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Simon Bramwell presentation at Future Homes: Building better lifestyles for an ageing population, 30 July 2011

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  • The project was seen from the very start as part of a bigger picture. This is the context of the TSB’s projects in which we have operated.
  • The original consortium was augmented by additional partners to participate in the ALIP2 Anytime Anywhere project, and then additional partners took part in starting the ALIP3 DAP Connect Business Modelling Project.
  • The projects together form a coherent roadmap, building towards a complete picture of the delivery of Assisted Living services. These are collectively described in what is becoming called the Assisted Living Toolbox, a framework that was developed under ALIP2.Following from the learning and demonstrations achieved in ALIP1, the follow-on projects have broadened the learning and crystallised the thinking.
  • One of the major outputs from ALIP1 was the visionary Demonstration Tool.This is a web-based presentation of the concepts of Assisted Living, and it has proved invaluable in developing key technologies and strategies to meet the various demographic needs.
  • Some of you will remember Deirdre, the subject of ALIP1 vision for telehealth.
  • Following the inspiration of Deirdre, in ALIP1 TeleMedic Systems and Centrihealth worked together on a proof of concept based on delivering telehealth via a consumer’s set-top box. The primary consideration was on usability and clarity for the user, so that no expert knowledge is required, and health monitoring is done with clear feedback of information via a patient’s TV.
  • In ALIP2, TeleMedic Systems has made one step towards the Anytime Anywhere philosophy by broadneing its health hub solution to multi-point and multi-user, creating a kind of mesh solution allowing patients to be monitored in a wide variety of locations and situations.
  • This has a number of possible use cases, taking advantage of the flexibility of the solution.
  • Another ALIP1 vision was to support people with long-term care needs by giving their informal carers tools to manage the complexity of caring for their relatives alongside their own lifestyles. Microsoft followed this up with proof of concepts including an application called Rally Round to support carers with “Anytime Anywhere” tools centred around the needs of the people they care for.
  • The concept here is that informal and formal carers can organise their activities to ensure optimal coverage of their responsibilities and the care needs of the patient in a way that helps minimise the disruption to their lives, particularly important to the 6 million carers who also struggle to maintain full-time employment.
  • The Assisted Living Toolbox has been a major conceptual output from ALIP2.This is still in its developmental stages, but it aims to provide a one stop shop platform for the delivery of services in the Assisted Living world.
  • The concept is that users may subscribe to services and solutions that are designed to be interoperable at the service-delivery level. They can do this via a variety of platforms.
  • The solutions and services are offered in a framework that consists of multiple layers of offereing.
  • This is the grand plan.Looking at billing solutions for informal carers and how this works with statutory formal care.
  • The Trusted Services project addresses another Assisted Living Toolbox concept, that of authenticating users accessing services in an open and accessible way, while still delivering the level of trust between service providers and users require. It enables service providers to identity-protect their offering without having to invest in proprietary identity services.

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  • 1
    Beyond ALIP1
    Presentation to ALIP1 Showcase
    Simon Bramwell, Telemedic Systems Ltd.
