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  • 1. Health service delivery 16 inputs
  • 2. Suppliers of knowledge, diagnostic tools, and medicine Doctors, nurses, pharmacists Hospital, health clinic, pharmacyInternet Ambulance or other vehicle Healthy people and sick people Health insurance and food suppliers Sports infrastructure
  • 3. Input # 1Health clinics
  • 4. Sourceshttp://hellohealth.com/http://youtu.be/vH9cwKKEpaQ
  • 5. Sourceshttp://www.doctorsexpress.com/http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/health/2009-07-12-doctors-express-franchise_N.htm
  • 6. Sourceshttp://www.containers2clinics.org/http://springwise.com/non-profit_social_cause/containers2clinics/
  • 7. Input # 2Pharmacies
  • 8. One approach for the pharmacy of the future is to build retail health centers that focus on healthy and at-risk individuals and that deliver a range of health and wellness services, such as health risk assessments, counseling, smoking cessation programs, and ongoing tracking of risk factors.Source: http://www.strategy-business.com/article/10103?pg=all
  • 9. 4 advantages of pharmacies Advantage # 1: Trust Advantage # 2: Access Advantage # 3: Skills and services Advantage # 4: Cost Pharmacy-based retail clinics could often treat patients at a lower cost than physicians’ offices could for the same conditions.Source: http://www.strategy-business.com/article/10103?pg=all
  • 10. Input # 3 HospitalsQuelle: http://www.pixelio.de/details.php?image_id=420208&mode=search
  • 11. http://www.scribd.com/doc/82442395/Ideas-for-Hospitals
  • 12. Input # 4At home
  • 13. Source: http://www.spitexch.ch/
  • 14. Input # 5Ambulances
  • 15. Source: http://www.pixelio.de/details.php?image_id=426105&mode=search
  • 16. Source: http://www.rega.ch/en/rega/rettungshelikopter.aspx?pid=040206010000
  • 17. Source: http://www.brand-ambulance.dk/viseasytell.asp?p1=33702&tilbage=ja&udskriv=ja&style
  • 18. “Doctors would like to have the possibility of literally moving the hospital to the patient’s driveway. That will only happen, if Denmark gets a sufficient number of high-tech ambulances…”SourceDanish Medical Association.http://www.berlingske.dk/i-laegens-haender/laeger-brug-pengene-paa-laegevagten-og-ambulancer
  • 19. Source: http://jp.dk/indland/article2004323.ece
  • 20. Input # 6File sharingtechnology
  • 21. Source: http://my.clevelandclinic.org/
  • 22. Other possibilities
  • 23. Input # 7
  • 24. “For the last four months of his life, I skyped with that patient every day.” Ron Dixon Massachusetts General Hospital, USASourcehttp://www.businessweek.com/innovate/next/archives/2009/09/health-care_ref.html
  • 25. Sourcehttp://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/questions_answers_from_doctors.aspx
  • 26. U.S. consumers willing to use alternative methods to get careSource: http://www.chcf.org/documents/healthit/HowSmartphonesChangingHealthCare.pdf
  • 27. Input # 8 Phone
  • 28. People feel more comfortable, when nurses respond to emergency calls.Source: http://jp.dk/indland/article2489717.ece
  • 29. Input # 9 Robots
  • 30. Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local-beat/Robot-Doctors-Could-be-Future-of-Medicine-102161529.html
  • 31. The doctor uses a joystick and a laptop computer to navigate through hospital hallways and to examine the patient.Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local-beat/Robot-Doctors-Could-be-Future-of-Medicine-102161529.html
  • 32. Robots can transport supplies around the hospital.Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/martin-ford/robots-stealing-healthcar_b_715793.html
  • 33. Input # 10
  • 34. Input # 11 Blog
  • 35. Sourceshttp://curetogether.com/http://www.dlife.com/http://www.diabeticconnect.com/http://e-patients.net/http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/http://www.patientslikeme.com/http://www.webmd.com/
  • 36. Online communities such as PatientsLikeMe allow people with common problems and disparate experiences to share knowledge in ways that the health-care system normally doesn’t enable.Source: http://www.strategy-business.com/article/00020?pg=all
  • 37. This community [PatientsLikeMe] and its openness embody the philosophy of healthcare in the future: We have much to gain from information and from each other.Source:The Future of Healthcare is Social.http://images.fastcompany.com/health-care/FC_FutureofHealthcare.pdf
  • 38. Input # 12 sms
  • 39. “Good examples include sending reminder messages to patients phones when they have a medical appointment..” “Or using SMS messages to deliver instructions on when and how to take complex medication..”Source“Five billion people to use mobile phones in 2010: UN”http://www.physorg.com/news185467439.html
  • 40. People trying to quit smoking are twice as likely to succeed when they get mobile-phone text messages to encourage them.Source:Study The Lancet medical journal.http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/texts-messages-helping-smokers-quit/story-e6frg6so-1226084704852
  • 41. Input # 13 Video
  • 42. Sourceshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGiZsv2fENghttp://casesblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/3-elements-of-good-health-exercise.html
  • 43. Jamie Oliver: Teach every child in school tocook 10 recipes that will save his/her lifeSource: http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/jamie_oliver.html
  • 44. Input # 14Smartphoneapplications
  • 45. ”I see the market expanding into interesting approaches,instead of shrinking and becoming dominated by a fewmonolithic players.”“There are so many heterogeneous things out therenow, from large systems to iPhone apps.” John Halamka Harvard Medical SchoolSourcehttp://money.cnn.com/2010/03/05/smallbusiness/electronic_medical_records/index.htm
  • 46. Blood pressure. Cardiac rhythm Oxygen. Temperature Glucose sensorUltrasound Calories intake SleepSource: http://www.ted.com/talks/eric_topol_the_wireless_future_of_medicine.html
  • 47. Handheld ultrasound – the new stethoscope?Source: http://www.ted.com/talks/eric_topol_the_wireless_future_of_medicine.html
  • 48. Input # 15 The outdoorfitness center
  • 49. Sport in a park in Beijing, ChinaSource: http://www.nzz.ch/hintergrund/reportagen/sport_in_pekings_park_1.785960.html
  • 50. Source: http://www.zurichvitaparcours.ch/
  • 51. Source: http://www.zurichvitaparcours.ch/
  • 52. Sourcehttp://www.zurichvitaparcours.ch/mein-training/vitaparcours-coach/zurich-vitaparcours-iphone-app/
  • 53. Source: http://www.facebook.com/zurichvitaparcours
  • 54. SourceKantonsspital Winterthur.http://www.ksw.ch/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-1152/1771_read-5348/
  • 55. Source: http://www.opengym.co.uk/
  • 56. Input # 16 Technologycombining health and energy
  • 57. Capture energy by kicking a soccer ballSources:http://www.soccket.com/http://www.rd.com/your-america-inspiring-people-and-stories/25-ideas-inventions-and-gadgets-that-will-improve-your-life-/article177213-2.html#slidehttp://www.fastcompany.com/blog/ariel-schwartz/sustainability/soccket-soccer-ball-replace-kerosene-lamps
  • 58. Source: http://www.soccket.com/media-gallery/gallery-1/
  • 59. 15 minutes on the field captures enough energy to power a small light for 3 hours.Sourcehttp://www.business-opportunities.biz/2010/04/27/cool-invention-the-soccket/