Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

The Future of Healthcare | Smart Health coLAB

10,605 views

Published on

- HealthTech innovation is disrupting healthcare and its established players
- Technology is driving a new paradigm to create better health care
- Developing markets can leapfrog their healthcare infrastructure limitations
- New opportunities are opening to shape the new paradigm

Published in: Healthcare
  • I think you need a perfect and 100% unique academic essays papers have a look once this site i hope you will get valuable papers, ⇒ www.HelpWriting.net ⇐
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Have u ever tried external professional writing services like ⇒ www.WritePaper.info ⇐ ? I did and I am more than satisfied.
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Natural Breast Enlargement... The Magic Formula ✔✔✔ https://t.cn/A6Liz7kD
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Hi, I read your guide on how to make my breasts bigger and I have to report some good news! I've been using your techniques for about 2 weeks now and I'm already starting to feel more like a woman! I can wear all sexy clothes and please my boyfriend in ways I've never been able to before. Thank you thank you!! ✄✄✄ https://t.cn/A6Li7BTH
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • From A Cup To c Cup In 6 Weeks with this... ▲▲▲ https://t.cn/A6Li7BTH
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here

The Future of Healthcare | Smart Health coLAB

  1. 1. SMART HEALTH coLAB Ÿ Future of Healthcare 11th May 2015 Ÿ Singapore Ÿ The Propell Group HEALTHCARE The Future of @enquirepropell #HealthTech
  2. 2. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. •  HealthTech innovation is disrupting healthcare and its established players •  Technology is driving a new paradigm to create better health care •  Developing markets can leapfrog their healthcare infrastructure limitations •  New opportunities are opening to shape the new paradigm Healthcare is changing dramatically
  3. 3. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. The convergence of the digital revolution with health: ELEMENTS Wireless devices Hardware sensors Sensing tech Microprocessors Integrated circuits The Internet Social Networking Genomics Personal genetics What is HealthTech? LEXICON Wireless Health / mHealth e-Patients / eHealth Quantified Self / Self-tracking Wearable Computing Telehealth & Telemedicine Personalized Medicine / QS Health IT Connected Health Big Data / Health Data
  4. 4. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. HealthTech frequently features in the media Why Digital Health Will Have Huge Impact March 3, 2014 By Todd Hixon Digital Health has big buzz this year. For example, it was a hot topic at both the Consumer Electronics Show (“CES”) and the more-serious JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. (“Digital Health” refers to products and businesses that apply modern digital technologies — the web, mobile, the cloud, miniature sensors — to healthcare.) J.P. Morgan health conference points toward a hot year in digital health January 15, 2015 By Mark Sullivan The J.P. Morgan event was a very different scene, of course, and much smaller, but the same energy for health tech was palpable there, too. This conference usually focuses on biotech and medical device companies. But this year, the number of digital health companies was decidedly larger and more visible
  5. 5. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. HealthTech Market Landscape
  6. 6. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. 1.  Big Data and Impact on Healthcare 2.  Advances in Wearable and Sensors 3.  Business Models 4.  Funding Trends 5.  Asia HealthTech Focus: HealthTech Innovation
  7. 7. “Healthcare isn’t a science problem, it’s an information problem” — Thomas Goetz — Author of The Decision Tree: Taking Control of Your Health in the New Era of Personalized Medicine Big Data & HEALTHCARE
  8. 8. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. HealthTech ecosystem: The new paradigm Doctors Efficient Healthcare Better regulations Insurance Customize Packages User specific rates Enterprise Faster discovery Consumer insights Individuals Preventative Care Personalized Care Government Efficient Infrastructure Better Policy Shared Information Cloud Outbreak reports Health tracking Claims reporting Insurance cover Clinical trial data Consumer reporting Sensors and Trackers Wellness reporting Population Data Public Awareness
