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    • Achieving Health Results that Matter Talent | Innovation | Health Amsterdam Health & Technology Institute ICT Cluster meeting 17 Juni 2014
    • Health is the largest sector in the world Many countries spend more than 10% of their gross domestic product (GDP) on health expenditures Healthcare is facing unsustainable growth Sector is not spending resources efficiently Technology is crucial: - Health sector is an industry where innovation often leads to higher costs - Technological innovation translated into clever applications creates value Healtcare sector 2
    • Healthcare costs in perspective The cost of the Dutch police force... The cost of buying a 2nd JSF testplane... The annual cost of the Dutch royal family... Would pay for only 5 hours of healthcare Equals paying for healthcare for one month Pays for just one morning of healthcare 3
    • Compression of morbidity age Qualityoflife “Compression of morbidity” More healthy years For many years already advancement of Healthy years stays behind advancement in life years, especially for low incomes Low income High income Life years Healthy life years 73,4 / 78,8 81,5 / 85,8 52,3 / 52,4 70,1 / 70,0 21,1 / 26,4 11,5 / 15,8 Difference > 10 years http://www.cbs.nl/NR/rdonlyres/DC5A6622-8979-4068-BDEA- F099DC79F5AF/0/201001tsg8817.pdf
    • AHTI’s core activities Education & training Living Lab 5 Living Lab • Acces to care organisations • Acces to municipality & Insurer • Monitoring on healthdata • Development of consortias and projects Education & Training Valorization & Knowledge Translations Scientific Discovery & Innovation
    • 22 Boroughs 6 AHTI
    • An International Network of Living Labs 7
    • AIHT’s core activities Education & training Living Lab Scientific Discovery & Innovation • Needs Assessment • Development of New Technology • Application in Society • Impact evaluationValorization & Knowledge Translations Education & Training Scientific Discovery & Innovation 8
    • Research areas • Increasingly sedentary lifestyles – cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and obesity • Social settings of cities – social isolation, stress, depression, violence, inclusion • Urban pollution – asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, water-borne diseases • Living close to each other – infectious diseases 9
    • AIHT’s core activities Education & training Living Lab Valorization & Knowledge Translation • Human capital • Funding / capital • Regulatory support • Office space • Access to core technologies • Global networks Valorization & Knowledge Translations Education & Training Scientific Discovery & Innovation 10
    • AIHT’s core activities Education & training Living Lab Valorization & Knowledge Translations Education and Training Scientific Discovery & Innovation 11 Education & Training • Masters programs • Doctoral programs (PhDs) • Executive training • Summer schools • Community education • E-learning / Massive Open Online Courses Educatioin & Training Scientific Discovery & Innovation
    • Focus – AHTI will push development of health innovations towards health services that improve the system as a whole serving individual needs – AHTI has a strong focus on urban health, shifting the emphasis from healthcare towards healthy living, with the goal to achieve higher quality at lower cost – AHTI's approach is global, multidisciplinary, entrepreneurial, dynamic, iterative and evidence informed– using and linking currently available data Talent | Innovation | Health
    • Living Labs are on the Continuum of Research Platforms 13 Depth (individual) Reach (systemic) Qualitative research Pilot study Cohort Quantitative Monitoring Digital panels
    • Consortium composition Academic Corporate Not for profit/public Partners UvA VU AMC Vumc HvA UTwente Achmea Ahold BCG Danone-Nutricia Health(e) Foundation Associate Partners 23 supporting universities Vodafone Life Sciences Partners (LSP) MedSciences Capital Management AT5 Waag Society Joint program coordinators AIGHD Duke University 14
    • Timeline Start AIHT… Start of… Start with… Start of first… Start AIHT… Start… Start of e-learning and MOOCs Start… Start… Start of 1st… First Demo Projects from Living Lab published AIHT… 600 students per year milestone reached AIHT Breakeven Point Reached 2014 2015 2016 2016 2017 2018 2019
    • Cooperation 16 Community of practice Community of monitoring Community of Health Research
    • Cooperation ICT cluster 17 Community of practice • interested in Healthcare market • Focus on innovation • Cooperation in research projects • Transfer of academic knowledge to commercialisation • Students in medical technology
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