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Twente 2009

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Why isn’t eHealth successful yet?

Why isn’t eHealth successful yet?

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  • 1. Why isn’t eHealth successful yet?
    Prof. dr. Jan A.M. Kremer, gynecologist
    Radboud University Nijmegen
    Supporting health by technology
    Enschede, 28-05-09
  • 2. After lunch poll
    “EHealth isn’t successful yet”
  • Where am I working?
    • Radboud University
    Centre for Reproductive Medicine (IVF centre)
    • MijnZorgNet
    Service organization that facilitates integrated networks
  • 4. How did I get involved in eHealth?
  • 5. From paradigm shift to a dream
    Patients (and not doctors) are the prima donnas of healthcare
  • 6. Digital IVF clinic
    • Personal information
    personal health record
    • General information
    Multimedia education
    • Communication
    p2p, p2d (chat & forum)
  • 7.
  • 8. Successful example of eHealth?
    • Trouble-free online since 2003
    • 9. Very enthusiastic patients
    • 10. More trust, less complaints
    • 11. Prizes, media attention
    • 12. PhD thesis (Wouter Tuil)
    Wouter Tuil
  • 13. Unsuccessful example of eHealth?
    • No evidence of effectiveness
    • 14. No upgrades or new versions
    • 15. Slow adoption by other fields
    • 16. Doctors are still skeptical
    • 17. No viable business model
    • 18. No evidence of effectiveness
    • 19. No upgrades or new versions
    • 20. Slow adoption by other fields
    • 21. Doctors are still skeptical
    • 22. No viable business model
    Wouter Tuil
  • 23. Disruptive innovations (1)
    • Healthcare is not complex, we have made it complex.
    • 24. Sustaining innovations make good things better
    • 25. Disruptive innovations make things simpler and more affordable
  • Disruptive innovations (2)
    • Transformation of complicated products into low cost & accessible products is not unique for healthcare
    • 26. Disruptive innovations are rarely initiated by leading organizations
    • 27. Disruptive innovations are not kind for current organizations, but are good for mankind.
  • Three elements of disruptive innovation
    Technological innovations
    Business model innovations
    Value network innovations
    1. Sophisticated technology
    that simplifies
    Regulations and standards that
    facilitate
    change
    2.
    Low-cost innovative business models
    3. Economically coherent value network
  • 28. Three kinds of business models
    Solution shops
    Value-adding process businesses
    Facilitated networks
    Current business models are not viable models
  • 29. How can we make eHealth to a widespread success?
    • Dare too dream!
    • 30. Listen to our patients!
    • 31. Innovate our business models!

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