  9. 9. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. 6 Ways Big Data is Changing Healthcare Genomics & Beyond Next generation sequencing, data management & analysis Data Analytics Transforming Data: working with and mixing data sets Public Awareness Planning and Preventing: Using data to reduce and prevent disease Support Providers Clinical and Non-clinical Intelligence: Combining a greater variety of data Support Self-Care Patient Focused: Increase variety and frequency of data Health Eco-system Collaboration: Pooling data from many sources for bigger & better results
  10. 10. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. The Value of Big Data in Healthcare $40-70 B Right Innovation $300B $450B Healthcare Savings in the US driven by Big Data Right Value Right Provider Right Care Right Living $50-100 B $50-70 B $90-110 B $70-100 B •  Targeted disease prevention •  Data-enabled adherence programs •  Alignment around proven pathways •  Coordinated care across providers •  Shifting volume to right care setting •  Reducing ER rates •  Payment innovation & alignment •  Provider-performance transparency •  Accelerating discovery in R&D •  Improving clinical trial operations $300B to $450B in reduced healthcare spend
  11. 11. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Cloud-based, collaborative technology platform for next generation sequencing and analysis tools Genetic analysis applied to discover which healthcare methods work, and for whom. Tute Genomics is a cloud-based platform that can rapidly analyze and annotate personal genomes Personal DNA analysis and interpretation service for individuals Genomics & Beyond Next generation sequencing, data management & analysis
  12. 12. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Provide decision support tools to reduce cost, improve quality of care and outcomes through smart operational improvements in hospitals. Free health records platform which aggregates population health data across multiple sites •  Founded in the US – now launched in the UK Cloud-based data platform for real-time insights and intelligence – currently focused on oncology •  “ Software as a drug ” Cloud-based platform focused on standardizing health record management across providers e.g. hospitals Data Analytics: Transforming Data: working with and mixing data sets
  13. 13. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Big global data sets available to help guide policy decisions and improve population health Scans social media to forecast and track outbreaks of disease Identify counterfeit drugs and enable pharmaceutical companies to track drug distribution Real-time surveillance for emerging public health threats by scanning informal sources Public Awareness Planning and Preventing: Using data to reduce and prevent disease
  14. 14. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Diabetes management solution for patients, health systems, and payer groups Asia founded remote monitoring for physicians to manage chronic patients Collects data and organizes feedback to help patients better manage asthma Creates innovative and cost-effective online behavior- change programs for chronic diseases •  CDC Recognised Digital Therapeutics: Patient Focused: Increase variety and frequency of data
  15. 15. “Technology may replace up to 80% of what doctors do” — Vinod Khosla — Founder at Khosla Ventures Wearable SENSORS & DEVICES
  16. 16. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. •  Create a wealth of data in real time •  Measure physiological parameters easily •  Relate trends, behaviors and environments to health and wellness •  Analyze trends to understand the health ecosystem Why do wearable and biosensors matter?
  17. 17. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Wearable ecosystem: Biosensing Wearables Activity Trackers e.g. Fitbit, Misfit Smart Watches e.g. Garmin, Apple Smart Clothing e.g. Athos Patches & Tattoos e.g. Zio, MC10 Ingestibles & Smart Implants e.g. Proteus BioSensors Devices that convert a biological element into a signal output Wearables Are on- or in-body devices that enable user experience
  18. 18. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Wearable and Sensors Market Landscape WELLNESS DIAGNOSTIC CHRONIC MONITORING
  19. 19. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Garmin LumoFitbitWatch APPLE WATCH Smart-watch with activity accelerometer and HR monitor FITBIT SURGE Smart-watch with activity accelerometer and HR monitor GARMIN 920XT Triathlon training smart-watch with GPS, HR monitor & activity accelerometer LUMOBACK Posture monitor Wellness Lifestyle monitor, intended to increase wellness
  20. 20. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Alivecor CueZioScout ALIVECOR Heart Monitor is a single-channel ECG recorder that is portable and easy to use - FDA approved! SCANADU SCOUT Sophisticated physical exam: tracks & trends vitals such as to, HR, VO2, ECG, BP ZIO by iRythm Micro sensor for long-term monitoring of cardiac rhythms CUE Personal cartridge driven saliva analysis for wellness management Diagnostic, Chronic & Monitoring, Intended to aid medical systems and speed diagnosis
