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Path dias uk 250314
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Path dias uk 250314
Path dias uk 250314
Path dias uk 250314
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French delegation on telemedicine, March 25, 2014

French delegation on telemedicine, March 25, 2014

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  • 1. Innovative Welfare Technology for the 21st Century
  • 2. About Patient@home • Danish strategic research and innovation platform • Novel welfare and health technologies • Patient in own home – Reduces pressure on public sector – Reduces number of hospitalizations – Shortens duration of hospitalizations – New secure treatment methods Internet Hospital
  • 3. Interdisciplinary Innovation Collaboration • More than 40 national and international partners – Private enterprises – Research institutions – Health sciences personnel – Patients
  • 4. Patient Empowerment User-centred Innovation Health Systems Innovation
  • 5. Patient Empowerment • User-driven development of new products and services • Supports patient responsibility for own health and treatment • Enables patients to be treated and attended to in their own homes
  • 6. User-centred Innovation • Targeted development of technologies and services • Interdiciplinary collaboration – Enterprises – Health sciences personnel – End-users – Research institutions
  • 7. Innovation within Health Care Systems • Technology-supported treatment • Monitoring and data processing • Rehabilitation in own home • Treatment before, during and after hospitalization
  • 8. Mindmap Innovation Model MAST - Evaluation
  • 9. TASK patient OUTCOME streamlining METHOD innovation SOLUTION home Resources Interdisciplinary collaboration Chronic patient Feeling secure by staying in own home – or feeling uncertain about being ”outbound”. Monitoring Treatment Hospitalised Citizen Research Savings/fewer expenses Quality Homebound Diagnosing Known settings Remote treatment or more frequent check-ups? Growth Development Value New hospital system Fewer beds Problem solving Rehabilitation physician/patient relationship Certification TestingEvidence Sick Institutionalised Close to family and friends New ways through the system for the patient Monitoring Increased stability in the patient’s day-to-day life Medical elucidation Innovative thinking Techn. development Rehabilitation Foresight Active participation in treatment Reduced pressure on hospitals and family members Shared responsibility for own health and treatment Maintain social networks Shorter treatments Social responsibility for rational use of public means Rethink (entire) health care sector New progress methods More out-patient ”treatments” Smarter treatments Optimised working routines Active involvement in treatment Lesser ”patientialisation” Patient empowerment New markets Enterprises sidestepping pitfalls Novel welfare technological products and services Self-reliant New knowledge for enterprises User involvement Improved quality of life Unique, Danish development platform Increased Danish exports Developmental leadership New patient concept More ”power” to the patient – less ”power” to the hospitals New patient role – changed relationship between patient and therapist Combat senior-boom problems Consultation Change of culture/ shift of paradigm Consultation Security Quality Social relevance Effect Public Private Innovation Validation Telemedicine
  • 10. G1 G2 G3 G4 G5ConceptNeed Proof of concept Product/ service Test and evaluation MAST G2 MAST G3 and Reality Check MAST G4 MAST G5 Uncovering needs Technology screening Market screening Partner analysis Partner identification Idea generation Idea screening Market screening Mock-ups Testing and adjusting Business model Form Function User interface Prototypes Testing and adjusting Clinical tests/other tests Impact evaluation AL 1 Researchers AL 3 Enterprises Design and construction Testing and adjusting 0-series/Beta version Economy Marketing and sales strategy Innovation Model 40 Products/ Services
  • 11. MAST – Model for ASsessment of Telemedicine • Evaluation of telemedicine and welfare technology • Descrives results • Contributes to quality in treatment • Produces a basis of decision making A multi-disiplinary proces, that combines information on medical, social, economic and ethical aspects when using the technology in a systematic, unbiased and robust way.
  • 12. The Three MAST Steps Prior evaluation: • Is the technology mature? • Legal, economic prerequisites? STEP 1 Multi-disiplinary evaluation - 7 domains 1. Health problem and characteristics of technology 2. Patient safety 3. Clinical effect 4. Patient perspectives 5. Economic aspects 6. Organisational aspects 7. Socio-cultural, ethical and legal aspects STEP 2 Generalisability: • Cross-border • Scalability STEP 3
  • 13. SELECTED PROJECTS Home training aimed at slipped disc in neck Identification of high-risk patients Monitoring diabetic foot ulcer Monitoring heart patients
  • 14. Monitoring Heart Patients • Heart-function monitoring in own home • Wireless platform for telemedicine monitoring • ePatch • Record and send data to hospital • Happy and secure patients • Free up hospital beds and doctors’ time Evaluation of clinical relevance and safety on the use of ePatch
  • 15. Diabetic Foot Ulcer Monitoring • Tools to classify and characterise foot ulcer • Targeted treatment effort • Sensors and 3D optical scanning • Digital images for own GP • Treatment suggestions or appearance Web-based solution that enables patients to contact their own GP in several ways without having to show up physically for a consultation
  • 16. Identification of High-risk Patients • Identification of risk patients • Model that can predict and warn on potential life-threatening complications • Triage • Tools to create an overview of the many details produced by monitors Who must stay at the hospital and who is assumed well enough to be sent home?
  • 17. Home Training of Slipped Disc in the Neck • Training technologies and exercise programmes • Guide the patient on training programme • Measure pain and efforts • Motivate and stimulate efforts • Sensors, cameras, videos, smartphones etc. • Communication between patient and therapist Efficient training with fewer consulations and less transportation to and fro place of treatment
  • 18. Contact • More information on Patient@home is available at www.patientathome.dk

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