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  • 1. Mobile Computing and Your Future Mary Markland SE Clinical Campus Librarian October 29. 2010
  • 2. Thanks to…. • TED talk – Eric Topol: The wireless future of medicine – http://www.ted.com/talks/eric_topol_the_wireless_future_of_ medicine.html • ADL Mobile Learning Guide – http://mlearn.adlnet.gov • Judy Brown – http://www.judybrown.com • Melissa Rethlefson – http://www.slideshare.net/mlrethlefsen/mcmla-2010-tech-trends-5298150
  • 3. Last week at CNN.com
  • 4. Ubiquitous
  • 5. Who has a mobile device? • >5 billion mobile devices in world • 3.4 billion people have access (1/2 population) • 1.2 billion PCs • 85% of Africans have mobile phones • 1.13 billion mobile devices sold • 270 million PCs sold • 17 month technology cycle in US • 6 month technology cycle in Japan
  • 6. CNN Statistics • 82% of American adults own a cell phone • 17% of them are “smartphones” • Top three uses – Texting – Personal email – Mobile Web
  • 7. Winners of MID Design Competition
  • 8. Why Should You Care?
  • 9. Change is Inevitable • Predicting 10 times more change in the next 10 years than we’ve had in the last 10 years • Don’t have many options to not change
  • 10. Mobile Learning Definition Educause • “Mobile learning, or m-learning, can be any educational interaction delivered through mobile technology and accessed at a student’s convenience from any location.”
  • 11. Healthcare Market for Mobile Learning • US healthcare market for mobile learning products - $104.44 million • Demand will grow 24% by 2014 - $306.67 million in revenues • Largest single “vertical niche” in mobile learning arena – 17% of US market Ambient Insight – The US Healthcare Market for Mobile Learning Products and Services 1009-2014 Forecast and Analysis
  • 12. Mobile Learning • Handheld Decision Support • Location-based Learning Services • Device-embedded Learning
  • 13. What’s the Driving Force? • EHRs • Patient Safety • “Expert Patients” • Quest for efficiency due to healthcare workforce shortages
  • 14. Mobile devices have: • Accelerometers • Compass • GPS • Cameras • Video • Audio • HDTV • Gyroscopes
  • 15. What Can You Do Now? Information Resources
  • 16. http://undmedlibrary.org/mobile
  • 17. DynaMed • Download via SkyScape • Need a serial number • Skyscape also comes with – Archimedes calculator – Outline of Clinical Medicine (OCM)
  • 18. MDConsult • Special Website • Create a personal account at main site • Caveat: If you go to the mobile site, it sets a cookie and makes it impossible for you to go to the regular MDConsult screen (where you could go to FirstConsult) UNLESS you go in and delete the cookie.
  • 19. PubMed • PubMed for Handhelds – Web site • PubMed on Tap – App • PubSearch Plus – App
  • 20. AHRQ ePSS
  • 21. Patient’s Learning Needs • Personal Health Records – GoogleHealth – Microsoft Health Vault – NoMoreClipboard • Information • Reminders • Chronic Disease
  • 22. Asthmapolis • GPS enabled inhaler tracks usage • Sends text if forget to take your medicine
  • 23. “There’s an App for That”
  • 24. Tracking • Can you self-manage your health better if you can track data, aggregate it and see trends? • Project HealthDesign from UW and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – “Forging a new vision of personal health records by exploring practical ways to capture and integrate patient-recorded observations of daily living into clinical care – http://www.projecthealthdesign.org/
  • 25. Some of their projects
  • 26. • 1.2 million sold
  • 27. your.flowingdata.com
  • 28. • Body Measurements • Energy Level • Exercise • Flu • Food • Job Satisfaction • Medication • Meditation • HbA1c • Cholesterol • Weight • Mood • Notes • Pain • Sex • Sleep Symptoms • TV • Wake Ups • Blood Pressure • Heart Rate • Asthma • Ovulation
  • 29. iFitness
  • 30. Diamedic Diabetes
  • 31. Accelerometors • PocketCPR – Tells anyone how to do CPR – Measures rate and depth of chest compressions
  • 32. GPS • Skout – see photos of potential mates within a certain radius • Gov 2.0 – see a street that needs to be fixed – send a picture with the exact coordinates • Foursquare – check-in to locations and let your friends know • City Tours • Track air pollution • Yelp – Find a nearby restaurant
  • 33. GPS in Medicine • TED talk – Bill Davenhall – “Your Health Depends on Where You Live” – “Geomedicine • Locate user and map it against publically available data for disease prevalence, chemical pollution. • Where do you expose yourself to risks? • Where you’ve lived may determine your health
  • 34. Sensors • No more stethoscopes? • Bye-bye Holter Monitor – Replaced by a patch that you send in by mail • Realtime EKGs • Vital Signs • Contractions • Sleep • Fetal Heart Rate • Handheld Ultrasounds
  • 35. Wireless Body Area Networks
  • 36. FitBit • Automatically tracks your fitness and sleep via tracker in your pocket, on your waistband, shirt, bra or wrist • Walk within 15 ft of base station and your data is automatically uploaded
  • 37. Zeo Personal Sleep Coach • ZQ Score – Calculates total amount of time you slept (Total Z) then adds and subtracts points based on the amount of restorative sleep (Deep and REM) and disruptive sleep (time and duration spent awake) that you get throughout the night.
  • 38. • From Corventis • “Smart Bandaid”
  • 39. • Diagnose poor balance when walking • Future – vibration device to alert user • BMI • Weight • Balance Score • Audio output • WiFi
  • 40. Zamzee • For kids • Online rewards based on physical activity
  • 41. Augmented Reality • Add a layer of information to the real world • Uses camera • Sometimes needs GPS and compass on phone
  • 42. QR Codes • Quick Response Code • 2-D Bar Code • Take a picture with a phone and use app to find out more info about product • Price comparisons, E- tickets, Facebook? • Can generate your own codes
  • 43. Wikitude • Scans your surroundings and adds information about what’s going on around you • Uses camera • Use it in the car too
  • 44. Layar Reality Browser • Real estate listings • Restaurants & menus • Museums • Historical Sites • Sales • Coupons for nearby businesses • VIP Passes
  • 45. Google Goggles • Text – Translation • Landmarks • Book cover – Where to buy • Artwork – Websites • Logos • Wine
  • 46. Medical Applications • Surgery – 3D displays, anatomical structures identified • Radiology • Diagnosis • Education
  • 47. Into the Future • Eric Topol’s Top Ten Targets for Wireless