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    • THE FUTURE IS NOW 21st Century Patient SupportPrepared by Sara Weiner, Ruth Lim, and Remy Wainfeld Digital Integration & Innovation, RTCRM
    • MOBILE APPS rtcrm proprietary and confidential 2
    • Everyday HealthCreator: Everyday Health, Inc.How It Works:- Smart health tips for every day of the year- Medically reviewed info on 50 top health conditions- Expert answers from doctors and pharmacists- “What would mom say” – common-sense, easy-to-use advice for everyday health issues- Nutrition advice for 100+ types of snacks; calorie counterTarget Audience:Everyone, for daily useReviews:“All of the Everyday Health Apps are AWESOME, but the daily tips shouldhave an option to forward to our email – we can keep them permanentlyinstead of having to go back through and search the app for it. It’s a breathof fresh air to have so much support wrapped up in a little app!”Why It Works:Provides users with daily healthy advice in easy-to-use interface. Non-cumbersome information rtcrm proprietary and confidential 3
    • The Eatery Creator: Massive Health, Inc. How It Works: - Users snap photos of their food and enter them into the app to keep track of what they have eaten - Users can rate their food from a scale of fat to fit - Users can invite friends to rate their food and vice versa Target Audience: People who want to lose weight, and/or stay healthy by keeping track of what they eat Reviews: “It’s addicting to see and rate what your friends are eating! It actually inspires me to make healthier choices and track my eating habits! Love the gorgeous UI and humorous messages.” Why It Works: This app makes use of the power of peer motivation to get users to stay healthy. Users find it a refreshing change from the usual calorie-counting apps. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 44
    • Superfood HDCreator: Silver Beech StudiosHow It Works:- Introduces superfoods and their nutrients. Aids in preventive maintenance by encouraging users to consume superfoods- Recipes show how to prepare super-foodsTarget Audiences:Anyone who wants to start eating healthily, the natural way; people whowant to know more about superfoods and how they can incorporatethem in their daily dietReviews:“This app is a perfect addition to your life if you’re interested in healthyeating. The content is excellent and very well put together, plus thebeautiful images make this very appealing.I also love the 3D spinning images! 5 very deserved stars.Great job!”Why It Works:This app makes nutritional information fun by introducing superfoods inan appealing way through high-quality imageryand functionality. Users love the easy recipes that can help them toincorporate superfoods into their diet. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 5
    • FooducateCreator: Fooducate Ltd.How It Works:- Users can scan a product barcode and see product highlights (both good and bad), especially information that manufacturers don’t want you to notice (calorie count, nutrition facts, etc.)- Users can share interesting product facts with friends via social mediaTarget Audience:People who are looking to make the healthier choice when buyinggroceriesReviews:“Best app I’ve downloaded to date. Works like a charm and is definitelyinfluencing my grocery shopping. Can’t recommend it highly enough.”“Love to scan products at the store. Also shows weight watcher points!”Why It Works:Helps users discover the real nutritional truth behind food, clarifiesmisconceptions and false claims, and helps users to start eatinghealthily, for real rtcrm proprietary and confidential 6
    • HCV-EdgeCreator: NetCloud DesignsHow It Works:- Smart health tips for every day of the year- Monitors treatments- Maintains treatment schedules- Offers updates on latest antiviral therapies, detailed information on response rates, potential side effects, and duration of antiviral therapies- Exclusive access to Edge-App forums where users can discuss Hepatitis C with others in the communityTarget Audience:Hepatitis C patientsWhy It Works:Fits niche need; dedicated to Hepatitis C patients. One-stopsolution to help Hepatitis C patients monitor and maintaintreatments rtcrm proprietary and confidential 7
    • Med AlertCreator: Hugo ChacaltanaHow It Works:- Simple, easy-to-use app that allows users to set multiple medication schedules, even for multiple people- Users can set frequency and duration of medication, and set different alarm sounds for the different people/medication in the scheduleTarget Audience:Patients, family/caretaker of patientsReviews:“My dad had eye surgery and he has been taking 4 types of eyedropswith different schedules plus 1 pill. The app controls everything. It’sVERY easy to configure and took less than 5 mins to do.”Why It Works:Colorful and vibrant interface. Customizable alarms differentiatebetween drugs. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 8
