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health-two-point- what?  mobile- why?  the promise + challenges @ the intersection between health + technology a healthy  ...
Examples Definitions Trends Data Debate Agenda
Audience participation? REQUIRED... please.
Buzzword Soup
A few familiar (?) names webMD founder, health Q&A, Oprah Health innovation venture arm, real experimentation Mobile refer...
“ Health 2.0” (ill-)defined <ul><li>beyond   traditional  “health IT” (not just EMRs/PHRs) </li></ul><ul><li>health care  ...
Our focus today… Mobile + Health = … ?
4.1  billion mobile phone users today Why?
WHO definition: “ delivery of health services + information via mobile technologies enabling more  decentralization  + gre...
A few telling (?) trends <ul><li>penetration  – 81% of US MDs will own + use a smartphone by 2012; 78% of general mobile u...
Source: research2guidance 2010 mHealth report mHealth market oppt’y
Now, we hear from  you .
Source: McKinsey + GSM report, Nov 2008 Where can mHealth add value to health services? Stages of healthcare needs Benefic...
mHealth will… open new oppt’ys for BioPharma to engage patients + providers.
mHealth is… 10 years too early.
mHealth will… reduce in-person doctor visits and help mitigate the doctor shortage.
mHealth can’t… change the way care is delivered.
m-wellness apps will… motivate people to focus on preventative health
mHealth will… help developing countries by providing access to medical care to anyone with a cell phone
mHealth will… be subject to FDA regulation, HIPPA, and data privacy policies
mHealth will… be reimbursed by payors.
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  1. 1. health-two-point- what? mobile- why? the promise + challenges @ the intersection between health + technology a healthy debate 11.18.2008
  2. 2. Examples Definitions Trends Data Debate Agenda
  3. 3. Audience participation? REQUIRED... please.
  4. 4. Buzzword Soup
  5. 5. A few familiar (?) names webMD founder, health Q&A, Oprah Health innovation venture arm, real experimentation Mobile reference app for physicians, survey tool health pricing transparency using claims data Patient check-in (the “digital” clipboard) MSFT’s personal health record (PHR) entry Mobiles for the elderly population; LiveNurse MD health hotline (1-800-call-a-doc); AT&T partnership personal genetic testing
  6. 6. “ Health 2.0” (ill-)defined <ul><li>beyond traditional “health IT” (not just EMRs/PHRs) </li></ul><ul><li>health care + delivery + services + prevention + wellness </li></ul><ul><li>everything is data + data is everything </li></ul><ul><ul><li>new sources (e.g. Humedica’s aggregated eHealth data) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>open-source (e.g. Merck’s cancer database) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>“ democratization” (i.e. decentralization) of health </li></ul><ul><ul><li>MD no longer “king” </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>self-care , self-monitoring, social / family involvement </li></ul></ul><ul><li>characterized by fragmentation + froth … so far </li></ul>
  7. 7. Our focus today… Mobile + Health = … ?
  8. 8. 4.1 billion mobile phone users today Why?
  9. 9. WHO definition: “ delivery of health services + information via mobile technologies enabling more decentralization + greater accessibility ” -- mHealth summit, Washington DC, 2011
  10. 10. A few telling (?) trends <ul><li>penetration – 81% of US MDs will own + use a smartphone by 2012; 78% of general mobile users have looked online for health info* </li></ul><ul><li>personal monitoring devices – cheap + everywhere (e.g. FitBit) although still a part of the “quantified self” community </li></ul><ul><li>emerging market oppt’y – significant potential abroad; numbers + limited regulation (e.g. Gates @ mHealth summit) </li></ul><ul><li>reimbursement – successful pilots are plenty, but limited commercial success to date (e.g. CMS + CardioNet) </li></ul><ul><li>analytics – population comparisons, real-time response, etc.; with all this data, comes great responsibility </li></ul><ul><li>2009 Pew Internet research report (Susannah Fox) </li></ul>
  11. 11. Source: research2guidance 2010 mHealth report mHealth market oppt’y
  12. 12. Now, we hear from you .
  13. 13. Source: McKinsey + GSM report, Nov 2008 Where can mHealth add value to health services? Stages of healthcare needs Beneficiaries ? Preventive * Diagnosis Acute/ Emergc’y care Chronic care Rehabilit - ation End of life support Patients Providers Payors 1 2 3 4 5 6
  14. 14. mHealth will… open new oppt’ys for BioPharma to engage patients + providers.
  15. 15. mHealth is… 10 years too early.
  16. 16. mHealth will… reduce in-person doctor visits and help mitigate the doctor shortage.
  17. 17. mHealth can’t… change the way care is delivered.
  18. 18. m-wellness apps will… motivate people to focus on preventative health
  19. 19. mHealth will… help developing countries by providing access to medical care to anyone with a cell phone
  20. 20. mHealth will… be subject to FDA regulation, HIPPA, and data privacy policies
  21. 21. mHealth will… be reimbursed by payors.
  22. 22. Questions?
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