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AAL Investment Forum 2010 - Assisted Living: A purchaser’s perspective


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George Macginnis, PA Consulting, United Kingdom

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AAL Investment Forum 2010 - Assisted Living: A purchaser’s perspective

  1. 1. Assisted Living: A purchaser’s perspective George MacGinnis 14 September 2010
  2. 2. Agenda • Background • Trends • Business models • Moving to scale © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 2
  3. 3. There is a real need to respond to ageing populations The OECD identifies 4 main policy themes for healthy ageing: • Improved integration in the economy and into society • Better lifestyles • Adapting health systems • Attacking underlying social and environmental factors But notes uncertainty over which of the policies are most cost effective OECD HEALTH WORKING PAPERS NO. 42 POLICIES FOR HEALTHY AGEING: AN OVERVIEW, 16-Feb-2009, DELSA/HEA/WD/HWP(2009)1 © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 3
  4. 4. There are some clear opportunities for change Current systems are expensive and at times unnecessary: • 90% of Older People want to live at home – In the UK nearly 200,000 people in care could be supported at home • Around 66% of men and 75% of women aged 85 and over have a long-term illness or disability – 1.6m emergency admissions for patients aged 65 years and older in 2003/4 in the UK © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 4
  5. 5. Stronger evidence is stimulating demand Large scale initiatives are underway: • US VHA reports significant benefits for a service that cost $1600/patient/year* • The EU has launched ‘Renewing Health’ • In the UK the NHS Whole System Demonstrators are looking at the impact on the wider care system • Involving around 6000 ‘users’ • Heart failure, COPD, Diabetes • Frail people • Due to report ‘early 2011’ * Care Coordination/Home Telehealth: The Systematic Implementation of Health Informatics, Home Telehealth, and Disease Management to Support the Care of Veteran Patients with Chronic Conditions, Darkins et at, Dec 2008 © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 5
  6. 6. Technology is opening up new possibilities Community Wearable Tracking alarms monitors 1990 2010 2030? Biometric Lifestyle Intelligent monitoring monitoring therapies? Personalised and pervasive smart care © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 6
  7. 7. With subtle differences between consumer and formal provider perspectives care profs Self Care User/Patient care Communication profs device Supported Care Clinical Provider Monitoring Service © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 7
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  9. 9. Payments have driven a focus on the most acute Sort-term RoI Avoiding admissions Invest-to- High value save Consumer Long term market Patients ranked by risk costs Technology and infrastructure remain significant © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. barriers to wider adoption Page 9
  10. 10. Scale demands greater integration Interoperability and patient choice Better Case Finding, Smarter Commissioning and Working Research Engaging content and services © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 10
  11. 11. Reflections on the current market • Covers a wider range of offerings • Purchasing is dominated by the formal care providers • Interoperability is a catalyst for innovation and growth • Local, regional or global? – Equipment different from services – Building capacity will be crucial © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 11
  12. 12. Conclusions • There is a gap between potential and addressable markets • Evidence and experience moving beyond a few early adopters • Drivers for formal provider and self care markets are distinct • A complex environment in which standards will provide a platform for growth © PA Knowledge Limited 2009. Page 12
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