  • Assisted Living Innovation Platform 2007 - 2012
    Knowledge
    KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER AND STANDARDS
    ALIP KT (running)
    DALLAS
    Standards
    PROGRAMME OUTPUTS
    Define
    SHORT TERM R&D
    Home based systems & UCD (running)
    SCDE (running)
    LONG TERM R&D
    Economic & business modelling
    Social & behavioural studies
    INDEPENDENCE MATTERS
    Ambient Assisted Living (AAL169)
    EXTERNAL to ALIP: Whole Systems Demonstrators
    2009
    2010
    2011
    2012
    2008
    2007
  • DAP Forum PartnersALIP Projects
    ALIP3: DAP Connect
    University of Westminster
    TSA
    Continua
    Health
    Alliance
    LSE Enterprise
    Docobo
    BRE
    Cisco
    HoIP
    Hereward College
    FAST
    Carers UK
    Centrihealth
    Microsoft
    Advanced Digital Institute
    BT
    MediLink
    Shared Learning Group
    Tunstall
    Telemedic Systems
    InovaTech
    Welsh Assembly
    Willmott Dixon
    3D Reid
    Bournemouth
    Borough Council
    LB Newham
    SASIE
    RIBA
    ALIP1:Home Health Hub
    ALIP2: Anytime, anywhere
  • ALIP1 and follow-on Projects
    Trusted Services
    AAL: HOPES (Eu)
    ALIP1:Home Health Hub
    ALIP2: Anytime, anywhere
    ALIP3: Carers Connect
    Use Cases
    Managing long term conditions (LTC) at home
    LTC management on the move
    Linking informal & formal care
    internet access to health+social care
    Social Network for Seniors
    Concept
    Cloud services and commodity devices supporting social and health care on the move
    Supporting the carer and family; connecting the patient
    Profiled and moderated social network for the elderly
    Access to Statutory Health records
    Toolbox + Carers in employment
    Links to statutory care
    Prototypes
    Rally Round
    Trusted Services
    e-Health social network
    Carers Connect
    Home Hub Demo
    Cloud Services
    VitalMesh
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Design Guide(s)
    Market
    Publication
    Product opportunities
    Product opportunities
    Businessopportunities
  • ALIP 1 Home Health Hub
  • 6
  • TPP
    SystmOne
    TeleMedic and Centrihealth ALIP1 System
    Session storage
    • audit trail
    • replay and review
    VitalNet Server
    Home Health Hub
    communications controller
    • multi-standard
    • event-driven operation
    sensor(s)
    -live data
    • continuous stream
    Clinical Interface
    - live session
    • emergency
    • doctor’s view
    Broadband/IP
    HL7
    communications controller
    Bluetooth
    configuration
    web page
    Patient (Deirdre)
    • LTC
    • Early release
    • emergency cover
    Centri-health
    System
    web server
    IP-Set-top Box
    configuration of
    user interface
    video
    display and user interface
    visual feedback
    • uses TV display and RC
    • simple to use
    -flexible web-enabled views
    http
    Any Domestic TV(all common interfaces supported)
    Corkboard
    - reminders
    • traffic lights
    • information
    Live TV
  • TeleMedic ALIP2 System
    VitalMesh
    Generic Use Case
    TPP
    SystmOne
    EPRs and expert systems
    CentriHealth
    System
    MeshGroupcomprising groups of nodes serving a number of LVLs
    VitalNetServer
    display device
    Master node
    configuration
    Node
    communications gateway
    building or institution
    display device
    LVLs (logical VitalLinks) comprising groups of registered parameter sensors
    1
    ethernet
    display device
    2
    ethernet
    PowerLine
    3
    WLAN
    WLAN
    control device
    4
    ECG
    weight
    Spirometry
    Glucometer
    Temperature
    Blood pressure
    Scalable multiuser/multipoint health monitoring access in larger buildings
    configurations may vary according to need
    VitalMesh Topology
    M.Bull & S.Bramwell ©TeleMedic Systems 2011
  • VitalMesh
    Configurations
    Configurations per use case
    Ubiquitous solutions
    ALIP2 WP2: Development of solutions to support ‘anytime, anywhere’ provision
    D2.4.1 Development of integrated solutions (TeleMedic Systems)
    Doctor’s surgery
    1 Node per office
    1 Node in the reception area
    1 Static Master at the Communications router
    Client software on doctor’s PCs
    Display device in reception area
    Web access at consultant’s office
    Patient’s home
    1 Node per major room (one is Master)
    Client software on carer’s PCs
    Low-cost display device (microPC) connected to TV or Tablet
    Prison
    1 Node per cell block med room
    1 Node per medical centre consulting room
    1 Static Master at the IT centre
    Client software on nurse’s PCs
    Typical Installations
    Police Custody Suites
    1 Node per cell (optional)
    1 Node per medical room or reception
    1 Static Master at the IT centre
    Client software on nurse’s PCs
    Web access for remote doctors
    Pharmacies
    1 Node in waiting area
    1 Node per consulting room
    1 Static Master at the IT centre
    Client software on pharmacist’s PCs
    Web access for remote doctors
    Care homes
    1 Node per resident’s room
    1 Static Master at the broadband router
    Client software on carer’s PCs
    Low-cost display device (microPC) connected to TV or Tablet
    All nodes (master and slave) are interchangeable and contain the same software
    Software is self-organising (dynamically adapts to changing installation)
    Each node may run on a variety of different platform hardware
    Minimum installation is a single node (no other local hardware is necessary)
    Control and display nodes are customised to use-case type (domestic, GP, public etc.)
