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  • Demographic changes such as increasing population size and age, the emergence of chronic deseases, the increasing demand for medical services and healthcare staff shortages… have a very significant impact on healthcare systems as it increases the pressure in health expenditure
  • In the social field we’re seeing an increasing demand for knowledge and access to health information by citizens which has created a need for new telematic services to give answer to the increased expectations of the population. The expectation of immediacy in the provision of all kinds of services makes necessary the development of new technologies (wireless) to promote patients autonomy and improve professionals’ time management.
  • In the technological field there is an increasing use of telematic tools by the citizens, new applications that enable personalized treatments to patients, etc. and we’re seeing the emergence of smart devices which provide greater control of the patient’s health and the development of information systems provides new opportunities for telemedicine and remote care.
  • The principal challenges the international community is facing are the following:Increasing demand for health services : Population AgeingDisease ChronicityIncreasing demand from citizens on:Service QualityInformation available on real timeIncreasing mobility of the Agents Manage large amount of clinical information to access it in a safe and instantaneous wayTo face those major challenges, here are some strategic lines of action which have been identified:Empowerment ofpatients’ autonomy and specialized remote careImproving through ICT, accessibility, quality, safety and effectiveness of health carePromoting the use of new technologies to monitor patients in real–time
  • To reach those objectives, healthcare has to make a step forward the concept of iHealth. Indeed nowadays, the state of the art in healthcare, in the era of eHealth, offers us the possibility to use ICT in our daily practice through the use of internet, by the creation of static telemedicine platforms, the appearance of Electronic Health Record and the development of electronic prescription but we wanna go further than that. What we want is individualized healthcare, that the patient get involved in his own health and that they feel responsible for it, that healtcare systems adapt their systems on citizen needs and that we can all have immediate access to information and services wherever we are and whenever we want.To build the bridge between the concept of eHealth and iHealth, we will all have to work on concepts such as PORTABILITY, GLOBAL and CONNECTIVITY and considere remote diagnostics, Postoperative follow-up via mobile, Rehabilitation Sensors, Control the activity of Patients' medication in Real-time
  • Futurage wien 280210 a

    1. 1. 8th ERA-AGE FORUM Meeting The role of technology in achieving extended life years INNOVATION TECHNOLOGY TO FACE A NEW DEMOGRAPHY Joan Cornet Prat CEO TicSalut Foundation.Pàgina 1
    2. 2. Tabulae anatomical ligamentorum corporus humani... Venice, 1803. Copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine.Pàgina 2
    3. 3. Extracción de la piedra de la locura El Bosco, 1475-1480 Museo del Prado, Madrid, EspañaPàgina 3
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    5. 5. Europe 1950-2050Pàgina 5
    6. 6. Current trends in relation with the citizen Trends in the demographic field Trends Impact on health systems • The Spanish population will grow around 2.1 million over the next 40 years. Citizens over 64 years will be doubled by • Increasing population size and 2 representing 31.9% of the total • Increasing pressure in health increasingly aged population population. expenditure • Emerging chronic diseases • More time dedicated to face-to- face consultation between • Increasing demand for medical chronic patients and health services and healthcare staff professionals shortages • Increasing patient workload: risk of malpractice Pirámides de población de España. Fuente : INEPàgina 6
    7. 7. Nuevas perspectivas para la innovación en salud Cómo las TIC pueden ayudar a afrontar los nuevos retos Retos ¿Cómo? Open innovation: • Participación activa de los usuarios y clientes: quejas y Implicar al ciudadano en el sugerencias web 2.0 cuidado de su salud • Canalizar las capacidades internas de la organización • Colaboración entre agentes Transparencia: • Transparencia hacia fuera Mayor exigencia de los ciudadanos en calidad e • Toma de decisiones hacia dentro información disponible • Central Información hacia la Central del Conocimiento • Participación sector Potenciar la seguridad: • Garantizar la privacidad de los datos Gestionar el gran volumen de información clínica para • Accesibilidad disponerla de modo seguro • Mejorar la trazabilidad de las operaciones 7 • Recuperación del sistema frente a contingenciasPàgina 7
