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Introduction to HST921: Information Technology in the Healthcare System of the Future

Introduction to HST921: Information Technology in the Healthcare System of the Future

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  • 1. Information Technology in the Healthcare System of the Future Spring 2009 Steven Locke, MD Course Director Mirena Bagur Associate Director HST.921 HST.922 HST.923 HST.924 Bryan Bergeron, MD Daniel Sands, MD, MPH Assistant Directors
  • 2. Agenda
    • Welcome and Introductions
    • Course Mission Statement
    • Course Overview
      • Faculty, Students, and Sponsors
      • Lectures
      • Tutorials
      • Practicum – Projects and Final presentations
    • FAQs
      • Registration & Credit
    • Q&A
  • 3. Returning in Spring 2009…
    • HST.921: Information Technology in the Healthcare System of the Future
    • http://hst921.org
    • Lectures: Thursdays, 3:30-5:00pm
    • Tutorials/Lab: Thursday, 5:15-6:30pm
    • Harvard Medical School, Medical Education Center (MEC) - 260 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA
  • 4. Mission Statement
    • The mission of this course is to empower students to critically analyze a current -- or future -- problem in health care, and working in teams, develop a novel solution using information technologies.
  • 5. Course Overview
  • 6. Course Faculty
    • Steven Locke, MD
    • Associate Professor of
    • Psychiatry, HMS;
    • Associate Professor of
    • Health Sciences and
    • Technology, MIT
    Bryan Bergeron, MD President Archetype Technologies Assistant Professor of Health Sciences and Technology, MIT Daniel Sands, MD, MPH Director of Medical Informatics, Cisco Assistant Professor of Medicine, HMS Teaching Assistant: Julie Hermann, MS/MBA Candidate Harvard-MIT Biomedical Enterprise Program Mirena Bagur CONTeXO Consulting
  • 7. Industry Mentors
    • Francis X. Campion, MD
      • Director of Provider Programs for Outcome, Inc., Cambridge, MA
      • Director for the Complex Chronic Care Disease Management Program at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates
    • Sherri Dorfman
      • Founder, Stepping Stone Partners
    • Mark Hauser, MD
      • OnSite Psychiatric Services
    • Gary Hirsch, SM
      • Consultant, Creator of Learning Environments
    • Winfried A. Burke,
      • Managing Partner, CONTeXO
  • 8. Students
    • Harvard
    • HMS
    • HSPH
    • HBS
    • KSG
    • HGSE
    • FAS
    • HLS
    • Affiliated hospitals
    • MIT
    • HST
    • Computer Science
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Media Lab
    • Sloan School
  • 9. Sponsors Corporate Partners Other Participating Organizations
    • Archetype Technologies, Inc.
    • Division of Clinical Computing, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    • Veritas Health Solutions LLC
    • Center for Medical Simulation
    • CONTeXO Consulting
  • 10. Speech recognition OCR LCDs Security Genomics ASP Printers Wireless PDAs Laptops Cell phones Email Internet Custom drugs Home monitoring EMR PHR ePrescribing Self-assessment Supported self-care Disaster preparedness Behavioral Telehealth Telemedicine Disease surveillance Technology Healthcare Systems Technology-driven Healthcare
  • 11. Lectures 2008 Date Title Faculty Feb 7 Welcome & Course Introduction Lecture: History of Cybermedicine Course Faculty Warner Slack, MD Feb 14 Industry Overview: The Future of Healthcare Steven Locke, MD + expert panel Feb 21 EHRs & PHRs Daniel Sands, MD, MPH Feb 28 Medical Simulations and Serious Games Bryan Bergeron, MD Mar 6 Telemedicine and the Medical Home Joseph Kvedar, MD Mar 13 The Future of Enterprise Computing in Healthcare John Glaser, PhD Mar. 20 The Future of Disease Management Steven Locke, MD + expert panel Apr 3 The Federal Perspective on Healthcare IT Karen Bell, MD, MPH Apr 10 Innovation and Change in Healthcare Keith Strier, JD Apr 17 Developing Your Business Plan Eugene Hill, MBA Apr 24 Technology, Social Ventures and Global Health Jeffrey Blander May 1 Entrepreneurs Panel Steven Locke, MD + guests
  • 12. Expert Panelists
    • David Cochran MD Former VP for Strategy, Harvard Pilgrim
    • Liz Boehm Forrester Research
    • Jay Srini PhD VP for Emerging Technologies, UPMC
    • Diane Stone Mass Health Data Consortium
    • Al Lewis JD Founding President, DMAA
    • Warren Todd Exec Director, IDMA
    • Barry Zallen MD Medical Director, BCBSMA
    • John Ware PhD CEO, QualityMetric
    • Afsana Akhter MEng Director of Business Development, Medullan
    • Jamie Heywood Co-founder, Patients Like Me
    • Roy Schoenberg Founder, American Well
  • 13. Projects & Final Presentation
  • 14. Group Design Projects
    • Student driven
    • Corporate partner driven
    • Multidisciplinary teams
    • Tracks
      • Design, Business, Marketing, Trials
