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MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare
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  • 1. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Hamburg, April 04, 2011 Dr. Jessica Mende I Dr. Gunnar Meyer I Peter Rohleder Mobile Monday Talk Telemedical solutions in everyday care, professional sports and human flight to mars
  • 2. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 1. TELEHEALTH – DEFINITIONS AND MARKET Introduction 2
  • 3. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011  eHealth: the delivery of health‐related services via information and communication technology  mHealth: a subset of eHealth referring to the delivery of health‐related services via mobile communications technology  Telemedicine: a subset of eHealth referring to health‐related services delivered remotely with clinical participation via electronic communications. Telemedicine also has overlap with mHealth when mobile communications technologies are employed in the delivery process. (Telemedicine is often associated with the term "tele-health," which may encompass a broader definition of remote health care that does not necessarily involve clinical services.) Definitions 3
  • 4. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011  OECD countries have seen healthcare growth exceed GDP by nearly 2 percentage points a year, with the US as a clear outlier  If the trend continues, healthcare will consume an ever-growing and unsustainable proportion of the developed nations’ wealth Source: OECD Health Data 2010 Why is mHealth important? 4
  • 5. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Who can profit from Telemedicine?  To overcome obstacles around cost, access, and standards, healthcare systems must be highly innovative and inventive in their approach to delivering services.  mHealth is the area of innovation with the potential to make a huge difference  Examples of existing mHealth innovations:  SMS alerts that remind patients to take their prescription drugs at the appropriate time  Remote diagnosis and even treatment for patients who do not have easy access to a physician  Remote health monitoring (RHM) devices that track and report patients’ conditions. 5
  • 6. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 How can the industry benefit from mHealth solutions? from: Whitepaper: Summary of Survey Results, Global mHealth Developer Survey, research2guidance 6
  • 7. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Mobile can fundamentally innovate healthcare delivery models From traditional healthcare delivery… … to a new world paradigm Patient visits the physician or the ER, taking time off from work when he/she feels serious symptoms Patient calls caregiver at his/her convenience any time of day/week as soon as symptoms begin Physician interviews patient in person and conducts a typical hands-on examination Physician speaks to patient over phone, relying also on data from biometric sensors (m-stethoscope, smartphone- based ultrasound, etc.) Physician prescribes medicine and hopes patient takes it at prescribed times SMS reminders ensure that patient takes medicine as prescribed; can report side effects, etc. in real time Patient gets well and goes back to potentially unhealthy lifestyle Patient can be monitored remotely and advised if conditions worsen or if lifestyle elements negatively impact the situation Chronic shortage of (specialized) medical talent Patient can access global medical expertise in a connected world 7
  • 8. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 What mHealth solutions offer the biggest market potential for medical professionals and patients? from: Whitepaper: Summary of Survey Results, Global mHealth Developer Survey, research2guidance 8
  • 9. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 2. EXAMPLES Telemedicine 9
  • 10. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011  Home Care  AGnES  mAmbulance  Mobile Wound Management  Telekonsil (case conference/tele-consultation)  Stress Management  Professional Sports  Mars 500 Examples of Telehealth 10
  • 11. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011  TemRas (former Med-on-@ix)  Mobile emergency doctor at the hospital  Cobixx FireSCOUT  UMTS, Satellite, WLAN connection via internal PC  Bochumer Telematikverbund  Mobile App with GPS and Photo transmission mAmbulance 11
  • 12. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 3. TELEMEDICINE IN EVERYDAY CARE, PROFESSIONAL SPORTS, AND HUMAN SPACE FLIGHT Lavandoo telemedical solutions 12
  • 13. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011  Treatment  Prevention | Wellness  Platforms The Points that Lavandoo Health focusses on 13
  • 14. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Shifting Health Paradigms  Snapshot Data vs. Continuous Data 14
  • 15. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 How the Lavandoo Lead a Good Life Integrated Care System works Bluetooth GSM,GPRS,2G, 3G Automatical Email,SMS Doctor and/or Patient and/or Family MemberLead a Good Life App 15
  • 16. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Overview Lead a Good Life Medical device offerings: Vital sign Monitoring (existing product line up) Mobile ECG Home Care Unit (HealthConnect) BPBS 16
  • 17. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011  reveals previously undocumented heart diseases  makes therapy control easier in the case of dysrythmia or following cardiac infarction  calculates the personal stress level  stores up to 30 measurements  enables secure data transfer via the Internet to the server  delivers precise evaluations Clue Medical – Cardiac Monitoring in Motion Clue medical – the mobile event recorder with stress sensor … Measurements – fast and easy 17
  • 18. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Women Men Sum Sickdays due to Burnout, 2004-2009 Source: BKK Gesundheitsreport 2010 Sickdaysper1,000members,notretired clue medical can detect Burnout early and monitor the recovery during treatment Burnout  An estimated 9 million people in Germany suffer a Burnout which produces costs of 6.3 billion euros.  On average, a Burnout patient has 30.4 sick days. (source: WHO) 18
  • 19. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Before treatment After treatment low Heart Rate Variability, high Balance value  both indicators for stress and burnout Improvement with Therapy  Normal Heart Rate Variability and Balance Burnout – detection and treatment monitoring with clue medical 19
  • 20. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Real Zaragoza Sevilla FC Real Betis Professional Sports: Stress Monitoring and Event Recording 20
  • 21. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011  All participant of the experiment measured continuously with clue medical  Goal of the Measurements: observation of mental processes (stress) under isolation Mars 500 – Human Space Flight Monitoring 21
  • 22. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Mars 500 Kosmonaut 2: almost always significant anormal sympathicus activity, no stress relief/no stress recovery Kosmonaut 1: all measurements are within normal range 22
  • 23. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Parabola Flight ESA – DLR – clue medical 23
  • 24. © Lavandoo Group AG 2011 04 April 2011 Lavandoo Health Bonn Office / Lavandoo Mobile Solutions GmbH. Godesberger Allee 105-107 I 53175 Bonn CEO Peter J Rohleder Head of Healthcare and Scientific Research Dr. Gunnar Meyer Senior Associate – Healthcare and Health Science Dr. Jessica Mende

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