    8. 8. Current trends in relation with the citizen Trends in the social field Trends Impact on health systems • Start of pilot experiences for • Increasing demand for demand management and • Need for new telematic services to knowledge and access to health telemedicine services using give answer to the increased information by citizens mobile devices: expectations of the population • General expectation of Initiatives that enable family immediacy in the provision of all members or caregivers tracking • Development of telemedicine patient’s movements from an Internet kinds of services services that allow remote portal and keeping tabs on their location specialized care • Increasing public awareness of the participation in health care • Development of new technologies (wireless) to promote patients autonomy and improve professionals’ time managementPàgina 8
    9. 9. Current trends in relation with the citizen Trends in the technological field Trends Impact on health systems • The use of new technologies in daily life has • Instant information is changing increased significantly allowing citizens to explore new telematic applications: doctor-doctor and doctor-patient • Increasing use of telematic tools relationship by the citizen • The development of Information • Acceptance and implementation 8,3 million homes with Internet access Systems provides new opportunities of online services and for telemedicine and remote care procedures by the citizen 93.5% of Spanish households have a • New applications that enable mobile phone - More than 49 million • The emergence of smart devices personalized treatments to mobiles provides greater control of the patients patients health • Improved techniques for mass Emergence and development of • Wireless technology is a key element treatment of information health applications for mobile for Home Health (transfer health phones - Apple has already 32 mobile health applications services to the patients’ home)Pàgina 9
    10. 10. Mobile Health, new perspective for innovation in health How to face major challenges Challenges How to face them?  Increasing demand for health services :  Population Ageing  Empowerment of patients’  Disease Chronicity autonomy and specialized  Increasing demand from citizens on: remote care  Improving through ICT,  Service Quality accessibility, quality, safety and  Information available on real time effectiveness of health care  Promoting the use of new  Increasing mobility of the Agents technologies to monitor patients  Manage large amount of clinical information to access it in real–time in a safe and instantaneous wayPàgina 10
    11. 11. Nuevas perspectivas para la innovación en salud Factores críticos que determinan qué innovaciones introducir en el sistema sanitario Coste efectividad Impacto en Beneficio para el salud pública paciente Beneficio Impacto terapéutico INNOVACIÓN presupuestario Factores de Viabilidad equidad Factores legales / éticos 11Pàgina 11
    12. 12. Pàgina 12 Source: BRAID project
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    14. 14. Mobile Health, new perspective for innovation in health Towards a personalized medicine EHEALTH IHEALTH Application of ICT in health Customization of health practice services • Remote diagnostics • Individualized Healthcare • Use of Internet MHEALTH • Postoperative follow-up via mobile • Responsibility and patient • Creation of static Telemedicine Portability platforms • Rehabilitation Sensors involvement on their own health Global • Control the activity of • Adaptation of services and • Appearance of the Electronic Connectivity Patients medication in healthcare information based Health Record Real-time on the citizen needs • Development of electronic • Immediate access to prescription information and servicesPàgina 14
    15. 15. To achieve a real implantation of innovating technology , it is important to put the right question in order to find out the right answers: Where innovation comes from? Which devises are the good ones? Where is the money? Who pays for the services provided? Which is the legal framework? Who can access personal information? Who is accountable for? ...Pàgina 15
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    17. 17. Fundació TicSalut Fundació TicSalut Consell Consell Assessor Consell Professionals i Suppliers of Health d’Empreses Científic ciutadans Promoting the development and the utilization of the information technologies and the communication (TIC) and the work in net in the area of the health, advancing made a General goal model based on the personalized and human attention for all the citizenship Collaboration Agreement Fundació TIC i Salut – Health Department / CatSalut International Observatory Innovation Normalization relations and projects Telemedicine and Office of Projects, Tendencies standards Teleassistance plan agreements, maps DEPLOYMENT congress DEPLOYMENTPàgina 17
    18. 18. Projecte Diagrama conceptualPàgina 18
    19. 19. Projecte Plataforma de TreballPàgina 19
    20. 20. WE NEED A TEAM WORK ...Pàgina 20
    21. 21. l THANK YOU !!!! JOAN CORNET PRAT Joan.cornet@ticsalut.cat www.ticsalut.cat www.flashticsalut.catPàgina 21