    • Class exercises (design, elevator pitch)
    • Group final presentations and paper
  • 15. Common Elements
    • Objective of the group project
    • Proposed product or service solution
    • Industry summary
    • Analysis
        • Problems with current solutions
        • Competitive analysis
        • Porter model
        • Evaluation of macro-industry forces
        • Micro-stakeholder analysis
    • Interaction diagrams
    • Reflection on cost, quality, and access
  • 16. Project Track Selection
    • Track 1: Marketing Analysis
    • Track 2: Business Plan
    • Track 3: Product Design Plan
    • Track 4: Clinical Trial/Product Evaluation
    • Each team chooses two out of four
  • 17. Market Analysis and Plan
    • Market Background
    • Future Directions of Market
    • Market Size/Forecast
    • Customers/Customer Segmentation
    • Target Market Segments
    • Product Description
    • Pricing
    • Promotion
    • Sales and Distribution Strategy
  • 18. Business Plan
    • Partnering
    • Staffing Plans
    • Advisory Board
    • Risk Management ( analysis of specific risks and address various scenarios )
    • Financial Projections and Resources Required
    • Near Term Milestones and Expenses
    • Long Term Projections
  • 19. Product Design
    • The Product
    • Product Definition and Goals
    • Product Requirements/Specifications
    • Expected Product Lifecycle
    • Product Add-ons, Third Party Tool Sets
    • Follow-on Products
    • User Profile
    • Job Description
    • User Skills, Knowledge and Education
    • Work Style
    • Concerns
    • Wants
    • Requirements
    • Work Environment
  • 20. Clinical Trial
    • Rationale
    • Objectives
    • Study design and hypotheses
    • Participants
    • Intervention
    • Primary and secondary endpoints
    • Sample size (optional)
    • Anticipate time frame for study completion
    • Data collection; sub-protocols, intervals, encounters, events
    • Analysis
  • 21. Sample Student Projects 1999-2008
    • J&J - Empowering Consumers and Physicians via Consumer-led Social Media Networks
    • Healthways - Improving Physician Engagement Through Technology
    • Playdiatrix™ - Serious Games for the Improvement Of Pediatric Care
    • Venture Capital Investment in Cancer Diagnostics Technologies
    • Careplace - Online Health Consumer Empowerment, Advocacy, and Support
    • Technology Opportunities in Healthcare for the Baby Boomer Generation
    • Computer-Assisted Disease Management to Improve Outcomes in Diabetic Patients
  • 22. Sample Projects (more)
    • Clinical Outcomes and Profitability of a New Infusion Pump Technology System
    • Patient Express™ - An Internet Service for Personal Management of Medical Images
    • Caregroup PatientSite – Web-based Interactive Electronic Medical Record
    • GlucoGPS: Product Design and Marketing Strategy
    • Analysis of Information Technology Applied to Clinical Trials
    • D-Tree: Medical Diagnosis Software for Palmtops
    • Fast Infectious Disease Observation System (FIDO) for Syndromic Surveillance
  • 23. Student Comments
    • “ HST.921 unified business, science, and medicine with a set of uncommon learning objectives, focused on developing skills on how to pursue ideas and get things done in the real world. The curriculum was phenomenal. Best of all, I met some very talented classmates and teachers with whom I share ideas on a frequent basis. Two thumbs up!”
    • Eugene Chan, MD
    • Physician-Innovator-Entrepreneur
    • Director/The DNA Medicine Institute
  • 24. Student Comments
    • "HST921 was an incredible experience for me. It was an excellent opportunity to meet face-to-face with recognized leaders in the field who are working on really difficult problems and willing to mentor students who are interested in getting involved. HST921 is both an industry overview and an entrepreneurship class in one - which was exactly what I was looking for.”
    • -- Krishna Yeshwant, Harvard MD/MBA 2009
    • MIT $100K Competition winner, 2008
  • 25. FAQ’s
    • Course auditing
    • Project selection
    • Required readings
    • Required paper
    • School-specific credit
    • Work load
    • Attendance
    • Professional standards
  • 26. Registration and Credits MIT Students Go to WebSIS ( student.mit.edu ) and follow links to pre-registration. Add HST.921 and HST.923 to your pre-registration . Harvard Students https://crossreg.harvard.edu/OASIS/CrossReg/ Cross-Registration Credit Calculator https://crossreg.harvard.edu/OASIS/CrossReg/credit.jsp
  • 27. Registration Credits *can arrange as independent study for credit   Grade HMS HSPH KSG HBS MIT Lecture HST.921 P/F 2 2.5   0.5   N/A* 9 HST.922 Ordinal 2 2.5   0.5 N/A* 9 Tutorial HST.923 P/F 2 2.5   0.5   N/A* 3 HST.924 Ordinal 2 2.5   0.5   N/A* 3   Full Credit 4 5   1   N/A* 12   Half Credit 2 2.5   0.5   N/A* 9
  • 28. Questions and Discussion