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Innovation and Future of IT in Healthcare

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Technology has an important role in almost every industry. There’s a great opportunity for Healthcare to benefit from technology, and Fujitsu is leading the technology edge with several innovations …

Technology has an important role in almost every industry. There’s a great opportunity for Healthcare to benefit from technology, and Fujitsu is leading the technology edge with several innovations for the industry.

Dr. Lester Russell, Global Chief Medical Officer, Fujitsu explains how Fujitsu’s innovations will shape the future for the Healthcare industry, sharing some examples from recent projects with customers in the UK, Europe, Japan and other countries across the world.

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  • 1. Driving BusinessPerformance withP f ihIndustry Solutions Room 4
  • 2. Driving Business Performance with Industry Solutions – Room 4Reshaping IT Innovation and Future of IT in Healthcare Dr. Dr Lester Russell Global Chief Medical Officer Fujitsu 13:00 h 1
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  • 4. Innovation and th Future of IT inI ti d the F t f iHealthcareTransforming Healthcare: Is it enough?Dr Lester RussellGlobal Chief Medical OfficerFujitsu © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 5. Healthcare is in crisisacross th globe. the l bChronic diseasesthreaten to overwhelm our healthcare systems.Change is hardbut IT-enabled business change can deliver patient benefits. b fi 4 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 6. Annual g oba ua globalhealthcare costs5 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 7. UK Health Expenditure 6 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 8. US National Health Expenditure ($ trillion) 7 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 9. GM spends moreon h lth healthcarethan advertisingor sheet metal 8 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 10. “ The greatest threat to America’s fiscal health is not Social Security. It’s not the y investments that we’ve made to rescue our economy during this crisis. By a wide y g y margin, the biggest threat to our nation’s balance sheet is the skyrocketing cost of y g health care. It’s not even close. 
 President Obama White House speech, March 2009 ” 9 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 11. 10% of f patients ti t harmed due to errors including wrong- wrong sided surgery10 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 12. “ tools Doctors use ancient , memorize symptoms and solutions… …and a half-way decent search engine can leave them in the dust. 11 ” © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 13. Healthcare productivity max ☺ $ 12 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 14. 13 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 15. Healthcare is in ahighly visible 14 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 16. CrisisChronic diseasesChange 15 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 17. 80% of GP consultations (UK) 75% of health bill (US) 16 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 18. One third of US adults are obese17 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 19. Every 30 seconds a leg is lost g to diabetes somewhere in the world18 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 20. DiagnosisHeart failurePrognosis50% at 4yrs. 19 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 21. “They’re all very good in theirown sections They just don’t sections. don twork well together. g 20 ” © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 22. The burden of chronic diseases Diabetes Diabesity Diabesit Obesity Cancer Heart H t Respiratory 21 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 23. Chronicdiseases=life-longlife longconditions diti 22 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 24. CrisisChronic diseasesChange 23 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 25. When thefacts change,I change my mind.What do you ydo, sir? John Maynard Keynes 24 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 26. A Perfect Storm - Eric Topol >4bn mobile phone users Broadband / 3G / 4G Pervasive connectivity ti it Smartphones Ingenious sensors g 25 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 27. It took us 15 years to sequence ……………….. we sequenced SARS in 31 days26 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 28. “ The first person to live to be 1 000 1,000 years old is certainly alive today… … whether they realize it or not, barring acc de ts and suicide, ost people accidents a d su c de, most peop e now 40 years or younger can expect to live for centuries centuries. ” Aubrey de Grey Cambridge University geneticist 27 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 29. The healthcare framework 28 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
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  • 31. Our vision - The 3D EHR 30 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 32. 4th Dimension - populations 31 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 33. Vision of a health cloud 32 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 34. 33 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 35. 34 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 36. Larry’s story 35 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 37. Reducing Cost, Improving Quality of Life 36 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 38. “t bl t Take T k 2 tablet PCs PC and call me in ll i the morning ”37 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 39. Pavingthecow pathscow-paths 38 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 40. Dis-integration is coming 39 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 41. Health care disruptors Agile g Lean Flexible Productivity Value for money Outcomes Business intelligence g Analytics 40 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 42. “ If you don t like change don’t change, y you’re g g to like going irrelevance even less.”
 General Eric Shinseki, Chief of Staff, US Army 41 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 43. What is an eMAR?From To Paper record with 4 ply dot matrix 4-ply dot-matrix Electronic record on tablet PC printed copies Faster than pen & paper Manual re-ordering g Fewer errors Minimal audit and reporting Access to knowledge database Error-prone Better stock management Poor governance Covers other aspects of care - EMR Labour intensive Full BI, audit and g , governance Reporting of compliance, side-effects GSM SIM, linked to device Data security – browser based, secure OS cloud based OS, 42 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 44. Benefits of an eMAR Edna’s C Ed ’ Care Home Manager Edna’s Edna s Edna’s Relatives Carer / C Nurse Edna Edna’s GP Edna’s Community Nurse Edna’s Pharmacist 43 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 45. Change ishardand it’ also d it’s lunstoppable t bl 44 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 46. Healthcare is in crisisacross th globe. the l bChronic diseasesthreaten to overwhelm our healthcare systems.Change is hardbut IT-enabled business change can deliver patient benefits. b fi 45 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 47. 46 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
  • 48. “ The more technology the better… …better than the old y” ways, definitely. y , 47 © Copyright 2011 Fujitsu
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