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Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards
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Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards

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  • 1. Improving Medical Technology Communications Through Consensus Building: IEEE 11073TM Family of Standards January 2013
  • 2. Personal Connected Health The Healthcare industry is developing devices to help monitor and maintain care remotely in patients – personal health devices. This helps to improve the quality of life and independence of patients, while giving healthcare professionals access to the data they need to make decisions. 2
  • 3. Types of Personal Health Devices 3 Pill dispenser Motion sensor Bed/chair sensor Blood Pressure Monitor Glucose Pulse Oxygen Monitor (SpO2) Weight Scale Environmental Physiological
  • 4. Personal Health Devices Profiles of patients, conditions, and devices used to monitor treatment 4 Age Event REACTION Component Sensor Diabetes risk 45 Type II Diabetes Lifestyle advice Intelligent personalised feedback Blood glucose (spot) 55 Hypertension Risk score for complication Data mining Blood pressure monitor 65 Angina ECG 67 Congestive Heart Failure Weight, Blood pressure monitor 70 Dementia Medication monitor Environmental sensor 72 Insulin dependent Continuous BG/ Insulin pump 74 Valve disease INR (International Normalized Ratio) 75 Peripheral vascular (leg ulcer) 76 Incontinence Incontinence monitor 78 Fall Fall alert 82 Death
  • 5. Personal Connected Health Increasing evidence supports the value of remote home monitoring in chronic disease:  35-56% reduction in mortality;  47% reduction in risk of hospitalization;  6 days reduction in length of hospital admission and  65% reduction in office visits;  40-64% reduction in physician time for checks and  63% reduction in transport costs (Cleland et al 2005; Lee R, Goldberg et al, 2003; Scalvini S et al., 2001; Elsner et al, 2006; Van Ginneken et al 2006) 5
  • 6. Why standards are important  Provides a roadmap for products and services – Each interface defines a boundary of responsibility for a product or service – Each exposed interface places interoperability requirements on the product – Constrains/enables areas for innovation
  • 7. Why interoperability is important  Healthcare is Complex: diverse providers, consumers, settings & needs  mHealth showing positive results…but success depends on patient/provider willingness to learn & use technologies  Early evidence shows interoperability is more cost effective than ad hoc solutions  Consumer Technology Market History: successful technologies are flexible and easy to use …Interoperability promotes ease for patients, providers and administrators
  • 8. Benefits of Device Standardization  Extensible range of devices – grows with needs of user  Single system for telehealth and telecare  Low cost – devices compatible and re-usable  Modularise the system (common interfaces) – Niche sensors – Specialist providers of system components – Extend range of devices available – Improved system functionality
  • 9. Benefits of Device Standardization  Home integration (smart meter, cable TV) – Ubiquitous – Utilities can provide the infrastructure – Utilities can install the equipment – Commodity item – Simpler installation  Increased scale  Can be used on patients with more prevalent diseases  System cost spread over more users
  • 10. 10 IEEE 11073-00103™ Overview Serial IrDA Bluetooth USB ZigBee Layers1-4Layers5-7 OSI IEEE Personal Health Device Standards Communication Protocols NFC IEEE 11073-20601™ Optimized Exchange Protocol IEEE 11073 -10404™ Pulse Oximeter IEEE 11073 -10407™ Blood Pressure IEEE 11073 -10408™ Thermo- meter IEEE 11073 -10415™ Weighing Scale IEEE 11073 -10417™ Glucose IEEE 11073 -10441™ Cardio IEEE 11073 -10442™ Strength IEEE 11073 -10471™ Activity Data Phase II … Device Specializations
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  • 12. Interested in learning more? Come see a live demonstration: Wednesday 9am – 1pm Thursday 9am – 1pm 12

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