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www.laurea.fi
Focus Areas Work Shop 27.9.2013
eHealth & eWellbeing
(Nursing Expertise and Coping at Home)
Service Business...
2
Creative Destruction of Medicine
(as we know it) by Eric Topol
Digitising Human Beings
= SSSS = Social Media,
Scanners, ...
3
Focus Areas at Laurea UAS
Alignment with and
connections to
international, European
and local HEIs
Attracting top talent...
4
Focus Areas as Global Market Place and
Partner
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Focus on eHealth and eWellbeing
Patient-centered care &
services
Usability, functionality &
accessibility of care
Empowe...
6
eHealth at Laurea UAS
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Service design process
Stakeholders
analysis
Requirements
Scenario
building
Blueprinting
Evaluation
Market analysis
Focu...
9
Service Innovation and Design
Service Business
Results in user driven service innovations that are
business relevant.
Is...
10
Collaborative RDI-projects
‘Orchestration Tables’
Learning by Developing (LbD)
& Living Labs models
Together with our p...
11
As a Living Lab, Laurea…
Facilitates R&D projects based on co-
operation with companies, third
sector, public sector & ...
12
Laurea Living Labs Network
Service Innovation and Design Lab
BarLaurea
Safety and Security Lab
Smart Hospital
Medical a...
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European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)
Laurea Living Labs as founding &
full member
Tuija Hirvikoski, Member of the
Co...
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eHealth and Service Design projects & study
programmes at
Laurea UAS building blocks…
Interdisciplinary
Human-driven en...
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Laurea Research & Development & Innovation
6AIKA SPINNO NanoLab CIDE World Bank
SFWBC, Jätkäsaari, Hospital for Burn Vi...
16
Guarantee (ITEA2)
Researches, designs and develops
technologies and services that
contribute to a safer home
Develops p...
17
Peoples Value Canvas (Express2Connect)
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ISJ – Call for Papers
to be used as references for the ENoLL & WB
guidebook
Important dates 15.11.2013
Contact and Info...
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Premises
Finland and Laure are key players in the field of eHealth and Service
Design and Innovation
We have a need dri...
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  1. 1. www.laurea.fi Focus Areas Work Shop 27.9.2013 eHealth & eWellbeing (Nursing Expertise and Coping at Home) Service Business Laurea UAS Tuija Hirvikoski Director Anna Kivilehto Senior Manager eHealth & eWellbeing Rob Moonen Senior Manager Service Business
  2. 2. 2 Creative Destruction of Medicine (as we know it) by Eric Topol Digitising Human Beings = SSSS = Social Media, Scanners, Sensors, Sequencing Mobile Device as a Health Hub (New Nokia) Easier, better, affordable… Follow @EricTopol …Biosensor, Scanner, Remote Monitoring, Mediation Adherence, Gateway to Cloud, Super Computer, Lab on a Chip, Office Visits, Environment Monitoring…
  3. 3. 3 Focus Areas at Laurea UAS Alignment with and connections to international, European and local HEIs Attracting top talent and students to the Greater Helsinki region Attracting financing and investment to the Greater Helsinki Region
  4. 4. 4 Focus Areas as Global Market Place and Partner
  5. 5. 5 Focus on eHealth and eWellbeing Patient-centered care & services Usability, functionality & accessibility of care Empowerment of patients Innovative Public Procurement RDI Actors Designers Users Enablers Health, Wellbeing & Wellfare ICT Business
  6. 6. 6 eHealth at Laurea UAS
  7. 7. 7
  8. 8. 8 Service design process Stakeholders analysis Requirements Scenario building Blueprinting Evaluation Market analysis Focus on Service Innovation and Design
  9. 9. 9 Service Innovation and Design Service Business Results in user driven service innovations that are business relevant. Is a good way for designing holistic solutions that integrate the needs of various stakeholders. Connects user research, technology and business development. In conjunction with the macro level innovation and business ecosystem development Smart specialization, smart cities, Precommercial public procurement
