QS: The Patient-Driven Health Revolution

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From a talk I gave on Oct 2, 2012 for "Living Well Through Data" at Mt. Sinai in New York. 250 health data geeks from the research, startup, and corporate worlds. Taking place on October 2nd in New York City, this event will showcase innovative data-driven projects in health and dive into the breadth and depth of health data available. By providing a platform for cross-pollination of tools and ideas, we hope to expand the boundaries of knowledge and inspire the data-driven health revolution.

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QS: The Patient-Driven Health Revolution

  1. 1. Living Well Through DataRock Health in partnership with Mount Sinai School of MedicineOctober 2, 2012QS: The Patient-DrivenHealth RevolutionSteven Dean@sgdean
  2. 2. My start
  3. 3. BLUE! BLUE-! YELLOW-! YELLOW! ORANGE! ORANGE-
 GREEN! GREEN! BROWN! Rate of spilling sugar!
  4. 4. 48
  5. 5. 68 67 66 42 RESTING HEART RATE
  6. 6. QS as a disciplinedpractice.
  7. 7. Sep 1, 20118:30 am
  8. 8. Sep 2, 20118:00 am
  9. 9. Sep 6, 20117:13 am
  10. 10. Sep 8, 20118:05 am
  11. 11. Forms in Google Docs
  12. 12. QS start
  13. 13. Seth’s Blogself-experimentation
  14. 14. The Quantified Self bloglaunches 2007
  15. 15. New York QSJune 2009
  16. 16. 1. What did you do?2. How did you do it?3. What did you learn?
  17. 17. memory calories genomicsweight steps diabetescognition goals breathingexercise relationships allergiesfood words hearing lossmood silence stresssleep arguments placebostime sex datingmoney dreams happinesslocation books read ...
  18. 18. The Quantified SelfOver 70 meetupsOver 10,000 membersOver 300 videos
  19. 19. QS show & tell talks
  20. 20. How visualizing healthproblems could helpsolve medicalmysteries
  21. 21. What Katie learned...• Antibiotics made her sicker.• Doctors are skeptical of another patient-created graph.• But health visualizations can be a great storytelling tool.• Memories are data too.
  22. 22. Would adopting acarbohydrate-restricteddiet result in a statisticallysignificant difference inblood glucose?
  23. 23. What Jana learned...• Statistically significant change• Took time to adjust insulin• Visualizations help a lot
  24. 24. If we can measure it,we can improve it.
  25. 25. Walter De Brouwer
  26. 26. QS grows
  27. 27. Data.
  28. 28. Data. Probably not.
  29. 29. Data. Probably not.Information.
  30. 30. Data. Probably not.Information. Sure.
  31. 31. Data. Probably not.Information. Maybe.Knowledge.
  32. 32. Data. Probably not.Information. Maybe.Knowledge. Definitely.
  33. 33. Thank you.Steven Deanbit.ly/qslivingwelltwitter.com/sgdean

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