Refilling the Innovator's Prescription: Jessica Bland

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Presented at Nesta event on 24/04/14 - Digital Medicine: Refilling the Innovator’s Prescription. A debate on how digital technologies are changing patient care

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Refilling the Innovator's Prescription: Jessica Bland

  1. 1. Digital Medicine Refilling the Innovator’s Prescription #nestahottopics Jessica Bland
  2. 2. A new wave of digital medical technologies Changing medical practice The healthcare sector’s response
  3. 3. £0 £500 £1,000 £1,500 £2,000 £2,500 £bn Global Venture Capital funding for medtech £bn Medtech global market £bn US national public and private healthcare expenditure
  4. 4. A new wave of digital medical technologies Changing medical practice The healthcare sector’s response
  5. 5. A new wave of digital medical technologies Changing medical practice The healthcare sector’s response
  6. 6. NHS Technology Enabled Care Services Improvement Plan 2014-17 FULL REPORT OUT IN THE NEXT MONTH Outcomes based commissioning is the future and we need to help develop commissioning skills and capabilities Procurement should be more flexible and take a longer term view to adapt to rapidly changing technologies Information governance should support the most appropriate intervention, and the individual and carers should be educated about how data can be shared.
  7. 7. A new wave of digital medical technologies Changing medical practice The healthcare sector’s response
  8. 8. Digital medicine is a different phenomenon to wider category of medtech Systemic change is a long way off and needs to be sensitive to the peculiarities of the healthcare sector The healthcare sector needs a two track approach, supporting new players while gradually improving capacity in current system

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