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The Internet of Things in Autoimmunity

How can the Internet of Things (IoT) help us challenge the invisible epidemic of autoimmune disease?

Learn how healthcare is evolving in the age of connected devices, and how both recent and future innovations are improving patient experience & outcomes for those with chronic and autoimmune diseases.

Click through to view the slides from DrBonnie360's recent presentation at the Healthcare IoT Summit in San Francisco!

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The Internet of Things in Autoimmunity

  1. 1. How Can the Internet of Things Help Us Challenge the Invisible Epidemic of Autoimmunity? Your Autoimmunity Connection/DrBonnie360 for
  2. 2. Autoimmune Disease Stats Autoimmune diseases affect approximately… • 50 million Americans • 16% of the US population • 1 in 6 US adults … more prevalent than cancer & cardiovascular disease combined. A top 10 cause of death in women under 64 years of age. 100+ autoimmune diseases, yet 6% of NIH funding Total autoimmune disease financial burden estimated ~$100+ billion. 80% of dollars spent on healthcare (~$1 trillion per year) spent in treatment of chronic disease.
  3. 3. What is driving the mIOT? REMOTE MONITORING Increased remote patient monitoring through tele-home healthcare will help drive global market at a CAGR of 24.55% by 2020. SMART TECHNOLOGY The smart pills segment is expected to reach $6.93 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 23.62%. NORTH AMERICA North America is the largest contributor to the global smart healthcare market with a value of $20.46 billion in 2015. Key Market Figures Technavio
  4. 4. What is difference between digital health and IOT? Individual feedback loops System wide feedback loop
  6. 6. The Story of Wendy Wonderwoman
  7. 7. Meet “College Wendy” Your Autoimmunity Connection/DrBonnie360 for
  8. 8. College Wendy’s Sensors
  9. 9. College Wendy’s Magic Mirror Your Autoimmunity Connection/DrBonnie360 for
  11. 11. Middle-Age Wendy’s Sensors
  12. 12. Middle-Age Wendy’s Upgraded Magic Mirror Your Autoimmunity Connection/DrBonnie360 for
  13. 13. Older-Age Wendy’s Sensors
  14. 14. Older-Age Wendy’s Advanced Magic Mirror Your Autoimmunity Connection/DrBonnie360 for
  15. 15. Issues & Challenges 14% 41% 26% 19% 14%19% 36% 31% 16% 34% 28% 18% 19% 34% 32% 15% SECURITY CONCERNS LEGACY SYSTEMS AND/OR EQUIPMENT (e.g., no connectivity or embedded sensors) PRIVACY CONCERNS TECHNOLOGY IMMATURITY (e.g., large-scale analytics) Accenture 2017 Extensive Barrier Moderate Barrier Minimal Barrier Not a Barrier
  16. 16. Medical IoT Startups
  17. 17. mIOT in Chronic Disease Company What How Alivecor Cardiac; 1st FDA-cleared EKG with AI for Apple Watch; Recognizes Normal Sinus Rhythm & Possible Atrial Fibrillation 1) KardiaMobile: open Kardia app on smart phone, place fingers on electrode, see results instantly 2) KardiaBand: replaces Apple Watch band; evaluates HR changes & activity levels; sends notifications to record EKG Omada Health Geared towards populations at risk of diabetes, stroke, heart disease with their digital behavior change program for building healthy habits, including weight loss and reduced risk of chronic disease Track weight, food, activity; Connect with Omada health coach & other participants; Personalized daily & weekly challenges and timed reminders Propeller Manage asthma and COPD; Understand asthma conditions in neighborhood (“Air” by Propeller) Sign up online; Attach sensor to inhaler (connects to smartphone app ); Record when & where symptoms occur; Receive reminders for medications Lark Personalized coaching platform tailored for specific chronic diseases Lark coaches offer 1:1 support and respond within 2 seconds; Programs include: wellness lifestyle coaching, diabetes prevention and/or management, & hypertension management
  18. 18. mIOT in Chronic Disease Company What How Muse Makes meditation easier; Meditation helps alleviate symptoms of stress, depression, anxiety and improves focus, performance, QOL. Brain-sensing headband guides meditation through sounds based on real-time state of brain (e.g., as mind wanders/activity increases, sounds intensify). After a session, review data and set goals Proteus Proteus Discover uses an ingestible sensor and wearable patch to measure medication treatment effectiveness & helps physicians improve clinical outcomes Patient takes medication w/ ingestible sensor; Signal sent to wearable patch; digital record sent to mobile device and Proteus cloud for provider access Science37 Streamlining the process of clinical research; bringing trials to patients and local healthcare systems NORA (Network Oriented Research Assistant) connects patients to trial PI's and the Science37 team; NORA is a phone app that connects to computers and smart watches
  19. 19. The Internet of Things in Chronic Disease Management
  20. 20. Meola, Andrew. “What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?” Business Insider, Business Insider, 19 Dec. 2016, “The IoT Empowers People with Chronic Diseases to Achieve Quality of Life.” Case Study: Medical, Kore: The People Powering IoT, 6 Dec. 2017, Cousin, Mathias, et al. “Devices and Diseases: How the IoT Is Transforming Medtech.” DU Press, Deloitte, 11 Sept. 2015, industry.html. Learn More About IoT: Explore Existing Resources
  21. 21. IoT Reshaping Healthcare “Accenture 2017 IOHT Survey.” Accenture 2017 Internet of Health Things Survey, Accenture Consulting, 2017, Brucher, Luc, and Safaa Moujahid. “The Internet-of-Things: A Revolutionary Digital Tool for the Healthcare Industry.” Inside Magazine Issue 15, 2017, deloitte/Inside/lu_inside15-full.pdf. Damani, Samir, et al. “Aligning Stakeholders in a New Healthcare Ecosystem.” Vidamint, 28 Nov. 2017. Davis, Ben. “10 Examples of the Internet of Things in Healthcare.” Econsultancy, 13 Mar. 2017, Dimitrov, Dimiter V. “Medical Internet of Things and Big Data in Healthcare.” Healthcare Informatics Research, vol. 22, no. 3, 2016, p. 156., doi:10.4258/hir.2016.22.3.156.
  22. 22. Gomez, Jorge, et al. “Patient Monitoring System Based on Internet of Things.” Procedia Computer Science, vol. 83, 2016, pp. 90–97., doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.04.103. Krawiec, RJ, et al. “No Appointment Necessary: How the IoT and Patient-Generated Data Can Unlock Healthcare Value.” Deloitte University Press, Deloitte, Reh, Greg, et al. “Will Patients and Caregivers Embrace Technology-Enabled Health Care?” Deloitte Insights, Deloitte University Press, 30 Aug. 2016, things/digitized-care-use-of-technology-in-health-care.html. IoT for Patients & Caregivers
  23. 23. Join Me DrBonnie360’s mission is to create a digitally connected world of personalized care for autoimmune patients. AtYour Autoimmunity Connection, we consult with startup companies and entrepreneurs who are bringing new products and services that will improve all aspects of autoimmune care. +1.310.666.5312 @DrBonnie360 facebook/YourAutoimmunityConnection