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mHealth
Bhavya Siddapa | Neeraj Jain
Content
Mhealth – Introduction
Need for Mhealth
Initiatives in Mhealth area
Upcoming Technologies
Role of mobile devices i...
Reach of mobile devices
Source: mHealth for Development, UN Foundation
http://tinyurl.com/3dvfc4w
Iphone Image Source: apple.com
mHealth in the
What is mHealth?
Provision of health related services via
mobile
communications - Mhealth for development, UN foundation
Do we need mHealth?
Glimpse of Health Care in India
Glimpse of Health Care in India
Less than 700,000
functional hospital beds, of which more than40
per cent located in top-2...
20% approx
Adulterated and expired medicines
Glimpse of Health Care in India
Source: Business Standard http://tinyurl.com/...
Less than
6.5 lakh qualified
doctors
Glimpse of Health Care in India
Source: Business Standard http://tinyurl.com/62jf52d
rise in
Lifestyle
Diseases
Glimpse of Health Care in India
Source: PWC http://tinyurl.com/62klff3
Glimpse of Health Care in India
Malnourishment
Lackof Government funding
Low adoption ofhealth insurance
Source: PWC http:...
Problems
Accessibility
Limited resources
Counterfeit
Lack ofknowledge
Initiatives in mhealth globally
mHeath Apps
mHealth (mobile phone based healthcare solutions)
• Text-based solutions
• Multimedia applications
• Doctor-on-call servic...
Source: mHealth for Development, UN Foundation
Some mhealth projects
Upcoming technology
Mobile Technology Trends
• NFC
• RFID
• Bluetooth
• Connected IVI infotainment
• Voice UI
• Camera
• Sensors
• Location Ba...
Role of mobile devices in mhealth in
India
What role can a mobile device play
•Is it about replacing a doctor
•Is it about helping a doctor reachmore patients
•Is it...
Who is
a doctor
reliable
accountabl
etrustworthy
Image - http://www.flickr.com/photos/sightsavers/2532963067/sizes/l/in/ph...
How can
we make a
mobile
device…
reliable
accountabl
etrustworthy
Image - http://www.productwiki.com/upload/images/nokia_1...
Possible role of Mobile devices
Accessibility
Limited resources
Counterfeit
Lack of knowledge
Extending reach
Assist
Check...
Possible Business Opportunities
What are the Business
possibilities in this domain
accountabl
etrustworthy
reliable
accountable
trustworthy
GoalsExtending...
What new services could be for
•Extending reach of doctors & facilities
• To Assist health workers
•Check fake drugs
•Maki...
Conclusion
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  1. 1. mHealth
  2. 2. Bhavya Siddapa | Neeraj Jain
  3. 3. Content Mhealth – Introduction Need for Mhealth Initiatives in Mhealth area Upcoming Technologies Role of mobile devices in mhealth in India Possible Business Opportunities
  4. 4. Reach of mobile devices Source: mHealth for Development, UN Foundation
  5. 5. http://tinyurl.com/3dvfc4w
  6. 6. Iphone Image Source: apple.com
  7. 7. mHealth in the
  8. 8. What is mHealth?
  9. 9. Provision of health related services via mobile communications - Mhealth for development, UN foundation
  10. 10. Do we need mHealth?
  11. 11. Glimpse of Health Care in India
  12. 12. Glimpse of Health Care in India Less than 700,000 functional hospital beds, of which more than40 per cent located in top-20cities Source: Data - Business Standard http://tinyurl.com/62jf52d Image http://tinyurl.com/42wkpxb
  13. 13. 20% approx Adulterated and expired medicines Glimpse of Health Care in India Source: Business Standard http://tinyurl.com/62jf52d
  14. 14. Less than 6.5 lakh qualified doctors Glimpse of Health Care in India Source: Business Standard http://tinyurl.com/62jf52d
  15. 15. rise in Lifestyle Diseases Glimpse of Health Care in India Source: PWC http://tinyurl.com/62klff3
  16. 16. Glimpse of Health Care in India Malnourishment Lackof Government funding Low adoption ofhealth insurance Source: PWC http://tinyurl.com/62klff3
  17. 17. Problems Accessibility Limited resources Counterfeit Lack ofknowledge
  18. 18. Initiatives in mhealth globally
  19. 19. mHeath Apps
  20. 20. mHealth (mobile phone based healthcare solutions) • Text-based solutions • Multimedia applications • Doctor-on-call services • Medical Education • Location specific alert • Medical appointment reminders • Drug intake reminders • Health administration management • Remote diagnosis • Personal digital assistant (PDA)
  21. 21. Source: mHealth for Development, UN Foundation Some mhealth projects
  22. 22. Upcoming technology
  23. 23. Mobile Technology Trends • NFC • RFID • Bluetooth • Connected IVI infotainment • Voice UI • Camera • Sensors • Location Based Services • 3 D • Android Open Accessory
  24. 24. Role of mobile devices in mhealth in India
  25. 25. What role can a mobile device play •Is it about replacing a doctor •Is it about helping a doctor reachmore patients •Is it about empoweringpeople to self medicate •Is it about empoweringpeople to stay healthy & avoid diseases
  26. 26. Who is a doctor reliable accountabl etrustworthy Image - http://www.flickr.com/photos/sightsavers/2532963067/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  27. 27. How can we make a mobile device… reliable accountabl etrustworthy Image - http://www.productwiki.com/upload/images/nokia_1200.jpg /
  28. 28. Possible role of Mobile devices Accessibility Limited resources Counterfeit Lack of knowledge Extending reach Assist Check Empower Detection & Prevention
  29. 29. Possible Business Opportunities
  30. 30. What are the Business possibilities in this domain accountabl etrustworthy reliable accountable trustworthy GoalsExtending reach Assist Check Empower Detection & Prevention Role
  31. 31. What new services could be for •Extending reach of doctors & facilities • To Assist health workers •Check fake drugs •Making behavior changes towards good health •Detection & Prevention of Diseases •Building a platform to connectdoctors & make health information accessible
  32. 32. Conclusion

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