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Ahmad Jubbawey presents at mHealth Conference & Expo In Dubai 2010

Ahmad Jubbawey presents at mHealth Conference & Expo In Dubai 2010

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  • Thank you every one very much its a tremendous honor to be here in this international conference, the timing is now for the field of mHealth I have some great tips and stories from New Zealand for you all. Now coming from new Zealand, how many people have heard of NZ can i get a raise of hands? Great, Well for those of you who are curious, its a jewel and words cant describe it - So have a look at this video! Bla Bla Bla….
  • The New Zealand Health Market - I want to give you a quick snap-shot of the healthcare market in NZ with MOH, National Health Board, District Health Boards
  • Healthcare currently amounts to 20% of government spending and in 20 years, at this rate it is expected to reach 40%....Offcourse this is deemed by all as unsustainable…
  • So where the heck do we start to rollout mHealth, back in 2006 we started with GP practices and clinicians. Proved that the system improves access to primary care services & scaled it to PHO's for regional roll outs. Once proven at a regional PHO Level, the system was adopted by secondary care hospitals and regions We found that we had to develop a business case for everyone in the health eco system to buy into the system for successful rollouts. Business case draw for each bubble in the eco system. IF ITS NOT EASY FOR CLINICANS: IT WONT BE USED! Simple as that!!!
  • … .Can I have another
  • Write down the area’s where you think you will be using mHealth Services
  • Now you must be thinking why on earth are we showing you a picture of Richard Branson….I had the pleasure of meeting him two days ago at the ultimate success summit… He has always been my mentor and when I think of how we started out…If we had to wait for Policy makers and the sector to drive the need then we would have never gotten this far… If you believe in something and wont take a No for an answer to make it work – you may just get there…

Day 2 -importance of m_health andhow it can assist with improving health outcomes Day 2 -importance of m_health andhow it can assist with improving health outcomes Presentation Transcript

  • The Importance of mHealth By Ahmad Jubbawey CEO Vensa Health How it can assist with improving health outcomes
  • NZ Health Structure MOH DHBs 20 DHBs NGOs PHOs 60 PHOs GPs 1280 GPs
  • DHB Map
  • NZ Health Market
    • Public hospitals provide services for free
    • Primary care strategy – Subsidised visits / Preventative care
    • 99% adoption of eHealth in Primary care
    • 100% adoption of eHealth in Secondary care
  • Government Spending
    • Currently 20%
    • By 2026 ≈40%
    • Unsustainable …
    • Opportunity for mHealth!!!
  • MOH 6 Health Targets
    • Shorter stays in Emergency Departments
    • Improved access to elective surgery – By 4000 Discharges
    • Shorter waits for cancer treatment
    • Increased Immunisation for two year olds
    • Better help for smokers to quit
    • Better diabetes and cardiovascular services
  • MOH 6 Health Targets
    • Shorter stays in Emergency Departments
    • Improved access to elective surgery – By 4000 Discharges
    • Shorter waits for cancer treatment
    • Increased Immunisation for two year olds
    • Better help for smokers to quit
    • Better diabetes and cardiovascular services
  • MOH 6 Health Targets
    • Shorter stays in Emergency Departments
    • Improved access to elective surgery – By 4000 Discharges
    • Shorter waits for cancer treatment
    • Increased Immunisation for two year olds
    • Better help for smokers to quit
    • Better diabetes and cardiovascular services
  • mHealth Opportunity
    • Mobile phone adoption & Text-messaging @ near 100%
    • Uptake of the internet. E.g. Email, Social-Networking sites, IM, Etc…
    • Traditional Media is increasingly ignored as people move to the mobile world.
    • Business across different sectors leverage of this trend
    • Motivation to Reduce spending
  • Adoption Move in mHealth MOH DHBs Patient PHOs GPs
  • What is mHealth
    • mHealth - Capability of sending/receiving health messages over a mobile device
    • Primarily – To address health challenges
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  • Applications
    • Figure out the applications:
      • Appointment Reminders
      • Lab Results
      • Breast Screens
      • Cervical Screen
      • Immunisation
      • InFLUenza
      • HPV Vaccine
      • Chronic Disease Management
      • Community Health Services
      • Behavioral Change Communications, e.g. Smoking
      • Medication Compliance
  • Whangauni DHB Case Study
    • Whangauni Region Traditionally had poor Immunisations rates. TXT2Remind installed in Jan this year:
    1 October 2009 and 1 January 2010 1 January 2010 and 1 April 2010 1 April 2010 and 1 July 2010 Total % Immunised Coverage % Maori Immunisaed Coverage % Dep 9-10 Total % Immunised Total % Maori Immunisaed Coverage % Dep 9-10 Total % Immunised Total % Maori Immunisaed Coverage % Dep 9-10 83% 78% 84% 88% 86% 90% 87% 91% 89%
  • Whangauni DHB Case Study
    • Whangauni Region Traditionally had poor Immunisations rates for 2 year olds. TXT2Remind installed in Jan this year:
    Brought the region within proximity of national target of 90%. 1 October 2009 and 1 January 2010 1 January 2010 and 1 April 2010 1 April 2010 and 1 July 2010 Total % Immunised Coverage % Maori Immunisaed Coverage % Dep 9-10 Total % Immunised Total % Maori Immunisaed Coverage % Dep 9-10 Total % Immunised Total % Maori Immunisaed Coverage % Dep 9-10 83% 78% 84% 88% 86% 90% 87% 91% 89%
  • Counties Manuaku DHB
    • Hospital outpatients Surgeries Experience 12% DNA rates
    • 25K outpatients per month of which 12% don’t turn up – Costs government 1.2 Million for this DHB alone monthly.
  • Counties Manuaku DHB
    • Hospital outpatients Surgeries Experience 12% DNA rates
    • 25K outpatients per month of which 12% don’t turn up – Costs government 1.2 Million for this DHB alone monthly.
    From the first month notice of no-shows dropping to 10%. Collectively amounted to 6000 more discharges per year.
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  • Q&A
    • So
    • Lets Talk….
  • Q&A
    • Screw it, Lets do it!!!
  • Thank you
    • Thank you….