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eHealth and digital health - Intro to learn

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Introduction into eHealth and how to develop it
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eHealth and digital health - Intro to learn

  1. 1. WHAT IS EHEALTH? Easy Access to the word of Digital Health
  2. 2. AREYOU FAMILIAR WITH EHEALTH? • Telemonitoring • Mobile health • Digital health • Distant care • Connected health • Etc..
  3. 3. ehealth is not what you think it is…
 but still you haven’t got it wrong …
  4. 4. ehealth is not what you think it is…
 but still you haven’t got it wrong … DISTURBING?
  5. 5. “EHEALTH”:
  6. 6. “EHEALTH”:
 A CONTAINER CONCEPT..
  7. 7. This is the consensus: 
 
 eHealth or digital health is an encompassing concept for all health care services using the internet, on line… “EHEALTH”:
 A CONTAINER CONCEPT..
  8. 8. …WITH THE ABSOLUTE AMBITION TO create better care 
 and outcomes, 
 costing less, but to 
 the satisfaction of all!
  9. 9. We could distinguish: A Medicine / 
 Physicianorientation: A Patient orientation: to technology, like
 IT and medical records, to monitoring and adherence,
 (big) data and reimbursement to information, advice, self-monitoring, 
 feedback and less “ado”
  10. 10. AND FEATURES LIKE .. • Informing / educating .. in general and personalized ways • measuring, recording, tracking, archiving 
 data/information, experiences, evaluations, opinions, notes • Enable functions that will support behavior • enabling communication and interaction • facilitating shared decision making • assist to perform actions and interventions • lead processes • Process data to learn
  11. 11. AND FEATURES LIKE .. • Informing / educating .. in general and personalized ways • measuring, recording, tracking, archiving 
 data/information, experiences, evaluations, opinions, notes • Enable functions that will support behavior • enabling communication and interaction • facilitating shared decision making …to optimize the process of heath care to better outcomes! • assist to perform actions and interventions • lead processes • Process data to learn
  12. 12. IN DIFFERENT FORMATS • through computers or mobile devices • using all kinds of medical devices, wearables • health apps in smartphones • or “watches” and other kinds of wearables • smart patches or other disposables, clothing and • things we couldn’t say now, because they are still not invented ..
  13. 13. LIKE ONE OFTHESE..?
  14. 14. an assembly 
 of equipment and functionalities, 
 which as a unit 
 supports the activities of related stakeholders through 
 the use of internet ..
  15. 15. TOO COMPLICATED? only if there is just one format that is “right” .. which is not! INSTEAD: we may already speak of 
 digital or eHealth initiatives
 in yet small applications and do not need to cover all at once, .. which, by the way, might still be a step too far …
  16. 16. Besides there is no need to .. recent research shows the positive impact 
 of small on line services to patients!
  17. 17. Along with the patients’ uptake of your customized services to them,
 
 you can guide your organization to a proper and tailored solution Imagine!
  18. 18. Take your journey into digital/eHealth
 step by step allowing for the organization to realize: ..conclusive patient pathways, 
 in which the patients and their loved ones 
 can easily find their way through
 so as to manage their processes easily, 
 creating efficiency to your processes too.. 3 crucial principles: 1out of 3:
 Integrated care: …
  19. 19. Align the different but conditional medical professions, 
 between physicians of different disciplines 
 to consult and support 
 and best design the therapy, 
 as well as between the necessary medical professions,
 and of interventions they need to make too,
 in such a way that every activity can be done by
 the most equipped and less expensive profession
 in good collaboration with all 3 crucial principles: 2 out of 3:
 Multidisciplinary care: .. your journey into digital/eHealth
 step by step allowing for the organization to develop
  20. 20. empower patients by new listening and focused attention 
 to learn about their own condition 
 and to track and report their experiences for you, 
 in order to build data insights 
 that will help your professionals help patients better,
 gain new insights in the details of the condition, 
 and to build support to patients’ adherence and 
 self management your journey into digital/eHealth
 step by step to develop the organization even further 3 crucial principles: 3 out of 3:
 Participative care: ..
  21. 21. CHOOSEYOUR OWN BEST E-HEALTH INITIATIVE 
 OUT OFTHE MANY AVAILABLE EXAMPLES
  22. 22. that benefits both 
 medical 
 patients'
 organizational and financial 
 criteria..
  23. 23. So you allow yourself to learn. 
 And so, wiser, 
 you can better design your 
 next move into the direction of integrated, connected, mobile, tele-care, 
 better care with
 better outcomes and lower costs
  24. 24. you could move with caution
 to steps, that condition 
 a higher impact on your current routines and organization
  25. 25. and let all people involved 
 get enthusiastic about it, 
 driving you in their turn 
 to more bold next steps
  26. 26. let your staff and patients, 
 their families and loved ones, but also your payers, 
 want to be involved to create even better …..
  27. 27. and co-create the future 
 of your proper medicine/health care
 together
  28. 28. To learn together how innovation in eHealth 
 can be done the right way
  29. 29. This all is rather the principle 
 underlying our eHealth solutions for you, 
 specifically made to serve 
 your proper eHealth 
 development process
  30. 30. EHEALTH THOUGHT LAB
 
 “EHEALTH – HOW?”
 
 A.R.J. ROB HALKES, MHA, DRS
 RYAN MINAROVITCH, J.D.
 GUNTER G. FUCHS, DR. HSC, MPH

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