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"Patients" or "ePatients" Are Not a Third Person Word
Presentation by Uri Goren GM of e-Pochonderiac
The lecture is entitled after a quote from e-Patient Dave will illustrate how the changes that the healthcare industry and the health of patients will go through are linked to patients and should be for patients. The digital and mobile tools have opened up the opportunity to receive real life continues data and revolutionize medicine is being done, but how will patients use it, how they are involved and what will happen to their health.
Stories, numbers and forward looking statements will paint a picture of the here and now, and the future.

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Technion lecture @T2med- Patients and ePatients are not  third person word Technion lecture @T2med- Patients and ePatients are not third person word Presentation Transcript

  • Uri Goren T2MED 2013 Patients and ePatients are NOT a 3rd person word
  • 1994
  • “Patient” is not a third person word! e-patientDave And Patients are the most under-used resource in Healthcare Daniel Z. Sands, MD
  • At its core is maximizing value for patients: that is, achieving the best outcomes at the lowest cost. We must move away from a supply-driven health care system organized around what physicians do and toward a patient-centered system organized around what patients need. “The strategy that will fix healthcare” http://hbr.org/2013/10/the-strategy-that-will-fix- health-care/ar/1
  • Patient-focused Drug Development
  • http://www.pwc.com/us/pharmacustomer
  • DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp1310132 Overall, our experience suggests that doctors initially feel safest when they can choose what patients can see, but as they evaluate feedback from patients and colleagues and learn to discuss choices with their patients, their preconceived limits tend to fade away. Ideally, both patients and providers should be able to set preferences about sharing information, but current health information systems can't handle such nuance. Regardless of the setting, open notes can help improve patient safety by allowing contributions from patients and families who may catch questionable statements or clinically important mistakes in notes or find lapses in follow-up that need to be rectified. Indeed, the very existence of an environment in which patients are encouraged to identify potential errors may increase patients' trust. But policies and processes for amending records remain in flux and vary widely among record systems and practice settings.
  •  Shortage of doctors  Turning from acute and infection based medicine to long term care  Information overload (Over 2,000 papers a day)  Online information and social networks  Rising costs  Quality and access It is a necessity
  •  People Powered health in England:  Turning patients in to a asset  £4.4 billion savings are expected  Social prescriptions, holistic approach, dealing with patient needs  “patients have an 88 percent reduced risk of dying of a cardiac-related cause when enrolled within 90 days of a heart attack, compared to those not in the program.” And, “clinical care teams reduced overall mortality by 76 percent and cardiac mortality by 73 percent. When patients are engaged http://www.nesta.org.uk/search?search_api_views_fulltext=people%20powered%20health http://xnet.kp.org/future/ahrstudy/032709cardiac.html
  •  Smartphones  Social networks  Sensors  Tele health  Big Data And Digital….?
  •  When thinking of digital tool – think about value to patient  Start working with patients when you are still development So what?
  • www.e-pochonder.com Thank You!