  10. 10. 10 Collaborative RDI-projects ‘Orchestration Tables’ Learning by Developing (LbD) & Living Labs models Together with our partners we aspire to construct a better RDI results, improve their usage in companies and within society Interesting & Competitive Learning Environment to boost carries of both internatioal and native students
  11. 11. 11 As a Living Lab, Laurea… Facilitates R&D projects based on co- operation with companies, third sector, public sector & HEIs hereby working together with end-users and students End-users and customers are drivers and developers from the early beginning & during the whole R&D process Students are developers & creators of new professional knowledge together with other actors To facilitate professional knowledge creation and rich interaction Laurea has several development environments, labs and test beds
  12. 12. 12 Laurea Living Labs Network Service Innovation and Design Lab BarLaurea Safety and Security Lab Smart Hospital Medical and Care Simulation Centre CIDE cluster Ballad – Baltic Region for SMEs Abrilab / Aalto NanoLab / Vantaa Innovation institute Urban Mill / EUE Sendai Finland Wellbeing Centre / City of Sendai, Japan Shuan-Lien elderly care Living Lab / NTU, Taiwan
  13. 13. 13 European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) Laurea Living Labs as founding & full member Tuija Hirvikoski, Member of the Council 345 accredited Living Labs all over the world Growing presence of non- European members (Global community) EIP AHA, Smart Regions & Cities, Smart Specialization, Innovation Union (Horizon2020) etc … World Bank, Telecenters Network, EBN, CYTED etc…
  14. 14. 14 eHealth and Service Design projects & study programmes at Laurea UAS building blocks… Interdisciplinary Human-driven encounters (eInteraction & eEncounter) ICT knowledge User-driven service innovation design eBusiness & User-driven service planning eHealth –methods (skype, 3D) eHealth learning & coaching
  15. 15. 15 Laurea Research & Development & Innovation 6AIKA SPINNO NanoLab CIDE World Bank SFWBC, Jätkäsaari, Hospital for Burn Victims, POKE, Hospital of the Future, Medical & Social Simulation Center CoCo PVC Neloskierre RFDI Tools for innovation and learning
  16. 16. 16 Guarantee (ITEA2) Researches, designs and develops technologies and services that contribute to a safer home Develops preventive solutions (such as behavior monitoring) as well as reactive solutions (like fall detection) which offers support and allow people to live more independent at home Research and coordination activities are centralised and located at Laurea SID Labs ~ 30 Million EUR Partners: Philips Research, VTT, Active Life Village, Twente University, University of Deusto, Polytechnica de Madrid, Orange Logics, Com Meto, Sound Intelligece …
  17. 17. 17 Peoples Value Canvas (Express2Connect)
  18. 18. 18 ISJ – Call for Papers to be used as references for the ENoLL & WB guidebook Important dates 15.11.2013 Contact and Info Email: isj@laurea.fi Website : http://www.laurea.fi/en/isj/about_isj/Pages/default.aspx Read more: http://www.slideshare.net/tuihirv/isj-call-for-papers Tuija Hirvikoski, tuija.hirvikoski@laurea.fi Rob Moonen, rob.moonen@laurea.fi Anna Kivilehto, anna.kivilehto@laurea.fi
  19. 19. 19 Premises Finland and Laure are key players in the field of eHealth and Service Design and Innovation We have a need driven, multidisciplinary and multi-stakeholder approach in which we incorporate service design, e-health and ICT development within European recognized projects. We take liberties and have a license to fail > we are Laurea’s test-bed for new type of innovations (“Innovators dilemma”) T-shape model; have general knowledge about many facets but master a particular area We utilize a LivingLab approach (what is needed) and differentiate clearly from traditional research (what is possible) We are developing innovative and efficient ways to motivate and activate our own employees and students in order to increase our project portfolio We act as a bumper between SMEs and public organizations We aim for high application success rate > 50% Create joint teams from different partners
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