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MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare MoMo Hamburg | Lavandoo Mobile - Jessica Mende | Mobile-HealthCare Presentation Transcript

  • Telemedicalsolutions in everyday care, professional sports and human flight to mars
    Hamburg, April 04, 2011
    Dr. Jessica Mende I Dr. Gunnar Meyer I Peter Rohleder
    Mobile Monday Talk
  • 1. Telehealth – Definitionsand Market
    Introduction
    2
  • 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
  • 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
    Whyis mHealth important?
    4
  • Who canprofitfromTelemedicine?
    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
  • Howcantheindustrybenefitfrom mHealth solutions?
    from: Whitepaper: Summary of Survey Results, Global mHealth Developer Survey, research2guidance
    6
  • Mobile can fundamentally innovate healthcare delivery models
    From traditional healthcare delivery…
    … to a new world paradigm
    7
  • What mHealth solutionsofferthebiggestmarket potential formedical professionals andpatients?
    from: Whitepaper: Summary of Survey Results, Global mHealth Developer Survey, research2guidance
    8
  • 2. Examples
    Telemedicine
    9
  • Home Care
    AGnES
    mAmbulance
    Mobile Wound Management
    Telekonsil (caseconference/tele-consultation)
    Stress Management
    Professional Sports
    Mars 500
    ExamplesofTelehealth
    10
  • TemRas (formerMed-on-@ix)
    Mobile emergencydoctoratthehospital
    CobixxFireSCOUT
    UMTS, Satellite, WLAN connection via internal PC
    Bochumer Telematikverbund
    Mobile App with GPS andPhototransmission
    mAmbulance
    11
  • 3. Telemedicine in everyday Care, professional Sports, and Human Space Flight
    Lavandoo telemedicalsolutions
    12
  • Treatment
    Prevention | Wellness
    Platforms
    The Points that Lavandoo Healthfocusses on
    13
  • ShiftingHealthParadigms
    Snapshot Data vs. Continuous Data
    14
  • How the Lavandoo Lead a Good Life Integrated Care System works
    Bluetooth
    GSM, GPRS, 2G, 3G
    Automatical Email, SMS
    Doctorand/or Patient
    and/or
    Family Member
    Lead a Good Life App
    15
  • Overview Lead a Good Life Medical device offerings:Vital sign Monitoring (existing product line up)
    Home Care Unit
    (HealthConnect)
    Mobile ECG
    BPBS
    16
  • Clue Medical – Cardiac Monitoring in Motion
    Clue medical – the mobile event recorder with stress sensor …
    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
    Measurements – fast and easy
    17
  • 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)
    Sickdays due to Burnout, 2004-2009
    clue medical can detect Burnout early and monitor the recovery during treatment
    Sickdays per 1,000 members, not retired
    Source: BKK Gesundheitsreport 2010
    18
    Men
    Women
    Sum
  • Burnout – detection and treatment monitoring with clue medical
    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
    19
  • Real Zaragoza
    Sevilla FC
    Real Betis
    Professional Sports: Stress Monitoring and Event Recording
    20
  • 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
  • Mars 500
    Kosmonaut 1: all measurementsare
    within normal range
    Kosmonaut 2: almostalwayssignificant anormal
    sympathicusactivity, no stress relief/no stress recovery
    22
  • Parabola Flight ESA – DLR – cluemedical
    23
  • Lavandoo HealthBonn Office / Lavandoo Mobile Solutions GmbH.
    Godesberger Allee 105-107 I 53175 Bonn
    CEOPeter J Rohleder
    Head ofHealthcareand Scientific Research Dr. Gunnar Meyer
    Senior Associate – HealthcareandHealth Science Dr. Jessica Mende