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Data & the Ageing Revolution
Dr. Julia Glidden
21c Consultancy
UN Expert Meeting
8 July 2015
What is Crowdsoucing?
Crowdsourcing Data
“We’re living in a culture of crowdsourcing, where more and more people
are willing and interested in s...
The Data:
Is Everywhere WE Go
Key Issues
The Stakeholders are Getting on
Board
From National Governments…
To Cities….
Private Sector …
Citizens….
A Global Trend Toward Open Data
So What Does this Mean for Public Services?
From Weather …
And Street Bumps ….
To Space Stations….
And Archives…..
Government is Harnessing the Crowd to…..
Gather Data….
Assess Data….
Innovate with Data!
Can Crowdsourcing enhance data collection,
policy making & monitoring when it comes to
the Ageing Revolution?
Discussion f...
An Example to Kick Start….
“Few other countries have information
which combines high quality data,
consistency, national c...
Scotland
• Fortunate in Scotland than around 60%-70%
of health expenditure is available at patient
(individual level).
• A...
Scotland
• A range of operational/activity statistics
produced by data service for health provider.
– Waiting times.
– Inf...
Scotland - Balance of care (£4.5bn) for 65 plus
Institutional (hospital and care homes) and non-institutional
(community b...
Scotland - Health and social care expenditure (£4.5bn latest year in
chart) for 65 plus
2010/11 – 2013/14 – emergency care...
Scotland – cohort specific analysis – dementia
Those with dementia compared to control use a greater number of
services an...
Kazakhstan: Taldau Information and
Analysis System
Kazakhstan: Taldau Information
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Data & the aging revolution v2

  1. 1. Data & the Ageing Revolution Dr. Julia Glidden 21c Consultancy UN Expert Meeting 8 July 2015
  2. 2. What is Crowdsoucing?
  3. 3. Crowdsourcing Data “We’re living in a culture of crowdsourcing, where more and more people are willing and interested in sharing what they know through social media.” Joel Gurin. Founder & Editor OpenDataNow.com
  4. 4. The Data: Is Everywhere WE Go
  5. 5. Key Issues
  6. 6. The Stakeholders are Getting on Board
  7. 7. From National Governments…
  8. 8. To Cities….
  9. 9. Private Sector …
  10. 10. Citizens….
  11. 11. A Global Trend Toward Open Data
  12. 12. So What Does this Mean for Public Services?
  13. 13. From Weather …
  14. 14. And Street Bumps ….
  15. 15. To Space Stations….
  16. 16. And Archives…..
  17. 17. Government is Harnessing the Crowd to…..
  18. 18. Gather Data….
  19. 19. Assess Data….
  20. 20. Innovate with Data!
  21. 21. Can Crowdsourcing enhance data collection, policy making & monitoring when it comes to the Ageing Revolution? Discussion for Today….
  22. 22. An Example to Kick Start…. “Few other countries have information which combines high quality data, consistency, national coverage and the ability to link data to allow patient based analysis and follow up” NHS Information Services Division http://www.isdscotland.org/
  23. 23. Scotland • Fortunate in Scotland than around 60%-70% of health expenditure is available at patient (individual level). • All hospital based activity (emergency and elective inpatient and day) available and attributable to individuals. • Prescribing (drugs) also available at individual level. • Gaps including health community and primary care.
  24. 24. Scotland • A range of operational/activity statistics produced by data service for health provider. – Waiting times. – Infection rates. – Number of hospital cancellations. – Number of beds. – Number of prescribed items. – Costs of running NHS. – http://www.isdscotland.org/
  25. 25. Scotland - Balance of care (£4.5bn) for 65 plus Institutional (hospital and care homes) and non-institutional (community based settings) – expenditure still predominately in institutional based care. Institutional Based Expenditure (%) Community Based Expenditure (%)36 64 64 6 64 36 35 36
  26. 26. Scotland - Health and social care expenditure (£4.5bn latest year in chart) for 65 plus 2010/11 – 2013/14 – emergency care (non elective) biggest proportion of overall spend
  27. 27. Scotland – cohort specific analysis – dementia Those with dementia compared to control use a greater number of services and in one area this was predominantly care homes Suspected prevalence underestimation based on eurocode Cost attributable to dementia: Age specific prevalence: Data also available showing: • Breakdown of differences in activity between dementia and age/sex matched non-dementia population • Crude population based forecasting • 5% of 65+ diagnosed with dementia • Dementia patients consume 25% total H&SC budget for 65+ • Dementia costs - £15,610/person • Non-dementia costs - £2,880/person
  28. 28. Kazakhstan: Taldau Information and Analysis System
  29. 29. Kazakhstan: Taldau Information and Analysis System

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