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Luminary Labs attended the 2010 mHealth Summit held November 8-10th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. ...

Luminary Labs attended the 2010 mHealth Summit held November 8-10th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

The Summit was organized by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health and the mHealth Alliance. The event brought together participants from both public and private sectors from both domestic and international locations.

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    • 2010 EVENT DEBRIEF
      1
      Attendee: Simon Leung, Luminary Labs
      November 8 to 10, 2010
    • Contents
      Overview
      Key Themes
      Select Initiatives
      Select Commentary
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    • WHY MHEALTH?
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      “…explore ways mobile technology can increase the access, quality and efficiency of healthcare to millions of families in communities in the U.S. and around the globe.”
      - 11/4/10 Press Release -
    • OVERVIEW
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      The 2010 mHealth Summit took place during November 8-10th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
      The Summit was organized by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health andthe mHealth Alliance. The event brought together participants from both public and private sectors from both domestic and international locations.
      Full Listing of mHealth Summit Exhibitors here:
      http://www.mhealthsummit.org/exhibitors/list
    • Notable Speakers
      • Dr. Julio Frenk, Dean of Faculty, Harvard School of Public Health and former Minister of Health, Mexico;
      • Bill Gates, Co-Chair and Trustee, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation;
      • Francis S. Collins, Ph.D., Director, National Institutes of Health;
      • Ted Turner, Chairman, United Nations Foundation;
      • Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS);
      • Aneesh Chopra, U.S. Chief Technology Officer; and
      • Dr. Judith Rodin, President, The Rockefeller Foundation
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    • KEY THEMES
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    • Key Themes
      Systems, partnerships & integration
      Lack of data surrounding the use of technology in healthcare
      Technology is not a panacea
      Changing healthcare is about changing behavior
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    • 8
      THEME 1:
      SYSTEMS, PARTNERSHIPS & INTEGRATION
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      SYSTEMS, PARTNERSHIPS AND INTEGRATION
      The complexity and scale required to make impactful changes in healthcare necessitate partnerships between public and private players as well as between innovators and industry giants.
      These partnerships should aim to deliver integrated solutions rather than standalone products.
      “It is system of systems that are necessary to scale solutions - therefore vertical partnerships are imperative.”
      - Dr. Judith Rodin -
      President, The Rockefeller Foundation
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      THEME 2:
      THERE IS A LACK OF DATA SURROUNDING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTHCARE
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      THERE IS A LACK OF DATA SURROUNDING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTHCARE
      The lack of statistically relevant studies on the impact of technology keeps questions about efficiency, costs and outcomes unanswered and is one of the barriers that must be overcome in order to bring about change. Can we innovate in parallel as the industry gathers this data?
      “5-year clinical trials,17-year adoption timelines are too long.”
      - David Gustaftson, Ph.D -
      University of Wisconsin, Madison
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      THEME 3:
      TECHNOLOGY IS NOT A PANACEA
    • TECHNOLOGY IS NOT A PANACEA
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      “Four prongs needed for proper delivery of healthcare: Leadership, Institutions, Systems, Technology (L.I.S.T.).”
      - Julio Frenk -
      Harvard School of Public Health
      Technology as a tool will enable us to make dramatic changes in the mechanisms used to deliver healthcare. However, technology must be implemented in concert with changes in all other aspects of the value-chain.
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      THEME 4:
      CHANGING HEALTHCARE IS ABOUT CHANGING BEHAVIOR
    • CHANGING HEALTHCARE IS ABOUT CHANGING BEHAVIOR
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      "Health ultimately depends on behavior and that is a difficult thing to change"
      - Vijay Vaitheeswaran -
      The Economist
      Making changes to healthcare that result in positive improvements in outcomes for patients will require behavioral changes from all participants in the healthcare system – patients, providers, institutions, etc. We should shift our focus to the specific changes in behavior we need to change through the use of technology.
    • SELECT INITIATIVES
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    • Selected initiatives highlighted
      Text4baby.org - Free mobile service designed to promote maternal and child health
      Openmrs.org- Open source electronic medical record system
      Telemedicineindia.com- Apollo hospital (India) Telehealth
      Sense4baby - Fetal and Maternal Monitoring Device
      Zephyr-technology.com- Measures critical vital signs and physical activity