  21. 21. Business MODELS “Great products are becoming a commodity. It's the combination between great products and a great business model that is going to keep you ahead of the competition in the coming decade.” — Alexander Osterwalder — Business Model Generation, a global bestseller on the topic of business model innovation
  22. 22. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. •  Spending is inefficient or non-existent •  Policies are shifting in mature & developing countries •  Increasing focus on outcomes, not volumes •  New business models are forming to address changes •  76% of Fortune 500 companies are now in healthcare The healthcare business landscape is shifting
  23. 23. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Partnership with Genomics England to mine information from a government project to decode the genomes of 100,000 patients from NHS patients with cancer and rare diseases to discover personalised medicines •  Year-long trial announced March 2015 Has announced 12 undisclosed partnerships with academia and corporate: •  Signed collaboration with Pfizer for the study of Crohn’s disease •  Signed a $60M deal with Genentech (Roche) for the study of Parkinson’s Disease Pharmaco Genomics: The future of drug design The Past: Molecular screening libraries used by most large drug companies and academic centers The Future: Identifying the root cause of, or critical aberrant protein associated with a particular disease and use this template to design the antibody or molecule to block it
  24. 24. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Clinical Data: Next generation clinical trials and RWE Innovative tele-health solutions through interactive health technology platform that consists of medical devices, application software, mobile apps, cloud-based web applications focused on CV clinical trials Open-source platform that empowers researchers to design and administer app-based health research. Initial focus on breast cancer, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, CV and Asthma Platform and algorithms allow to gather and show data for faster clinical trials, and to support patients and doctor in the extreme complexity of the real-world Neurology and Immunology treatments •  Post launch real-time patient data from extremely large numbers of patients •  Increasingly important data sets for market access and reimbursement §  Velcade (J&J) for the treatment of Myeloma ($35,000 p.a.) was initially rejected by NICE (UK). J&J agreed not charge any patient not deriving benefit. Velcade was approved
  25. 25. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Free cloud-based health records platform which aggregates population health data across multiple sites Supported by advertising IN ASIA Using mobile phones and devices for innovative and practical solutions for cost effective healthcare services Supported by Enterprise IN ASIA Employee engagement platform that drives productivity and manages cost though employee wellness Supported by Employers IN ASIA Electronic Health Records (EHR) mHealth (Mobile Health) Health Insurance / Employee Wellness Business Model Innovation: Increase relevance to the market
  26. 26. “Investments in digital health are having a positive impact and the momentum is likely to continue and cause changes throughout the entire healthcare ecosystem. In particular, the pharmaceutical industry is poised to take advantage of digital and mobile innovation allowing them to “go beyond the pill” — Jack Young — Head – Qualcomm Life Fund Funding TRENDS
  27. 27. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. •  Key investment themes taking shape •  Venture capital funding doubles again •  Growing number of technology and strategic investors •  M&A deal flow growing •  Strong IPO trend •  7,500+ DH startups across the globe Significant activity in HealthTech funding
  28. 28. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Venture funding of HealthTech continues to outpace other sectors Health Sector Funding Changes Based on total funding from 2012 and 2013 2013 vs 2012 2014 vs 2013 All Sectors Health Tech Med DevicesBiotech 9% 61% 29% 127% 10% 29% -17% 21%
