Personalize brain health and enhancement combining new imaging methods and human/ artificial intelligence

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What kind of one-time or ongoing brain assessments can help pinpoint individual needs, and what role will intelligent assistants, human coaches and experts play in offering and supporting personalized care?
--Chair: Nikhil Sriraman, IP Analyst at SharpBrains
--Margaret Moore, Co-Founder of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital
--Ruth Poliakine Baruchi, CEO of MyndYou
--Ron Oberleitner, CEO of Behavior Imaging Solutions

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Personalize brain health and enhancement combining new imaging methods and human/ artificial intelligence

  1. 1. Personalize brain health combining new imaging methods and human/ artificial intelligence
  2. 2. Personalize brain health combining new imaging methods and human/ artificial intelligence Nikhil Sriraman, IP Analyst, SharpBrains Margaret Moore, Co-Founder, Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital Ruth Poliakine Baruchi, Chief Executive Officer, MyndYou Ron Oberleitner, Chief Executive Officer, Behavior Imaging Solutions
  3. 3. Health & Wellness Coaching Margaret Moore, MBA, aka Coach Meg Institute of Coaching Harvard University Extension School Wellcoaches Corporation National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches Harvard Health author
  4. 4. Why do we need coaches? • 95% of adults not engaged in top 3-5 health behaviors • 65% are overweight or obese • 70% aren’t engaged in work 80% of adults are not thriving (mentally) Moore (2014). From Surviving to Thriving. International Coach Federation Coaching World
  5. 5. health & wellness coaching How Coaching Works, YouTube. Moore (2008)
  6. 6. future of healthcare in the US population health
  7. 7. Health & Wellness Coaching StandardsNational Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches and the National Board of Medical Examiners are strategic partners… ….launching national standards for training, education, and certification of health & wellness coaches in 2017. Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare Conference, Harvard Medical School, Sep 2016
  8. 8. Health & Wellness Coaching Research • ~200 empirical studies • ~30 RCTs • diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, non- clinical • large scale studies • sustainability studies Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare Conference, Harvard Medical School, Sep 2016
  9. 9. Professional coaches Health & wellness coach – optimal health, wellness or well- being (physical and mental) Individual and group coaching Supervising peer health/wellness coaches Health and wellness professionals Coaching skills for all allied health, healthcare/clinical, and wellness providers 9
  10. 10. Coaching Mechanisms of Action 1. Growth-promoting Relationships 2. Motivation 3. Capacity to Change 4. Creativity 5. Process or Journey of Change Moore, et al: Coaching Psychology Manual. Wolters Kluwer 2015
  11. 11. Motivation & Confidence are Co-Dependent Precontemplation Contemplation Action Preparation Maintenance 210 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CONFIDENCE I M P O R T A N C E Moore, 2008
  12. 12. creative process leads to insights People are generally better persuaded by the reasons which they have themselves discovered, than by those which have come into the mind of others. Pascal’s Pensees, 17th century
  13. 13. Insight to action to insight to action to insight… Moore, et al: Coaching Psychology Manual. Wolters Kluwer 2015
  14. 14. Health & Wellness Coaching Margaret Moore, MBA, aka Coach Meg Institute of Coaching Harvard University Extension School Wellcoaches Corporation National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches Harvard Health author
  15. 15. Analytics for Better Cognitive Care Ruth Poliakine Baruchi, Chief Executive Officer
  16. 16. Assessing and treating cognitive change through analytics of day to day activity
  17. 17. Elderly population growth People aged 65+ 2010 46.2M in the US only 524M World wide 2060 100M 1.5B
  18. 18. Lack of cognitive data leads to emotional load and limited treatment “Each decision is a source of conflict..” “if I could help more people preserve their cognitive abilities” “if I could only maintain my independence for longer time…” “if I could know what happens outside the clinic”
  19. 19. Brain imaging technologies –looking inside the brain fMRI PET CT MEG
  20. 20. Partial examples for existing cognitive assessment tools
  21. 21. Cognition - real life aspects Walking Talking Driving SlippingEating Communicating Shopping Cooking
