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  • The Atlast of Economic Complexity notes that if a country wants to optimize collective knowledge it needs to build connections among individuals. Greater complexity and connectedness, greater prosperity
  • Blurring of products and services---ATMAccenture—data management service now turned into new value-added service of data monitoring used in pharma clinical trialsHardware commoditization—strategy is to provide ICT enabled service offeringsJohn Deere—now offers services based on location-referenced soil samples , sent wirelessly to a remote database, map fertilizer appliedProducts themselves transformed into services when delivered via ICT networks, eg. Intuit and quicken when accessed on web it becomes a service. Products as a portal to a service, KindleValuable hybrid services of human and m2m
  • Giga Om Connected Health

    1. 1. Future of Connected Health Jody Ranck, DrPH GigaOM Pro Analyst Roadmap 2011 GigaOM November 10, 2011
    2. 2. What is the Problem we’re solving?
    3. 3. Source: Washington Post
    4. 4. Spending a lot, but not getting much…. Source: New York Times/McKinsey
    5. 5. Connected Citizen-Patients Source: IBM, The Future of Connected Health Devices
    6. 6. Connected Health Ecosystem
    7. 7. Source: PSFK, Future of Health Report
    8. 8. The Big Picture• Health as Information Science• Biocitizenship• Sharing data• Algorithmic Revolution
    9. 9. Information Organisms: Inforgs
    10. 10. Infospheres• Transparent Body• Shared Body• Knowledge of the Body-Democratization• Socialization of Health Conditions
    11. 11. Biocitizenship
    12. 12. Democratization of Health Knowledge Source: PatientsLikeMe.com
    13. 13. Algorithmic Revolution• Health as an IT Field-rules based• New Service Economy-products/services blurred, eg. Kindle as portal to a service, iPhone-iTunes• Reconceptualizing the underlying health enterprise• Management of knowledge and exploitation of tacit knowledge in social networks• Cooperation and Collaboration as Organizational Capacity• Public Goods and Collaborative Markets
    14. 14. The End Jody Ranck, DrPH GigaOM Pro AnalystContact: jodyranck@sbcglobal.net

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