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  • It is commonly accepted that we can only achieve this by means of delivering a new type of healthcare model – what has become commonly known in Ireland as Connected Health. Now, before we go any further, I think it is useful to consider what we mean when we talk about Connected Health.The Partner’s Healthcare Centre for Connected Health in Boston defines CH as a model of healthcare delivery that uses technology to provide healthcare remotely.In fact, I think that Connected Health has a much broader definition. Essentially, to me, the term connected Health encompasses electronic health, wireless health, and mobile health and comprises any series of devices, services or interventions that are designed around the patient’s needs in such a way that the patient can receive care in the most proactive and efficient manner possible, preferably – but not necessarily, outside the acute care environment. The term implies that all stakeholders in the process are ‘connected’ by means of timely sharing and presentation of accurate and pertinent information regarding patient status. It involves building the system around the patient and connecting all of the stakeholders in the process. From my perspective it is a mistake to consider connected health in terms of the technologies that make it possible. Rather, we should consider it in terms of the connected, and therefore more efficient, services that it enables. It is also worth noting that Connected Healthcare can extend the reach of the healthcare system into the patient’s home, but is not confined to the home. Its optimal implementation implies that services and stakeholders are connected and coordinated across the spectrum from the home to the specialised acute care environment.
  • A truly connectedConnected Health Ecosystem with the following elements:A wide range of industry partners – indigenous and multinational, start-ups and large companies, bringing with them a variety of technologies, platforms and data sources.A network of clinicians accessed through the Ireland East Hospital Network. Clinician champions within each member hospital and lead clinicians for each disease will matrix to identify the best possible clinical input.Input from patients and patient groups through IPPOSI supporting structures and direct relationships with individual patient representative groups and online social networking platformsAn interdisciplinary network of engaged academics from UCD and partner universities. This process is supported by a central management function providing funding expertise and project management expertise. At its heart is a core research team that is both full time and multi-disciplinary.
  • Professor Brian Caulfield, Lead Investigator, ARCH; Director, INSIGHT, Dean of Physiotherapy, UCD

    1. 1. National Healthcare Conference Connected Health Forum Prof Brian Caulfield University College Dublin
    2. 2. tele-care m-health digital health wireless health integrated care tele-health sustainable healthcare remote monitoringhealth 2.0 e-health
    3. 3. ….comprises any series of devices, services or interventions that are designed around an individual’s needs in such a way that they are engaged in self management and can receive care in the most proactive and efficient manner possible, preferably outside the acute care environment. The term implies that all stakeholders in the process are ‘connected’ by means of timely sharing and presentation of accurate and pertinent information regarding status and the need for care.
    4. 4. Connected Health @ UCD
    5. 5. IRELAND EAST NETWORK Insight
    6. 6. MGT Core Research Team: f/t, multi-discipline Industry Academics Clinicians Patients ARCH INSIGHT PM€ Project Management & Business Development Systems Integration & Deployment Software Engineering Ethnographic Design Data management infrastructure Data Analytics Platform Reusable technology tools Business & Revenue Modelling Healthcare Economics Clinical Research Centres
    7. 7. Irish Connected Health Ecosystem Health Innovation Hub NEWS ABOUT US NI CAPABILITY CONTACT US RESOURCES FAQ A CALL FOR NEW MEMBERS The funding for CHIC is in place and the recruitment of research staff has begun. Companies who would like to take part in the Connected Health Innovation Centre are invited to apply to become members which will entitle them to initiate research projects by the CHIC researchers. - An overview of CHIC is available at the following Link. This includes some relevant questions and answers. - Current operational procedures document are available at the following link. - Applications will require the completion of 2 documents. 1. Company Overview and 2. Memorandum of Understanding. If you would like to hear more about the work and how it could benefit your business, please contact the Centre Manager at the following E-Mail MINISTER FOSTER LAUNCHES CHIC On the 3rd of September the Connected Health Innovation Centre was launched by Minister Foster. Announcing the funding package for the Connected Health Innovation Centre, Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster said "collaboration between academia, businesses and health providers would create new products and services that will improve healthcare provision and deliver real benefits for Northern Ireland companies". RECRUITMENT OF TOP RESEARCHERS NI Connected Health Innovation Centre launches its recruitment drive for top researchers interested in working between health, academia and industry. ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY REPORT A report by the English Department of Health describes projects supporting development and evaluation of assistive technology to increase independence or wellbeing. Report Link. UPCOMING EVENTS 18 September, 2013 – Q3 NI Health Eco System 24th, 30th and 2nd Oct - English SBRI briefings (Link) 30 September, 2013 - CHIC Members call for research submission. 14 October, 2013 - Health and Innovation Event at Stormont. Week of 21 October, 2013 - Boston Trade Mission and EU/US Conference. 5 December, 2013 - Q4 NI Health Eco System
    8. 8. Industry Sectors Investment Policy Framework Scientific Convergence User Engagement Regional Dimension Regulation Clinical Dimension new models of health and social care care change data sustainability
    9. 9. DataLayerinCH source & capture aggregation & integration communication storag e processing knowledge extraction sharing & exchange privacy ownership access security
    10. 10. CareLayerinCH identifying needs care model innovation pilots clinical trials standardisation educati on
    11. 11. ChangeLayerinCH personal behaviour health literacy professi onal behavio ur policy level incentives & rewards
    12. 12. SustainabilityLayeri payment models health economi cs insuranc e collaboration business models
    13. 13. today....
    14. 14. ...from here to there... €€€€€
    15. 15. brian.caulfield@insight-centre.org @caulfieldbrian

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