    • RelaxCreator: Michael SchneiderHow It Works:- App helps users to relax and rest by teaching relaxation tactics via a soothing voice and soothing soundtracks- Users can set the duration of treatment they wish to have, as well as what they wish to do after the treatment (wake up, sleep, or take a short nap)Target Audience:People who suffer from insomnia, post-traumatic stressdisorder and other stress-induced symptomsReviews:“Love it! I have been using this program for over a year andthere is nothing better to help me sleep or get back to sleep.No other sleep aids needed!”Why It Works:Simple and intuitive (the last thing you want to do beforerelaxing is to get stressed out about using an app!). Extremelyeffective, though many users were initially skeptical toward theclaim that the app never fails to help people fall asleep. Aquick, fuss-free de-stressing fix useful in the middle or end ofa rough day. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 9
    • Moody Me Creator: MedHelp How It Works: - App works like a mood diary to help users to keep track of their moods - Users can take pictures of what makes them happy/sad to help them better manage their moods - Users can play a slideshow of their “happy photos” when they are sad - Users can post questions and get answers about their mood concerns on MedHelp’s free support communities Target Audience: People who suffer from mood swings, mood disorder, bipolar disorder, depression Reviews: “I use this app many times a week. It definitely helps me to see the bigger picture of my moods, and it helps me to remember things to bring up in therapy. I really like the gallery you create of images that make you happy. It’s good to look at when you’re down. And, this app works well for me as a gratitude journal because I can add notes to each day.” Why It Works: Users love it because it is so innovative and yet so simple to use. Users say the app really helps them at their therapy sessions, keeping track of their different moods as well as the reasons they are experiencing a certain mood. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 1010
    • SpectrekCreator: SpectrekHow It Works:- This app gets gamers off their couch and moving, by way of hunting "ghosts" anywhere around the world using their smartphone’s camera and GPS.Target Audience:Gamers, couch potatoes, people who dislike traditional exercise,childrenReview:“Kids love this game. It’s really a great game for us. Would begreater if you could make smaller maps and random ghostspirits.”Why It Works:Makes exercising into a game that you play anywhere, withfriends or by yourself. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 11
    • MEDICAL DEVICESrtcrm proprietary and confidential 12
    • FitbitCreator: Fitbit, Inc.How It Works:- Activity tracking: accelerometer and altimeter track steps taken, calories burned, and distance traveled.- Sleep tracking: The Fitbit tracker wristband monitors how long you sleep, and how many times and how long you wake up during the night.- Check progress on digital display.- Check your progress and stats, and log workouts and meals in the online interface and/or mobile app.- Participate in the Fitbit.com social network to share info with friends, set goals and seek/give advice.Target Audience:AnyoneReviews:“It didnt drastically change the way I looked at my own fitness, but I can see how it could forsomeone trying to lose weight and get a little motivation. Less sexy, low-tech pedometers can behad for much less, but getting one that keeps track of all that data and makes it available from anycomputer with an Internet connection is a really nice feature, and well worth the extra cash.”Why It Works:Small and easily hidden under pieces of clothing. Digital display. The social network provides users with aplatform to share their performance with friends and family, creating a feedback loop. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 13
    • UPCreator: JawboneHow It Works:- Tracks your activity: The UP wristband and iPhone app track your steps, distance, calories burned, pace, intensity level, active versus inactive levels and GPS routes (you can even program the wristband to vibrate and “remind” you to move when you have been inactive for too long).- Tracks your sleep patterns: automatically tracks your hours slept, deep versus light sleep, awake time and overall sleep quality.- Tracks your meals: Use the iPhone app to snap pictures of food and respond to prompts about how the food makes you feel.- Social network: join a challenge and compete with friends (reach a certain activity goal and unlock points to win real prizes).Target Audience:People who want/need to constantly monitor their health; people who want to keep tabs on their diet andexercise.Reviews:“The band is not too intrusive, has made me accountable to my own body, and I do think moreabout how much I move and sleep. Seeing the day-to-day data is a step in the right direction fortracking goals, challenging ourselves to do better.”Why It Works:Highly interactive – allows users to use social media to join a challenge and compete with friends,creating feedback loop. Comfortable to wear. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 14
