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Use of digital tools in Healthcare: separating
hype from the challenges
www.handihealth.org
NHS Innovations South East - A...
The Vision
• That, in the future, every citizen should have access to a set of
digital tools and services that support eve...
What makes and App and App?
• Narrow scope – Do one thing well
• Connected
• Makes heavy use of pre-existing components
an...
Where are we Now?
The HANDI Vision
• Giving everyone the tools they need to
manage heath, care and well-being to
deliver safe compassionate ...
Two Visions
The Heavenly Vision
•Functional and desirable
•Safe and appropriate
•Interoperable and orchestrated
•Platform ...
Two Visions
The Heavenly Vision
The Hellish Vision
•Functional and desirable
•Dangerous and inappropriate
•Siloed and isol...
Rising from Hell
• Help people find safe and appropriate
apps
• Ensure apps can interoperate and be
orchestrated to work t...
How?
Create a Ecosystem
Technical Cultural
Business
Community
Digital Health Ecosystem SoA Platform
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
User interface components (Apps)
Web Services – SMART W...
The Challenges
• Identify a need
– What need or want does you app address
– Who else is addressing this need?
• Design
– M...
How can HANDI Help?
• Facilitating
networking, learning, cooperation, competi
tion and innovation
What Will HANDI do?
• Lobby for an ecosystem in which apps can
flourish interoperate and be orchestrated
HANDI is agnostic
• About
– Platforms
– Business models
– Standards
– Tools, services and approaches
• Show the community ...
Join Us
• Come and help us
• Join a local cluster
• Follow us @handihealth
• Watch #handihealth
• Come and talk after
www.handihealth.org
info@handihealth.org
@handihealth
Handi Health Community Interest Company - limited by guarantee regis...
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HandiHealth 18th March 2014

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IPO Fast Forward 2013: Medical Apps Event @ Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust. Opening presentation from Ewan Davis, Handihealth.org (Reproduced with permission)

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HandiHealth 18th March 2014

  1. 1. Use of digital tools in Healthcare: separating hype from the challenges www.handihealth.org NHS Innovations South East - Accelerated Commercialisation of Non-Patent Intellectual Property Associated with Healthcare Apps -Tuesday 18 March 2014 Ewan Davis – Director HANDIHealth Community Interest Company
  2. 2. The Vision • That, in the future, every citizen should have access to a set of digital tools and services that support every aspect of their health, care and wellbeing, and that of those they care for. In addition, these tools will allow for the collection, and analysis of data to enhance our knowledge of health and wellbeing and help us plan, deliver and evaluate continuously improving safe compassionate care. • By harnessing the power of digital technology in the uniquely fertile environment provided by the NHS not only will we be able to address the challenges of an aging population and the increasing demand for affordable care but we will also ensure the better health of future generations and create economic opportunities for the UK.
  3. 3. What makes and App and App? • Narrow scope – Do one thing well • Connected • Makes heavy use of pre-existing components and services • Built using a well defined development and deployment framework • Order of magnitude(s) faster and cheaper to develop and deploy • Allows niche solutions and “fail fast”
  4. 4. Where are we Now?
  5. 5. The HANDI Vision • Giving everyone the tools they need to manage heath, care and well-being to deliver safe compassionate care.
  6. 6. Two Visions The Heavenly Vision •Functional and desirable •Safe and appropriate •Interoperable and orchestrated •Platform and form factor agile •Consistent responsive user interfaces
  7. 7. Two Visions The Heavenly Vision The Hellish Vision •Functional and desirable •Dangerous and inappropriate •Siloed and isolated •Platform and form factor locked •Inconsistent user interface
  8. 8. Rising from Hell • Help people find safe and appropriate apps • Ensure apps can interoperate and be orchestrated to work together • Build apps that are cross platform and form factor agile • Agree some basic design principles • Support the development of sustainable business models
  9. 9. How? Create a Ecosystem Technical Cultural Business Community
  10. 10. Digital Health Ecosystem SoA Platform Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) User interface components (Apps) Web Services – SMART Wrapper – ITK – OpenEHR – FIHR Ecosystem Services - Data Persistence, Knowledge, App Stores Other Services PDS, EHR, EPR, Decision Support, Identity Management, Consent Management eBooking, EPS, Security Broker – Some/all could be duplicated Link to Other Federated ESBs Link to Other Federated ESBs
  11. 11. The Challenges • Identify a need – What need or want does you app address – Who else is addressing this need? • Design – Making my App Functional and Desirable – Agile user centred design • Business Models – How to I fund my App and make it sustainable – Licensing and IPR – How do I distribute my App • Getting apps to work together – Interoperable – Orchestrated – Platform and form factor agile – Consistent UI • Quality Assurance – Regulatory requirements – Demonstrating my App is safe and appropriate
  12. 12. How can HANDI Help? • Facilitating networking, learning, cooperation, competi tion and innovation
  13. 13. What Will HANDI do? • Lobby for an ecosystem in which apps can flourish interoperate and be orchestrated
  14. 14. HANDI is agnostic • About – Platforms – Business models – Standards – Tools, services and approaches • Show the community the possibilities and let individuals decide
  15. 15. Join Us • Come and help us • Join a local cluster • Follow us @handihealth • Watch #handihealth • Come and talk after
  16. 16. www.handihealth.org info@handihealth.org @handihealth Handi Health Community Interest Company - limited by guarantee registered in England number 07999302 Registered Office: The Oakley, Kidderminster Rd, Droitwich, Worcestershire. WR9 9AY Correspondence address: PO Box 5309 Leamington Spa, CV31 9GT

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