  29. 29. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Venture funding of digital health: Key trends Top Trends of Digital Health Funding 2011 to 2014 Ranking 2011 2012 2013 2014 1 Healthcare Consumer Engagement Healthcare Consumer Engagement EHR & Clinical Workflow Analytics & Big Data Data aggregation & analysis to support a wide range of healthcare use cases 2 Analytics & Big Data EHR & Clinical Workflow Analytics & Big Data Healthcare Consumer Engagement Consumer tools for the purchasing of healthcare services or health insurance 3 Digital Dx Personal Health Tools & Tracking Digital Medical Devices Digital Medical Devices Software / hardware designed to treat a specific disease or condition 4 EHR & Clinical Workflow Care Coordination Population Health Management Telemedicine Delivery of healthcare services through virtual channels 5 Post-acute Solutions Wearables & Biosensing Wearables & Biosensing Personal Medicine Software to support the practice of medicine customised to an individual’s genetics 6 Hospital Administration Telemedicine Healthcare Consumer Engagement Population Health Management Platforms for managing population health under the shift to risk-based payment models
  30. 30. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Acquisitions: Is this the start of the HealthTech sector maturing? 95 M&A Deals in 2014 - $20B ACQUIRER TARGET Flatiron Health Altos Solutions Teladoc AmeriDoc Evidera Archimedes Optum Audax Roche Bina Technologies MDLive Breakthrough Hearst Health CareinSync Cambia Health ClarusHealth Merck eCardio Google Lift Labs UnitedHealth Group MedSynergies WellTok MindBloom HCA PatientKeeper Facebook ProtoGeo (Moves) AirStrip Wireless Sense4Baby MyFitnessPal Sessions WebMD TheraSim Covidien Zephyr Technologies Sector # of M&A deals Health Tech Med Device Payer Biopharma Provider Other Healthcare Tech Other 47 8 6 6 4 4 7 13 ACQUIRER TARGET VALUE BD CareFusion $12.2B Cognizant TriZetto $2.7B Cerner Siemens Health $1.3B Optum Alere $600M Aetna bswift $400M Brighton Health Privia $400M GE API Healthcare $340M Emdeon Change Healthcare $185M Medtronic Corventis $150M Astra Zeneca Definiens $150M Intel Basis $100M Everyday Health Medico.com $100M Millenium Labs RxAnte $70M St Jude Medical CardioMEMS $60M Care.com Citrus Lane $49M Advisory Board Co. HealthPost $25M Weight Watchers Wello $9M Premier Meddius $8M DISCLOSED UNDISCLOSED
  31. 31. “For all emerging markets, the conditions are very challenging. But where we see challenges, I see opportunity. In fact: our challenges are your opportunities ” — Joko Widodo — President, Indonesia Asia PARADOX
  32. 32. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Asia Paradoxes Immature Healthcare Infrastructure Health expenditure (%GDP) Health expenditure (per capita US$) Nurses (per ‘000 population) Doctors (per’000 population) 3.5% 3.9% 4.6% 4.9% 9.0% 9.9% 11.0% 11.4% 16.9% Kenya FranceBangla- desh India USJapan UKChina Ger- many 19.50 44.10 44.50 164.50 3,445.90 3,590.80 4,524.10 4,973.10 7,830.10 FranceGer- many JapanUKChinaIndiaKenyaBangla- desh US 0.1 1.1 1.1 1.3 7.9 8.0 8.1 9.3 11.4 Ger- many JapanUSUKFranceIndiaKenyaChinaBangla- desh 0.1 0.3 0.6 1.6 2.2 2.3 3.0 3.5 6.8 Ger- many FranceUSUKJapanChinaIndiaBangla- desh Kenya Source: World Health Organisation, Espicom
  33. 33. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Asia Paradoxes Large Unmet Medical Needs Cardio Vascular Disease (Deaths per 100,000) Diabetes Disease (Deaths per 100,000) Lung Cancer Disease (Death per 100,000) RTAs (Death per 100,000) Indonesia AustraliaS.Korea China USIndia BangladeshSingapore France Source: World Health Organisation, 34.7 79.7 82.4 150.8 165.8 203.7 29.2 60.3 68.8 80.5 UK Bangladesh FranceSingapore China USIndia IndonesiaS.Korea UK 10.8 13.4 23 23.8 23.8 29.5 5 8.1 9.9 15.2 Australia S.Korea FranceIndia Bangladesh USSingapore ChinaIndonesia Australia 6.5 20.3 20.5 27.3 27.5 33.5 18.2 29.6 31 35.4 UK India FranceSingapore S.Korea USChina IndonesiaBangladesh UK 5.3 13.7 16.4 18.7 20.8 22.6 4.8 6.6 6.8 13.9 Australia
  34. 34. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Developing Markets Diamond Deeper Market Relevance From skimming to penetrating the market Premium Market Segment Value Market Segment Underserved Market Segment 56% 30% 13% 1%
  35. 35. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. •  Lifestyle and wellness apps driven by growing middle class affluence •  Infrastructure management and modernisation •  Chronic disease management driven by growing health awareness •  Reverse innovation enabling better care at an affordable price point •  Growing demand for senior healthcare products and services Asia: Key Drivers
  36. 36. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. HealthTech: Asia HealthTech Startup Landscape Nascent But Thriving Ecosystem Note: Not an exhaustive list! Source: Health Startups Asia! HealthTech Startup Categories Big Data & Analytics, 9 Consumer Health & Wellness, 46 Genomics & Precision Medicine, 6 Navigating the Healthcare System, 34 Patient Engagement, 52 Practice Engagement, 33 Sensors & Diagnostics, 31 Telehealth & Remote Monitoring, 9 HealthTech Startup Geographies Australia, 29 Indonesia, 14 Singapore, 41 Malaysia, 6 Hong Kong, 14 India, 72 Philipines, 10 Vietnam, 5 China, 8 South Korea, 4 Thailand, 2 Japan, 14 Taiwan, 4
