Why isn’t eHealth successful yet?<br />Prof. dr. Jan A.M. Kremer, gynecologist<br />Radboud University Nijmegen<br />Supporting health by technology<br />Enschede, 28-05-09<br />
After lunch poll<br />“EHealth isn’t successful yet”<br /><ul><li> agree
disagree</li></li></ul><li>Where am I working?<br /><ul><li>Radboud University </li></ul>Centre for Reproductive Medicine (IVF centre) <br /><ul><li>MijnZorgNet</li></ul>Service organization that facilitates integrated networks <br />
From paradigm shift to a dream<br />Patients (and not doctors) are the prima donnas of healthcare<br />
Digital IVF clinic<br /><ul><li> Personal information </li></ul>personal health record<br /><ul><li> General information</li></ul>Multimedia education<br /><ul><li> Communication</li></ul>p2p, p2d (chat & forum)<br />
No viable business model</li></ul>Wouter Tuil<br />
Disruptive innovations (1)<br /><ul><li>Healthcare is not complex, we have made it complex.
Sustaining innovations make good things better
Disruptive innovations make things simpler and more affordable</li></li></ul><li>Disruptive innovations (2)<br /><ul><li>Transformation of complicated products into low cost & accessible products is not unique for healthcare
Disruptive innovations are rarely initiated by leading organizations
Disruptive innovations are not kind for current organizations, but are good for mankind.</li></li></ul><li>Three elements of disruptive innovation <br />Technological innovations<br />Business model innovations<br />Value network innovations <br />1. Sophisticated technology <br />that simplifies<br />Regulations and standards that <br />facilitate <br />change<br />2. <br />Low-cost innovative business models<br />3. Economically coherent value network<br />
Three kinds of business models<br />Solution shops<br />Value-adding process businesses<br />Facilitated networks<br /> Current business models are not viable models<br />
How can we make eHealth to a widespread success?<br /><ul><li>Dare too dream!