    Installations are compatible and use compatible modular elements.
    Backend databases and monitoring software is the same for all installations.
    Software is self-updating and remotely configurable (low maintenance).
    9
    S.Bramwell ©TeleMedic Systems 2011
  • ALIP 2 Anytime, Anywhere: Rally Round
  • ALIP 2 Rally Round
  • 3rd Sector
    Platform for Enterprise
    Platform for 3rd Sector
    It opens a
    Whole world of applications
    Platform for UK plc
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    One stop shop
    UK plc
    Platform neutrality
    Open source ecosystem
    Enterprise
    Attractive revenue splits
    Prof. Andrew Marsh
    HoIP
  • DAP CONNECT –Over view of project
    Toolbox
  • It opens a whole new world of possibilities…
    Billing
    Interface
    Mobile, Billing, Trust,
    Data, EMR resources
    Assisted Living Resource API
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Consumers
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Assisted Living Toolkit
    Crowd sourcing
    One-Stop Shop for
    Assisted Living
    3rd Sector
    Rebranded bundle of
    customised tools
    UK plc
    Health, Wellbeing & Care web services
    Enterprise
  • Collectively, an open source Assisted Living Toolbox of applications with defined revenue streams.
    UK plc
    Consumers
    One-Stop Shop for
    Assisted Living
    Billing
    Interface
    Mobile, Billing, Trust,
    Data, EMR resources
    Assisted Living Resource API
    3rd Sector
    Rebranded bundle of
    customised tools
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Billing
    Billing
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Assisted Living Toolkit
    Crowd sourcing
    API
    API
    API
    UK plc
    ALIP 3
    ALIP 2
    HealthVault
    AL Services
    MAINGATE
    Dallas ?
    Trusted Services
    Tier-4 N3 grade
    ALIP 3
    Enterprise
    Billing
    Data Services
  • And sold as a branded Toolkit of Assisted Living applications with a common revenue model…
    Consumers
    One-Stop Shop for
    Assisted Living
    Billing
    Interface
    Mobile, Billing, Trust,
    Data, EMR resources
    Assisted Living Resource API
    3rd Sector
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Assisted Living Toolkit
    Crowd sourcing
    Billing
    Billing
    Billing
    Client
    Client
    Client
    OS commerce
    HealthVault
    AL Services
    MAINGATE
    UK plc
    Health, Wellbeing & Care web services
    Enterprise
    Data Services
    Billing
  • The Toolbox facilitates a tiered stakeholder revenue model.
    Consumers
    Billing
    Interface
    Mobile, Billing, Trust,
    Data, EMR resources
    Assisted Living Resource API
    Consumers
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Assisted Living Toolkit
    Crowd sourcing
    3rd Sector
    3rd Sector
    Rebranded bundle of
    customised tools
    HealthVault
    AL Services
    MAINGATE
    UK plc
    Health, Wellbeing & Care web services
    Enterprise
    Billing
    Data Services
  • It opens a whole new world of possibilities…
    Billing
    Interface
    Mobile, Billing, Trust,
    Data, EMR resources
    Assisted Living Resource API
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Billing
    Interface
    Consumers
    Assisted Living Toolbox
    Assisted Living Toolkit
    Crowd sourcing
    One-Stop Shop for
    Assisted Living
    3rd Sector
    Rebranded bundle of
    customised tools
    UK plc
    Health, Wellbeing & Care web services
    Enterprise
  • ALIP3 DAP Connect
    Patient
    Transport
    Services
    Home Deliveries
    Architecture
    Overview of project
    U3A
    Community
    Matron
    Informal
    Carers
    Council/PCT/Social Services
    User Services Interworking Gateway
    Council/PCT/Social Services Toolkit
    Community Services Toolkit
    Professional Clinician/carer Services Toolkit
    Professional Clinician/Carer Service Portal for doc@HOME Telehealth hosted services
    Council/PCT/Social Services /Telecare Services Interworking Gateway
    DOCOBO
    doc@HOME Server
    3rd Party Services Interworking Gateway
    Community Services Server
  • Trusted Services overview
    20
    Microsoft, HoIP and Napier University