  37. 37. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Venture funding of HealthTech: Asia key trends Noteworthy Asia HealthTech Startups Startup Funding ($M) Stage Principal Investors Meet You (CH) 35 •  Series C •  Matrix Partners •  K2 Ventures Practo (INDIA) 30 •  Series B •  Sequoia Capital PICOOC (CH) 25 •  Series B •  Tencent •  Gobi Partners HealthKart (INDIA) 20 •  Series B •  Sequoia Capital •  Intel Capital DocDoc (SG) 8.5 •  Series A •  Jungle Ventures •  SparkLabs Reka Health (SG) 4 •  Series A •  Tembusu Partners DXY (CH) 2 •  Seed & Pre A •  DCM Our Health Mate (SG) 1 •  Seed & Pre A •  LeoTech Healint (SG) 1 •  Seed & Pre A •  Wavemaker mClinica (SG) 1 •  Seed & Pre A •  500StartUps •  Kickstart Ventures
  38. 38. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Asia Healthcare Accelerator Landscape Most Asia accelerators have a broad sector focus 2015 will see the launch of 2 healthtech focused accelerators •  There are 100+ incubators & accelerators across Asia – virtually none are 100% focused on healthtech •  Growing maturity of the ecosystem vs. 115 healthtech accelerators worldwide (87 in the US) •  All players listed are potential partners •  Putting Asia / Singapore on the map Incubator! Accelerator! Focused! Broad! AHA! (SG)! Clearbridge Accelerator (SG)! AIA ! (HK)! MetLife (SG)! Independent! Captive! JFDI Asia (SG)! BioFactory (SG)! SPRING SSA MedTech (SG)1! SparkLabs (KR)! rockstart! (SG)! Modern Ageing ! (SG)! Muru D! (SG)! Other Asia Accelerators2! Note 1: Zicom MedTacc and Med Tech Alliance, together with SPRING Singapore will co-invest S$60 million to develop promising medical technology ventures! Note 2: A number of accelerators exist in Asia e.g. GSF India which operate on a similar model to JFDI Asia but have no deliberate focus on healthtech! EVA ! (IN)!
  39. 39. •  HealthTech is disrupting healthcare and its stakeholders •  Technology is driving a new paradigm to create better healthcare •  Asia healthcare will be able to leapfrog its infrastructure limitations •  New opportunities are opening to shape the new paradigm •  What healthtech solution could you hack? Healthcare is changing dramatically
  40. 40. Julien de SALABERRY Experienced regional head and GM. 15+ years in healthcare with leading brands including Eli Lilly, Boston Scientific, Baxter, GSK, Merck & Co. Significant Asia Pacific Experience. The Propell Group is a boutique venture investor and adviser firm focused on early stage companies in healthcare technology aha! is a dedicated health-tech accelerator focused on Asia 4 Asia healthcare technology innovation Co-Author of iDisrupted Founder & CIO Ÿ The Propell Group M: +65 9488 7334 Ÿ julien@propellgroup.biz @enquirepropell
  41. 41. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. LOW COST PROSTHETICS Researchers at the University of Toronto, in collaboration with Autodesk Research and CBM Canada, used 3D printing to quickly produce cheap and easily customizable prosthetic sockets for patients in the developing world TAILOR MADE SENSORS Researchers have used scans of animal hearts to create printed models, and then added stretchy electronics on top of those models. The material can be wrapped around the real heart and enhanced the electronics with multiple sensors 3D Printing: Next generation medical devices BONE Professor Susmita Bose of Washington State University modified a 3D printer to bind chemicals to a ceramic powder creating intricate ceramic scaffolds that promote the growth of the bone in any shape HEART VALVES Jonathan Butcher of Cornell University has printed a heart valve that will soon be tested in sheep. He used a combination of cells and biomaterials to control the valve’s stiffness MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Dutch surgeons replaced the entire top of a 22 year–old woman’s skull with a customized printed implant made from plastic SKIN James Yoo at the Wake Forest School of Medicine in the US has developed a printer that can print skin straight onto the wounds of burn victims.
  42. 42. ©2015 by The Propell Group - All rights reserved. Proprietary and Confidential. Micro sensor for long-term monitoring of cardiac rhythms Single-channel ECG recorder that is portable, easy to use and low cost (FDA approved) •  Being rolled out across Apollo hospitals in India Sophisticated physical exam: tracks & trends vitals such as to, HR, VO2, ECG, BP Flow monitor for safe and accurate infusion •  Y Combinator Accelerator graduate Reverse Innovation: Clinical and Non-clinical Application

×