    • BodyMedia FIT Core and Link armbandsCreator: BodyMedia, Inc.How It Works:- The armband contains an accelerometer that measures motion.- The accelerometer counts steps by measuring distinct patterns.- When you sweat, your skin becomes more electrically conductive. This measurement helps the device understand how active you are.- There’s an electronic thermometer inside your armband that monitors how hot you are.- When you move, your muscles produce heat. Your armband measures the heat that’s flowing from your body into the environment.- Users can upload information from their armband to their computer, where they can view how many calories they have burned and track calories consumed. Depending on the version they own, users can view this information directly on the wristband display, and or on apps on their iPhone or Android devices.- Monthly subscription required.Target Audience:People who want/need to monitor their exercise regime, people who want to stay healthy/lose weight via exercise.Reviews:“The BodyMedia FIT armband is an amazing weight-loss tool. It is an armband that gives you highly accurateinformation on the number of calories you burn throughout the day, and it also tracks the quality of your sleep —which is an important factor in weight loss — and nutrition and workout data. I love the easy-to-use food log thatthis device offers.”Why It Works:Uses more accurate means of measuring calories burned than other devices. Integrates with full suite of support. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 15
    • MOTO ACTVCreator: MotorolaHow It Works:- Worn with a wristband, arm band, or belt clip, or mounted on a bike.- Tracks speed, distance and calories burned from running, walking and cycling.- Also a music player that learns what songs motivate you based on physical activity.- Workout data is automatically stored online; online interface and/or mobile app allows users to plan workouts, create long-term goals, and analyze performance.- Users can also answer phone calls and read text messages on the device through Bluetooth-enabled technology.Target Audience:Young, busy professionalsReviews:“This device was a pleasant surprise to me. I’m by no means a healthy person, definitely someone whocould benefit from a regular run outside in the summer or inside the mall in the winter, and what do youknow, this device has me wanting to do it. In that I’ve not been a regular exerciser for at least the pastfew years now, the motivation I feel to get busy is a testament to how well the device does its job.”Why It Works:Packs everything into one small package. More than an activity tracker, it is also a phone and a musicplayer. Perfect for busy young professionals and people who want to just use one device. The device issmart. It takes advantage of the motivational power of music to encourage more activity. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 16
    • WEBSITESrtcrm proprietary and confidential 17
    • World Hep Alliance – Wall of StoriesCreator: World Hepatitis AllianceHow It Works:- Getting Hepatitis B & C patients to write about their fight against Hepatitis B & C. Their stories are then uploaded on the organization’s website, in the Wall of Stories section.- Users can select the country they are from to read the testimonials of people from that same country.Target Audience:Hepatitis B & C patientsWhy It Works:This website differentiates itself from other support forums by putting a face on the disease. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 18
    • StickK.comCreator: Yale University EconomistsHow It Works:- Encourages people to meet their goals (lose weight, quit smoking, get healthy, etc.) by setting up monetary stakes through “commitment contracts” to achieve them.- Prompts users to invite friends to referee and support them through the process of achieving their goals.Target Audience:People who need extra motivation to get to their goals.Reviews:“StickK actually works. I’m doing it! Getting regularexercise, that is. It’s a shame I had to ‘put a contract out’on myself, but what can I say, exercise has never beenmy favourite thing to do. I’ve been a procrastinator, butnot anymore!”Why It Works:Addresses the problem of not being motivated enough toachieve your health goals head on by getting users toplace a bet on themselves. Although initially unwilling,users swear by its effectiveness. Users have the option ofallocating their money to charity, further promotingincentive. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 19
    • PatientsLikeMe.comCreator: Patients Like MeHow It Works:- A one-stop website where users can share on forums, find out about new treatments, as well as chart the progress of their treatment and their medical condition.Target Audience:Patients suffering from over 500 conditionsReviews:“I’ve long been a fan of patientslikeme.com. I think theyfill an incredible need. Only time will tell how much‘ordinary’ patients (not with a chronic disease) will shareonline, but kudos to patientslikeme.com for making theirservices widely available.”Why It Works:More than a forum; combines a supportive communitywith a credible medical information. In addition toemotional support, users can track and learn about theexperiences of people who suffer from the samediseases, helping them make wise treatment choices. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 20
    • SuperBetter.comCreator: Social ChocolateHow It Works:- A private online game that teams users up with friends and family to embark on an adventure toward health and wellness. The game helps users recover from real illnesses/injuries or achieve health goals by increasing personal resilience—optimism and motivation in the face of challenges.Target Audience:People suffering from physical illnessWhy It Works:Taps into the power of positive psychology. The game builds the user’s resilience, positive emotionality,and perception of social connectivity, all of which have been demonstrated to translate into betterphysical well-being. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 21
