. Google Glass Before After http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 34. Is this really your Google Glass Strategy? http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 35. X X X X Disruptive Opportunity http://twitter.com/mHealth Healthcare has a Design problem Wearables have a Perception problem
  • 36. Care transforms our Perception o f Technology http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 37. http://twitter.com/mHealth Did you know? The Mobile Phone was the first electronic device to be worn by a Billion citizens >6 Billion citizens carry a mobile phone today
  • 38. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 39. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 40. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 41. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 42. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 43. Healthcare transforms the Perception o f Wearables http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 44. http://www.mobileindustryreview.com/2014/05/google-glass-is-the-brand-and-concept-already-damaged-beyond-repair.html “My initial reaction to anyone I see wearing Google Glass is...”
  • 45. http://www.mobileindustryreview.com/2014/05/google-glass-is-the-brand-and-concept-already-damaged-beyond-repair.html “My initial reaction to anyone I see wearing Google Glass is...”
  • 46. http://www.mobileindustryreview.com/2014/05/google-glass-is-the-brand-and-concept-already-damaged-beyond-repair.html One thing is very clear: Google Glass magnifies the personality of the wearer “My initial reaction to anyone I see wearing Google Glass is...”
  • 47. http://www.mobileindustryreview.com/2014/05/google-glass-is-the-brand-and-concept-already-damaged-beyond-repair.html Ask me about “My initial reaction to anyone I see wearing Google Glass is...”
  • 48. http://www.mobileindustryreview.com/2014/05/google-glass-is-the-brand-and-concept-already-damaged-beyond-repair.html How might we think differently about Glass if it had been launched exclusively for EMR's?
  • 49. mHealth applications transform public perception of wearable tech http://twitter.com/mHealth
  • 50. 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth 1 Why Wearables represent a disruptive opportunity for Healthcare 2 Examples of how data is improving Health outcomes
  • 51. 28 May 2014 http://twitter.com/mHealth 1 Why Wearables represent a disruptive opportunity for Healthcare 2 Examples of how data is improving Health outcomes
  • 52. http://emergencysms.org.uk Http://mHealthInsight.com/2014/05/22/ World Record – first 5kb of mobile data saved a life!
  • 53. http://twitter.com/mHealth For many Patients their Medications & Mobile are already part of an inseparable experience
  • 54. http://Facebook.com Are you okay with your mobile listening?
  • 55. http://fullpower.com Are you okay with your mobile listening?
  • 56. http://tunepal.org Are you okay with your mobile listening?
  • 57. http://firetext.me Are you okay with your mobile listening?
  • 58. http://twitter.com/mHealth Documented Mobile Video Consultations with registered Doctors 24x7
  • 59. http://twitter.com/mHealth Clinically Validated Interactive Medical History Taking Questionnaires enable Patients to document their own medical history
  • 60. http://alivecor.com/ The Alivecor ECG let's your mobile accurately listen to the Electrical Activity of your Heart
  • 61. http://alivecor.com/ The Alivecor ECG let's your mobile accurately listen to the Electrical Activity of your Heart
  • 62. http://twitter.com/mHealth Video: Google Glass as a tool for Medics
  • 63. http://twitter.com/mHealth Video: Google Glass for rehabilitation
  • 64. http://twitter.com/mHealth Soon a Doctor won't be allowed to Practice Medicine without a connected Smartphone loaded with up to date content Did you know? UCIrvine Med Students score 23% higher thanks to Apps developed here In Ireland
  • 65. http://twitter.com/mHealth Hands up if you know the relation
  • 66. http://twitter.com/mHealth 2020: Hands up if you know the relation
  • 67. http://telcare.com/ Seamless Mobile Connectivity is already transforming Diabetes Care
  • 68. http://telcare.com/ Leveraging Data to transform Diabetes Management
  • 69. http://twitter.com/mHealth Leveraging Data to provide Services
  • 70. http://twitter.com/mHealth mHealth Insights to Take Away Seamlessly gathered data enables the redesign of services but the Healthcare industry is only incentivised to only use it to optimise flawed practices. Healthcare is transforming into what looks like a Mobile experience. The initial shift must be to move beyond the limits of in-office visits. By developing Healthcare applications we can transform the perception of wearable devices and speed their adoption Visit the 3GDoctor booth afterwards to get a demo of some key mHealth tech & services and share your ideas...
  • 71. http://twitter.com/mHealth @mHealth mHealth Insight.com