      Asthmapolis.com- GPS inhaler trackers
      Surescripts.com- Plans to offer secure provider to provider messaging system
      Eyenetra.com- Mobile phone attachment that can estimate refractive errors in the human eye
      Viocare.com- Personalized wellness solution integrating location into the design
      Epi.com.sg- ECG system built into a cell phone
      Platforms for getting involved:
      Healthunbound.org- meeting place for those who care about transforming health systems
      Challenge.gov– platform to bring best ideas to bear on nation’s most pressing challenges
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    • Text4BabyFree mobile service designed to promote maternal and child health
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    • OpenmrsOpen source electronic medical record system
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    • TelemedicineIndia.comApollo hospital (India) Telehealth
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    • Sense4BabyFetal and Maternal Monitoring Device
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    • ZephyrMeasures critical vital signs and physical activity
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    • AsthmopolisGPS inhaler trackers
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    • SureScriptsPlans to offer secure provider to provider messaging system
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    • MIT Eye NetraMobile phone attachment that can estimate refractive errors in the human eye
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    • VioCarePersonalized wellness solution integrating location into the design
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    • EPI lifeECG system built into a cell phone
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    • Healthunbound.org meeting place for those who care about transforming health systems
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    • Challenge.govplatform to bring best ideas to bear on nation’s most pressing challenges
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    • SELECT COMMENTARY
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    • Verizon Wireless
      Overview
      Verizon’s entrance into the Healthcare space is still early but they expressed tremendous interest in partnering and openly spoke of meetings with other Pharma companies including Pfizer.
      One of the key advantages of their future 4G network over others is that theirs will have the least amount of roaming, providing the most “secure” network for healthcare communications.
      Food for Thought
      Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Qualcomm all had booths at the mHealth Summit. Orange was also a key participant.
      Telecom’s role in Healthcare is still to be determined but it seems that both Verizon and AT&T are interested in building a “Health Information Exchange” and in some ways becoming a “cloud” for healthcare information.
      Where will Telecom end up in the Healthcare value chain?
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    • PROTEUS BIOMEDICAL
      Overview
      Proteus Biomedical makes “intelligent” medical products including “trackable pills.” Novartis recently invested $24 million in Proteus and plans to seek FDA approval within the next 18 months for the “microchipped pills.”
      Food for Thought
      How will consumers adapt to injectabletechnology?
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    • CELLUCARE
      Overview
      Cellucare, creator of a virtual medical clinic focusing on chronic illness, was recently purchased by Abraxis Health, a spinoff of Abraxis Bioscience owned by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong. Abraxis Health is a private company focused on innovation within the wireless medical arena.
      Food for Thought
      Abraxis Health is one of many companies present at the mHealth Summit seeking to be a player in the next generation of Healthcare delivery systems and its acquisition of a video health delivery system is going to be the norm as the industry’s bigger players start consolidating innovators.
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    • Overview
      EPI is the maker of EPI Life, a mobile device with an integrated Electrocardiogram and Health Suite function. One of the reasons why they chose not to create their product as an iPhone attachment was to demonstrate that their product could be integrated directly into the device.
      Food for Thought
      Each monitoring solution comes with its own “cloud” management for data. Will consumers want to have their data stored in multiple clouds?
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      ePhone International PTE Ltd
    • Tigertext
      Overview
      Platform to deliver “secure” text messages – messages that “do not live forever. They are eager to seek partners interested in utilizing their platform.
      Food for Thought
      The Regulatory Impact on innovation cannot be ignored and the need for secure and private communications channels between all participants of healthcare delivery will grow.
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    • IPPLEX
      Overview
      Ipplex has technologies in the telemedicine area (video delivery systems) as well as in augmented reality. They are part of the company whose technology was sold to Google and became the foundation for “Google Goggles.
      Food for Thought
      The advantages of telemedicine are obvious and technology companies are rushing to build “the” platform of the future. Will there be “one” platform or will we have fragmented systems as we do today?
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