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    Intel HIMSS WoHIT mhealth Intel HIMSS WoHIT mhealth Presentation Transcript

    • Clinic Without Walls Rick Cnossen- Intel, Worldwide Director of Health IT
    • 2 Agenda Intel in Healthcare? Clinic Without Walls Four Recommendations
    • Intel's Vision This decade we will create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth 3
    • Intel in Healthcare Research & Innovation Health IT Solutions Health InitiativesTrusted Advisor Standards & Policy Desktops Laptops WearablesSmartphonesUltrabook™ Tablets Single Architecture from Hospital to Home Secure, High Performance, and Consistent User Experience Cloud/Datacenter NEW IMAGE NEW IMAGE 4
    • 5 Agenda Intel in Healthcare? Clinic Without Walls Four Recommendations
    • Hope or Hype These new technologies will change everything and usher in the electronic revolution in medicine… putting real time information at the doctor’s fingertips and ushering in the era of the paperless office Recent Article: TheAdventofElectronic Medicine,…EHRswillbe widespreadinjustafewyears Clinical Futures 1984: 6
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    • Home Care Chiropractor Public Library Long Term Care Facility Pharmacy Employer Bold Proposal Shift50% of care to a Clinic Without Walls in10years 8
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    • Main Hospital Fitness Center Church Home Care Retail Pharmacy Chiropractor Public Library Favorite Restaurant Therapist Long Term Care Facility Primary Care Office Neighbor Caregiver Patient’s House Pharmacy Employer 11
    • Primary Care Office Work Place Home Car Distributed: from campus to community care Disruptive technologies— mobile, social, analytics—on top of global megatrends are nudging the world in this direction. 12
    • Not a tech problem Garage innovation Relationships Summary 13
    • 14 Agenda Intel in Healthcare? Clinic Without Walls FourRecommendations
    • Lessons from the EHR Revolution that wasn’t Holistic User Centered Standards Based Virtual 15
    • What’s making this all possible? Social Mobile Analytics Cloud The SMAC Stack 16
    • Common View Across the IT Ecosystem * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others 17
    • Mobile Workflow: Doctor App Subscriptions http://www.pcmag.com/slideshow/story/309765/doctor-recommended-7-top-health-apps PC Magazine, April 7, 2013 Allergist AllergyCast (Zyrtec) 4 day pollen forecast Cardiologist Quit Smoking (NHS) Support Messages, Tips, Helpline Dentist Time2Brush (Aquafresh) Where, Timer, Points Dermatologist LoveMySkin Mole Map Track Moles, Education Nutritionist Glucose Buddy Track, Trend, Reminders Pregnancy My Pregnancy Today Education, Checklists, Birth Clubs Pediatrician Baby Connect Monitor Activity (sleep, eating) 18
    • Holistic User Centered Standards Based Virtual Recommendations 19
    • Intel Global Innovation Survey Objective Evaluate consumer perceptions of technology innovations and various ways that it is expected to impact daily life. Methodology Penn Schoen Berland conducted a quantitative poll with over 12,000 interviews, spanning 8 countries in Q3, 2013. 20
    • Objective Evaluate consumer perceptions of technology innovations and various ways that it is expected to impact daily life. Methodology Penn Schoen Berland conducted a quantitative poll with over 12,000 interviews, spanning 8 countries in Q3, 2013. Intel Global Innovation Survey 21
    • Intel Global Innovation Survey 22
    • Intel Global Innovation Survey 23
    • Intel Global Innovation Survey 24
    • Intel Global Innovation Survey 25
    • End User Research 26 Battery Life Rugged Ease of Use Complexity
    • Holistic User Centered Standards Based Virtual Recommendations 27
    • 28 Continua End-End mHealth Architecture Personal Device Weight Scale Pulse Oximeter Independent Living Activity Cardio / Strength Medication Adherence Glucose Meter Pulse / Blood Pressure Thermometer Physical Activity Peak Flow Electrocardiogram Insulin Pump Mobile Apps Aggregation Manager Telehealth Service Center Health Records Health Record Network (HRN) Interface Personal Area Network (PAN) Interface Wide Area Network (WAN) Interface
    • 29 Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHA) An alliance and collaboration focused on the vision of person-centered health and health care with a mission to deliver interoperable personal health solutions that foster independence and empower people to better manage their health and wellness from anywhere; at anytime. Empowering individuals to better manage their health. Interoperability & Eco System Enablement Thought Leadership & Industry Connection Global Access & Leadership
    • Holistic User Centered Standards Based Virtual Recommendations 30
    • 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800 2,000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Others Mental Health Hypertension Diabetes COPD CHF Worldwide Telehealth Patients (thousands) Growing to 1.7 Million Visits by 2017 The World Market for Telehealth – An Analysis of Demand Dynamics – 2012 INMedica, IMS Research 31
    • Online Applications:  Viewing Lab Results  e-mail Providers securely  Rx refills  Booking appointments In-Person And Virtual Patient-Physician Visits Health Affairs, Pearl R Health Aff 2014;33:251-257 ©2014 by Project HOPE - The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc Kaiser Permanente Northern California, 2008–13. 0 5 10 15 20 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 office visits Virtual visits (telephone and secure e-mail) Kaiser Permanente Northern California, 2008–13. 32
    • Pascal Example- mobile prescription, order and renewal Experiences from the first mobile users Evaluation Areas: User Acceptance, Patient Safety, Usage Model, Authentication with SMS
    • 34 Pascal Example- Survey Findings  68% percieves that they have better access to information with a mobile device than without.  76% percieves that their work have improved with the use of tablets.  80% percieves that they can provide better help to their patients.  60% state that the patient becomes more engaged in the precription.  92% percieves that the tablet has fulfilled their expectations.  84% would recommend their colleagues to use Pascal on a tablet.
    • A Wide Array of mHealth IoT Wearables Person to Person Person to Computer Person as Computer Data Streamed Care Emotional Mirror Biometrically Attuned Responsive Coaching Authenticated Self Cloud Memory Long Distance Togetherness Bespoke Biotech Augmented Sensory Perception On-board Interface Hug Simulation Jacket Lets Parents Calm Kids Via Mobile Devices Printed Prosthetic Offers The Functionality Of A Human Hand Biohacked, Implanted Headphones Allow User To Echolocate Electronic Make Up Lets You Activate Gadgets By Blinking Smartphone Provider Introduces Ingestible Password Pill For Devices Wearable Camera Life Blogs By Snapping Photos Throughout The Day Responsive Bracelet Sends Thermoelectric Pulses To Heat Or Cool A Person’s Entire Body Running App Personalizes Workouts Based On Current Stamina Tooth Embedded Sensor Relays Eating Habits To Dentist Workout Gear Visualizes Activity Levels Of Wearer In Real-Time Sleep Monitoring A Kimono* with sensors monitors the baby's temperature, breathing and communicates with parents. 35
    • Video- IoT Limbs 36
    • 37 Thank You rick.a.cnossen@intel.com
    • Intel Across Healthcare: Learn More www.intel.com/healthcare Policy and Standards Mobile Healthcare Care Coordination Secure Cloud Devices and Imaging Performance Big Data Aging 38
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