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Wayne Caswell
Founder & Senior Editor
Modern Health Talk© 2014, Modern Health Talk
© 2014, Modern Health Talk
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1909 1919 1929 1939 1949 1959 1969 1979 1989
Live Births per Year (Mill...
But Who are the “Real” Seniors?
What are their Housing Needs?
And What Technologies do they Use?
© 2014, Modern Health Talk
© 2014, Modern Health Talk
National Housing Policy: Financing & Aging in Place
Cisneros & U.TX Book: “Independent for Life...
Zero-Step Entry for:
• Rolling Suitcases,
• Baby Strollers,
• Dollies … and
• Wheelchairs
Accessible entry
© 2014, Modern ...
By Wayne Caswell
The FUTURE of
Health Care
© 2014, Modern Health Talk
An iPad for All Ages
Easy Accessible Connected Wireless
© 2014, Modern Health Talk
IBM Mainframe computer, circa 1972
(System/370 Model 158-3)
Apple smartphone, Christmas 2011
(iPhone 4S)
COST: ~$3.5 milli...
SENSORS in Homes measure all sorts of things:
Remote Monitoring of Things
• Contact,
• Temperature,
• Light,
• Motion,
• A...
SENSORS in Cars, Clothing & on Bodies also measure:
Phone as Health Gateway
• Contact,
• Temperature,
• Light,
• Motion,
•...
Minimally Invasive, Continuous Monitoring
Monitor Trends to Avoid Lows & Highs
Understand Context of Readings
Guardian Glu...
Brain-Computer Interface
It’s now possible to Command a Robot or Fly a Helicopter
with your thoughts. And bulky sensors ar...
© 2014, Modern Health Talk
WATSON
Now being applied to Health Care & Medical Research.
Watson can parse & analyze 300 M books in 3 seconds.
Medical K...
TeleHEALTH & TeleMEDICINE
At Home, at the Office,
on the Go, at a Kiosk
© Modern Health Talk
Modern
Health
Talk
Telehealth
Digital
Sensors
Social
Media
Telepresence
Tablets
Rising
Costs
Wireless
Broadband
Aging
Boom...
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  1. 1. Wayne Caswell Founder & Senior Editor Modern Health Talk© 2014, Modern Health Talk
  2. 2. © 2014, Modern Health Talk 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 1909 1919 1929 1939 1949 1959 1969 1979 1989 Live Births per Year (Millions) Baby Bust (41 Million) Baby Boom (76 Million) Echo Boom (64 Million) World Population more than doubled in 65 years. Average Lifespan up 30 years over last century. Futurists say, Living for 1,000 years is possible. As 10,000 Boomers turn 65/day, 90,000 Doctor Shortfall. Unpaid Family Caretakers pick up slack. ($480 Billion/yr) Governments, Cities & Homes aren’t ready.
  3. 3. But Who are the “Real” Seniors? What are their Housing Needs? And What Technologies do they Use? © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  4. 4. © 2014, Modern Health Talk National Housing Policy: Financing & Aging in Place Cisneros & U.TX Book: “Independent for Life” Lennar Homes’: Next-Gen Home What about Skilled Nursing? What if Single or Widowed with No Kids Senior Housing Observations
  5. 5. Zero-Step Entry for: • Rolling Suitcases, • Baby Strollers, • Dollies … and • Wheelchairs Accessible entry © 2014, Modern Health Talk UNIVERSAL, not “Senior” Design
  6. 6. By Wayne Caswell The FUTURE of Health Care © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  7. 7. An iPad for All Ages Easy Accessible Connected Wireless © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  8. 8. IBM Mainframe computer, circa 1972 (System/370 Model 158-3) Apple smartphone, Christmas 2011 (iPhone 4S) COST: ~$3.5 million ($19M in 2011 dollars) COST: FREE with 2 year contract PERFORMANCE: 1 MIPS (million instructions per second) PERFORMANCE: 5,000 MIPS (1 GHz dual-core, 2.5 MHz per core) © Modern Health Talk Internet of Things © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  9. 9. SENSORS in Homes measure all sorts of things: Remote Monitoring of Things • Contact, • Temperature, • Light, • Motion, • Acceleration, • Smell (CO2, off-gassing), • Pressure (pulse, blood pressure), • Moisture © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  10. 10. SENSORS in Cars, Clothing & on Bodies also measure: Phone as Health Gateway • Contact, • Temperature, • Light, • Motion, • Acceleration, • Smell (CO2, off-gassing), • Pressure (pulse, blood pressure), • Moisture, • Chemicals © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  11. 11. Minimally Invasive, Continuous Monitoring Monitor Trends to Avoid Lows & Highs Understand Context of Readings Guardian Glucose Monitor © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  12. 12. Brain-Computer Interface It’s now possible to Command a Robot or Fly a Helicopter with your thoughts. And bulky sensors are no loner needed.
  13. 13. © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  14. 14. WATSON Now being applied to Health Care & Medical Research. Watson can parse & analyze 300 M books in 3 seconds. Medical Knowledge Doubles every 5 Years. 250x faster and 8x smaller. © 2014, Modern Health Talk
  15. 15. TeleHEALTH & TeleMEDICINE At Home, at the Office, on the Go, at a Kiosk © Modern Health Talk
  16. 16. Modern Health Talk Telehealth Digital Sensors Social Media Telepresence Tablets Rising Costs Wireless Broadband Aging Boomers © 2014, Modern Health Talk
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