    • LEARNINGS FROMDEVELOPING NATIONSrtcrm proprietary and confidential 22
    • 5 ORGANIZATIONS THAT AREUSING MOBILE TO CHANGEHEALTHCARE IN AFRICArtcrm proprietary and confidential 23
    • 1. Praekelt Foundation• The Praekelt Foundation has a variety of products designed to promote mobile penetration and universal health in Africa.• They launched TxtAlert, a mobile tool that sends unique, automated SMS reminders to patients on chronic-illness medication. The SMS reminders are used to reminds patients to take their medication or perform other necessary tasks.• A special tool called “Please Call Me” allows patients to call their doctors even if they don’t have any airtime available by pinging their doctor, who then calls back.• Young Africa Live is a digital forum where African youths can share stories and get information about HIV and AIDS. It also has helpful numbers and contact details for HIV- and AIDS-related organizations. The goal is to de-stigmatize the diseases while also providing clear facts and support groups for African youths. The portal also features live chats with doctors and relationship experts. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 24
    • 2. Health eVillages• Health eVillages was launched to arm doctors in under-served regions with inexpensive phones and high-powered diagnosis tools.• The program will deliver to those doctors and healthcare workers new and refurbished mobile devices preloaded with clinical decision support reference tools like drug guides, medical alerts, journal summaries and references pulled from Skyscape, a medical reference app company.• Health eVillages has already run pilot programs in Haiti, Kenya, Uganda and the Greater Gulf Coast. It will be rolling out in earnest in fall 2011. It estimates that there are more than 1 billion people worldwide living in under-served areas and nearly one- third of countries are low on skilled healthcare workers. The phones will not only reach new areas but hopefully improve the quality of care offered. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 25
    • 3. mHealth Alliance• The mHealth Alliance draws together some of the largest companies and organizations to further health care in developing countries.• Some of the alliance’s projects include: - SMS-based drug-counterfeit checker developed by HP - Communications systems that connect patients to their doctors - SMS alerts on the spread of local diseases, - SIMpill, a senso-equipped pill bottle that uses phone technology to remind people on medication to take their pills on time, warn them if they are about to take too much, and alert doctors if patients are not taking their meds. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 26
    • 4. Medic Mobile• Medic Mobile is all about patient-to-doctor care. The SMS-based platform allows patients to get home-based care even if they can’t be physically visited by a caregiver.• The organization launched a pilot program in Malawi which, in six months, saved the clinical staff an estimated 1,200 hours follow-up time and more than $3,000 in fuel and transportation costs. In addition, more than 100 patients received treatment for TB after their symptoms were noticed by the community and reported by text message. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 27
    • 5. Text to Change• Text to Change, a Dutch non-profit organization, runs a series of four-week education programs that use SMS messaging.• Each program starts with an announcement SMS message that encourages mobile phone users to participate in a free-of-charge questionnaire. Mobile phone users are told that they would win prizes as an incentive.• Participants are then sent multiple-choice quiz questions in the form of SMS messages. If participants answer a question correctly, they will receive additional information about the topic. If their answer is wrong, they will receive the correct answer with an explanation.• During the program, Text to Change encourages people to visit partner HIV test centers and clinics.• Text to Change ran a pilot in Mbarara, Uganda, to test this initiative in February 2008. From February 14, 2008, until April 8, 2008, there were 15,000 Celtel (now ZAIN) mobile phone users targeted in the Greater Mbarara region. During this time 2,610 (17.4%) people responded to one or more SMS question. rtcrm proprietary and confidential 28
    • Dii: Digital Integration & Innovation The RTCRM Digital Integration and Innovation team is tasked with keeping track and making sense of the ever-changing digital world. It’s our job to understand the nuances of how and why different types of people use technology and what that tells us about them. More importantly, it’s our job to help our clients apply this knowledge to better communicate with their customers. We help clients translate business goals into marketing campaigns that build relationships with customers. In the 21st century, understanding how and why someone uses technology is as important as understanding where they live, what gender they are, and how old they are. That’s where we come in. From ensuring that technological behavior is considered in the research phase, to tactical plans that align digital, print and broadcast tactics, we work with clients and internal partners to make sure it all works. Follow us on our blog: http://rtctreffpunkt.blogspot.com rtcrm proprietary and confidential 2929