  22. 22. With today’s technology – “continuous cognition imaging” becomes possible
  23. 23. Occupational Therapists Driving, cooking, socializing Speech therapists Continuous speech parameters Physiotherapists Activity volume and nature Neurologists Treatment effect feedback Family members Be aware and prepare for a change Creating insights to support improved care Few examples:
  24. 24. Passive Monitoring Artificial Intelligence Cognition Analytics Targeted therapy /care Passive Monitoring Artificial Intelligence Cognition Analytics Targeted therapy /care Passive Monitoring Artificial Intelligence Cognition Analytics Targeted therapy /care Passive Monitoring Artificial Intelligence Cognition Analytics Targeted therapy /care Passive Monitoring Artificial Intelligence Cognition Analytics Targeted therapy /care Analytics for Better Cognitive Care
  25. 25. Connecting treatment with sensitive data analytics Call with Mr. Davis Paragraph for discussion: SPORTSSports 3 Personal preferences: Cognitive training level: Notice: Mr. Davis gets tired after 5- 7min. try to start training at the beginning of the call
  26. 26. Closed loop treatment Call with Mr. Davis Ok, just remember not to use the highway and close the radio while driving – You need to concentrate. Also – please make sure you take your drug today if you haven't yet. Had a great day yesterday. I am planning to go play with grandchildren tomorrow 00:20 Remind to take MK-8931 - Increased number of u-turns on highway - Increase in number of emergency stops while driving and listening to radio Real Time voice analysis: Tim e
  27. 27. THANK YOU ruth@myndyou.com Analytics for Better Cognitive Care
  28. 28. Better Ways of Assessing Brain Health for People with Autism SharpBrains Virtual Summit 2016 December 7, 2016 Ron Oberleitner – CEO / Co-founder
  29. 29. Lessons learned from ‘MedTech’ Surgery Portal Image Guided Surgery Telemedicine with Operation Smile Robby regresses into autism Relative developed dementia 1990’s: ‘My Day Job’ 1990’s – 2016: ‘My Home Life and Passion’
  30. 30. Challenge in Behavior and Mental Health Assessments Medical Imaging Direct Observation, “Phenomenology” VS
  31. 31. ‘Clinically-guided’ video capture of Behavior anywhere
  32. 32. How Behavior Imaging works Record Upload Specialist Online or Follow- up ‘Prescribe video capture(s)’
  33. 33. NODA Capture Behavior Capture Med SmartCapture (Autism) Diagnostic Assessment Patient Apps Applications Clinician Portal(s) • Behavior Assessment • Remote Consultation • Staff / Parent Training • Progress Monitoring • Accountable Care • Medication Management • Better Pharma Trials • Dementia Assessment • Seizures in home Treatment
  34. 34. Diagnosis Easy as 1,2,3 2. Clinician analyzes videos & dev history 3. ‘Physician’ renders diagnosis w/ report 1. Parents collect Evidence
  35. 35. Validation Study: Sample Findings Psychological Assessment Investigating the Accuracy of a Novel Telehealth Diagnostic Approach for Autism Spectrum Disorder Christopher J. Smith, Agata Rozga, Nicole Matthews, Ron Oberleitner, Nazneen, and Gregory Abowd Publication, May 19, 2016. Agreement between NODA and IPA: 88.2% Kappa = .75 95% CI [.56, .94] Sensitivity = .85 95% CI [.67, .94] Specificity = .94 95% CI [.71, 1.00] Next second Interrater reliability
  36. 36. Evidence-Supported Research Diagnosis Treatment > $6.0 Million 88.2% % Agreement to In-person* *Smith, CJ, Rozga, A., Matthews, N, Oberleitner, R, Nazneen, Abowd, G. Accuracy of a Novel Telehealth Approach… - May, 2016 *Nazneen F, etal, Remote Autism Telemedicine, Jnl of Medical Internet Research, 2015 40 States, 7 Countries, 20+ Publications > 1.2 million Behavior Images analyzed
  37. 37. Benefits when Behavior Imaging is Standard Care Med Management (Research) - reduce inperson Dr. visits, improve inter-visit support - Med mgmt. changes effectively done solely on BI data Autism Diagnosis - ½ price of conventional assessment - 1/3 the clinical time - Expand clinicians’ geographical reach (Autism) Behavior Assessment - 42% less costly - Eg. Saves $12,000 / year per client - 43% less data collection errors - Expand clinicians’ geographical reach Compared to Best Practice
  38. 38. What Now, What’s Next? Pediatric / Child / Teen applications Adult Applications Dad, Mom & Robby (21 y.o.) Today Tomorrow
  39. 39. Q & A Ron Oberleitner ron.oberleitner@behaviorimaging.com Is B.I. applicable to you?
  40. 40. Q&A
  41. 41. Thank you to all Participants!
  42. 42. Sponsors Thank you to all Speakers & Sponsors!
  43. 43. To learn more, visit sharpbrains.com

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