Future of Health - Quantified Self / DIY Health

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Future of Health - Quantified Self / DIY Health

  1. 1. Maarten den BraberDigital Health StrategistCo-founder QS Europe / AmsterdamCo-founder Nexthealth@mdbraberhttp://mdbraber.comm@mdbraber.com+31 6 13897073Future of HealthQuantified Self / DIY HealthTHNK Amsterdam, June 5 2013
  2. 2. Future of Health?1. Converging trends: DIY, mobile, sensors, data2. Health doesn’t happen in the doctor’s office3. (Improved) engagement is keyQuestion: how can we use this for good?
  3. 3. Quantified SelfBeyond numerals: can include graphs,visualizations or qualitative time-seriesdata (“how do I feel?”)
  4. 4. Quantified SelfSelf concerns everybody in the sphere ofdirect individual concern. E.g. it couldinclude other family members
  5. 5. Emerging, converging andexponential trendsDIY, Sensors, Wearables, Mobile, Data
  6. 6. DIY / P2P everywherePublishing Wordpress, Twitter, LuluTourism AirBnB, VayableFinance Kickstarter, Indiegogo,Production MakerBot, 3DhubsTransportation GetAround, Fiat MioHardware Arduino, Raspberry PiBiology OpenPCR, GlowingPlantEnergy WakaWaka Light
  7. 7. But what aboutDIY health?
  8. 8. Sara RiggareSara is a Parkinson’s patients who gets tospend 1 hour per year in health care and theother 8765 hours in self care
  9. 9. Health does not happenin the doctor’s office
  10. 10. (Activity) trackersContinuous monitoring of movement,activity, sleep, heart rate, temperature, GSR
  11. 11. LumobackContinuous monitoring and feedback oflower-back related problems
  12. 12. AliveCor ECGSingle-lead ECG, giving professionals andpatients direct access to reliable ECG datato be shared for analysis
  13. 13. 23andmeDIY genomics testing kit, health risks, drugresponse, inherited conditions and traits
  14. 14. WellnessFX / InsideTrackerFull biomarker analysis (full blood draw ordrops), tracking and lifestyle/food advice
  15. 15. AsthmapolisWireless tracker for asthma inhaler useproviding aggregated location/time date
  16. 16. MC10 nanotattooFlexible, stretchable eletronics forcontinous monitoring of vital signs insideand outside the body
  17. 17. Scanadu Scout, Flo, FluMedical tricoder device (multiple vitalsigns: HR, temperature, SpO2, respiratoryrate, blood pressure, ECG, stress)
  18. 18. Proteus ingestible sensorPill records time of ingestion, heart rate,core body temperature, activity and restpatterns - used for medicine adherence
  19. 19. Vitalconnect patch3 days continuous monitoring of HR, HRV,activity and respiration rate (resulting in astress indicator)
  20. 20. Plenty of roomat the bottom
  21. 21. Increased engagementTrackingleads to
  22. 22. Increased engagementleads toImproved health
  23. 23. Increased engagementTrackingleads toleads toImproved health
  24. 24. New senses andself-expressionComputers, wearables and other forms ofnew technology are used to create newsenses and as form of self-expression
  25. 25. Three QS technology layers1. Input (sensors, devices)2. Analysis (algorithms, signal processing)3. Services (visualization, storage, feedback)The current model of vertical integration will not last andeventually break up in different parts (diversification)
  26. 26. Emerging business modelsContinuous versus event-basedSingle metric versus combined metricsPersonal data versus aggregated dataHealth here versus in the doctor’s officeCoaching versus diagnosing
  27. 27. Panopticon for good?Can we leverage all these tracking abilities,data and connected media to leverage thisfor the good rather than bad?
  28. 28. Future of Health?1. Converging trends: DIY, mobile, sensors, data2. Health doesn’t happen in the doctor’s office3. (Improved) engagement is keyQuestion: how can we use this for good?
  29. 29. Maarten den BraberDigital Health StrategistCo-founder QS Europe / AmsterdamCo-founder Nexthealth@mdbraberhttp://mdbraber.comm@mdbraber.com+31 6 13897073
  30. 30. Why Silicon Valley likes usIntegrated healthcare systemNationwide approach to healthcareNo need for FDA approval (only CE)Coherent research population

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