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New Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Opportunities

New Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Opportunities

Peter T. van der Grinten
General Manager US/Canada, dbMotion

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  • Connected Healthcare
    dbMotion Overview
    Toronto October 28, 2010
  • dbMotion – Company Overview
    Originally established in 1996, integrated into Ness Technologies (NASDAQ: NSTC) in 1999
    Spun-off from Ness Technologies in 2004 after successful implementation of the product at Clalit Health Services (Israel)
    Venture capital funded: Vertex, Pitango, Gemini, UPMC - 3 rounds
    Revenue stage
    130+ Employees
    Strong infrastructure, ISO 9001 certified
  • Go to Market
    dbMotion works with local/global partners and system integrators to reach customers and provide professional services, implementation and support.
    Priorities:
    North America(IDN & Provincial Initiatives)
    Asia Pacific – early stage market entry
    US - Ramped up direct and indirect sales activities targeting key customers (local and relocated personnel), first deals closed, developed pipeline
    Establishing partnerships with strong local/global channels and SIs (Allscripts, IBM, Accenture, Orange Healthcare, etc.), Telecoms and HIT vendors
  • UPMC Case Study #1
    • Saturday night-Presby ED
    • 29 year old drunk man seen after bar fight
    2004-2007 dbMotion Ltd.
  • Launch dbMotion directly from chart
    Bar Fighter
    There were no problems listed in this patient’s problem list
  • Bar Fighter
    HIV positive
    • 64 year old man seen by his PCP for follow up
    • Patient has a history of Prostate Cancer
    • Allergy to Codeine noted in EpicCare
    UPMC Case Study #2
    2004-2007 dbMotion Ltd.
  • Patient has a codeine allergy
  • Example Patient
  • ExamplePatient
  • Early Clinical/Operation Impact – Pre-op procedures
    Bottom line impact
    • 82% reduction in wasted time
    • 50% increase in number of patients ready on-time for operations
    11
    2004-2007 dbMotion Ltd.
  • Israel HIN
    Clalit Health Services/Rambam/Sheba MC
    • 2006 dbMotion Ltd. Proprietary and Confidential.
  • 13
    2004-2007 dbMotion Ltd.
    About Clalit Health Services
    The largest Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) in Israel and one of the largest in the world
    3.8 million customers
    32,000 employees, 9000 physicians
    14 hospitals, 600 admitting departments
    1300 clinics
    500 pharmacies
  • Government Hospitals
    Clalit HS Hospitals
    Israel’s HIN - Hospitalsk
    Israel’s HIN - Hospitals
    Soroka
    1,100 beds
    Carmel
    Shalvata
    Rambam
    520 beds
    114 beds
    Beit Rivka
    Yoseftal
    900 beds
    Sheba
    300 beds
    70 beds
    Levinshtein
    HaEmek
    1,700 beds
    240 beds
    520 beds
    Clalit Health Services Hospitals
    Harzfeld
    Meir
    16 Hospitals
    Private Hospitals
    310 beds
    800 beds
    Hadassah E.C.
    Golda
    Beilinson
    660 beds
    360 beds
    900 beds
    (By the end of 2008)
    Schneider
    Kaplan
    Hadassah H.Z
    260 beds
    640 beds
    Geha
    290 beds
    (By the end of 2008)
    2004-2007 dbMotion Ltd.
    14
    166 beds
    14
  • Then... The Clinics
    1,300 clinics
    15
    2004-2007 dbMotion Ltd.
  • dbMotion SmartWatch™
    A new application that will be available with the dbMotion Connected Healthcare Solution.
    Designed as a population-based data analysis and monitoring solution that leverages the semantic platform, enabling monitoring of populations for a variety of conditions or events.
    Primary focus includes:
    Condition Monitoring
    Event Alerting
    Action Management
    Clinical Dashboarding
    Chronic Conditions - Bio Surveillance - Epidemic Outbreaks - Social Services
  • Agility : Using the Interoperable Patient Record
    NHIN
    Hospitals - Clinics
    Registries
    Untethered
    PHR
    Wireless
    Application
    IBM-Cognos
    Analytics
    Other Uses
    & Apps…
    Virtual Patient available to multiple applications & uses
  • Ten years delivering connected healthcare solutions
    65 Hospitals and Growing with World Class Partners
  • IRIS Group – Brussels, Belgium
    Group of 5 hospitals and clinics spread across 11 sites in the Brussels region. Delivering public healthcare services to over 1.5 million residents.
    Initial Implementation
    Integrating data from: AGFA QDOC, AGFA PACS, GLIMS labs, DIAMIC Pathology labs, Siemens and IBM ADT as well as other ancillary systems
    Clinical Domains: demographics, procedures, diagnoses, labs, documents, imaging
    Documents include: PDFs, large “blobs”/text, notes and documents
    Goals:
    Establish a unified information platform that enables the sharing of patients’ clinical information across the enterprise
    Enable IRIS physicians to explore medical data of a given patient within the IRIS system using dbMotion Clinical Views
    Provide IRIS with a web based portal as the main entry point for all clinical information
    Unique Patient ID
    Provide a solution for exchanging structured data & documents
    Provide a clinical viewer to help healthcare professionals navigate complex medical records
  • Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
    HIAL Project for INFOWAY
    5 major hospitals
    1,0000 clinics and Doctor Practices
    Go Live 2010
    Primed by IBM
    MS
    dbMotion
    Novell
    Others