Global mHealth Landscape Hhs

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A broad landscape analysis of mHealth applications presented to Health and Human Services, Office of Global Health, November 2011.

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Global mHealth Landscape Hhs

  1. 1. The Global mHealthLandscapeJody Ranck, DrPHConsultantNovember 3, 2011
  2. 2. Mobile PenetrationHalf of all internet connections are now viamobileRate of Mobile Growth is 8x that of desktops 10yrs ago500 million worldwide will be using healthsmartphone apps by 2015 (Research2Guidance)
  3. 3. Internet of Things, too… Source: Cisco Systems
  4. 4. Continuum of Care Peer-to- Diagnostic Acute Long-TermPrevention Monitoring Peer data Screening Treatment Treatment collection
  5. 5. mHealth application taxonomy
  6. 6. Communications & Care Source: John Piette
  7. 7. Data Collection Source: Mohlovn Flickr
  8. 8. Coordinating Health Workers
  9. 9. TuAnalyze—social media meets diabetes, and soon, mHealth
  10. 10. En Español
  11. 11. Casa Salud
  12. 12. Cloud computing + Mobile
  13. 13. GamificationPwning Asthma (CITRIS, UC Berkeleley)Points for identifying triggers of asthma, eg.Industrial pollution in Oakland, CAParticipation in identifying causes will hopefullybe linked to triggering involvement in political,civic action around the environmentDengueTorpedo—game for ID of stagnant waterin São Paolo, win cellphone credits
  14. 14. Microsavings & Health
  15. 15. PeripheralsEyecare—EyeNetraCellscopeSkin cancer diagnosesScopes for blood smears: microbes, malariaBiometrics
  16. 16. TrackingSupply Chain: SMS for Life, TanzaniaRFID: Sproxil, PharmasecureDrug Adherence: GlowCaps by VitalityiHRIS—IntraHealth and Human Resources
  17. 17. Health Workers: Education iHeed Open University mDHIL MD NET
  18. 18. DiagnosticsUltrasound: Mobisante, VscaniPhone as StethoscopeECGs/Heart RatesTherapist in Your Pocket: VA for PTSD
  19. 19. WellnessPedometersWiithingsFitbitNutrition apps
  20. 20. Food Chains Source: Cisco
  21. 21. Healthy Cities 2.0
  22. 22. Open Data
  23. 23. Moving beyond “There’s an app for that…”
  24. 24. Social Movements Source: Al-Ahram
  25. 25. Lessons and the FutureLeverage existing platforms (eg. Drugadherence, reminders, etc.)Integration with HIV, PMTCT mHealth/eHealthinterventionsSmartphone penetration in Lat Am: 62% of mobile usersswitched to a smartphone in 2010, but most effective appsincorporate SMSNext generation of mHealth will likely have more peer-to-peer based interventionsOpportunities to learn about social networks and healthoutcomes in low-resource contexts
  26. 26. The End Jody Ranck, DrPH jodyranck@sbcglobal.net To read more:http://www.scribd.com/doc/20065857/Public-Health- 2-0-Re-Mixing-Public-Health Or follow GigaOM for publications on mHealth, Internet of Things, Connected Health

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