" Gaurang Trivedi, Raghu Nambiath, Sanjay Bhal (PPT)

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  • IPTV is one of the most talked about technology during these days. This is evident from the way companies including Teleco’s are investing on upgrading the infrastructure. There are lot of new entrants in this field. Some of the main problem in the industry is how to evaluate the business models and usage of metrics for evaluating these tools. This is important for any service providers and all potential investors Research: Evaulate different business models using a tool based on Porter’s five forces Takeaways:
  • Why this delay New entrants Business model maturity
  • Benefits for Customer Two way interactive, Multiple camera angle Integration with phone service Powerful search Criteria EPG PVR Benefits for Operator Triple play Voice/Video/Data Bandwidth / Cost Saving Telco more motivated ADSL/FIOS,Loss of Wireline Control Entire Path Content Assembling to Delivery Bandwidth HDTV from 7Mbps to 20Mbps, SDTV from 1.5Mbps to 3.5Mbps ADSL2 25Mbps QoS Priority for Video/Audio
  • Incumbent status and was loosing wireline revenue steadily Weakness Low bargaining power to supplier Moderate/High bargaining power to customer High threat to new entrant Moderate threat to substitution

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  • 1. Vision 2015: MHOIP Managing Health Care Ecosystem Over Internet Protocol Gaurang Trivedi Raghu Nambiath Sanjay Bhal
  • 2. 2006: Health Care Snapshot
    • Hospitals with overworked staff
      • Annually 7,000 people die due to medical errors
      • More than 10,000 die due to other medical errors
    • Increasing Health Care Cost
      • By mid 21 st century 25% of GDP will be spent on health care
    • Exorbitant wait time for doctors appointment and Emergency Rooms
    • Shortage of health care professionals in Rural areas
  • 3. Solution: A quick overview
    • Increase reliance on technology to
      • Reduce errors
      • Reduce expense
      • Provide efficient service
    • An ecosystem
      • Divided across multiple players
      • With experts in command of their own specific field
  • 4. Home Care
    • Monitoring of health from home
    • Technology
      • IP enabled devices to monitor
        • Blood Sugar
        • Blood pressure
        • Body weight
        • Heart rate
        • ECG etc
    • Results transmitted over internet using IP enabled devices like IPTV
  • 5. Primary Service Provider
    • Service provider similar to phone/cable providers
    • Enables communication between all components of ecosystem.
    • Installs necessary equipment at home, hospitals and physician office
    • Provides training and technical support services
  • 6. Core Data Distribution Network
    • Core intelligence of ecosystem
    • Triggers request to patients for a medical test
    • Data Mining
      • Collects results
      • Analysis of Results
    • Take action based on medical results
      • Forward details to physicians/ hospitals based on Availability/Specialist
      • Recommend hospital to patient based on medical emergency
      • Provide details of medical dosage with instructions to patients
  • 7. Provider Network
    • IP enabled devices available next to patient
    • Hospitals
      • Medications administered based on the input from patient management system
      • Provides entire medical condition / history of patients including allergy etc
    • Physician network
      • Retrieve data about patients and send prescriptions
      • Exchange input among doctors
      • Exchange information with Insurance provider for pre authorization, referrals etc.
  • 8. Remote Health Monitoring (Single Patient) IPTV
  • 9. Remote Health Monitoring (Multiple Patients) Hospital Hospital
  • 10. Insurance Company Insurance Company
  • 11. Doctor's Care Doctor's Care
  • 12.