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Katarzyna Wac, Innovations for Global Health Challenges (Panel), ITU-WHO Policy Dialogue on Digital Health for “Healthy Lives and Wellbeing for All (SDG3)” in parallel to the World Health Assembly, Geneva, Switzerland, May 2016.

Please reference this work if you find it useful as follows (related paper):
Katarzyna Wac, Maddalena Fiordelli, Mattia Gustarini, Homero Rivas, Quality of Life Technologies: Experiences from the Field and Key Research Challenges, IEEE Internet Computing, Special Issue: Personalized Digital Health, July/August 2015.

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Innovations for Global Health Challenges: Private Sector and Research View

  1. 1.     Global Health Challenges Private Sector Innovations to Keep Us Healthy (while Profiting From Each Step We Take) Prof. Katarzyna Wac 1,2 1 Human-Centric Computing, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2 Quality of Life Technologies lab, University of Geneva, Switzerland EMAIL: katarzyna.wac@unige.ch & wac@di.ku.dk WEB: www.qol.unige.ch TWITTER: @katewac LINKEDIN and SLIDESHARE: /KatarzynaWac Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  
  2. 2.    Tremendous Speed and Impact Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  Prof. Katarzyna Wac, UNIGE & UCPH  
  3. 3.     Bracelets, Bands, Smart Watches (And Weight Scales) Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  Prof. Katarzyna Wac, UNIGE & UCPH   Steps  (kcal)   AcIviIes   Sleep   HR,  Temp,  GSR     Phone  noIficaIons  
  4. 4.     Keeping Us Engaged Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  Prof. Katarzyna Wac, UNIGE & UCPH  
  5. 5.     Global Health •  Bullets Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  Prof. Katarzyna Wac, UNIGE & UCPH  
  6. 6.     Angels… •  Design Principles –  Miniaturized, wearable, (always) connected wirelessly, waterproof ~ Personalized, fashionable ~ Easier to use, relatively cheap ~ Battery-efficient –  Gamification to increase“compliance” ( à smartphone) –  Towards: actionable feedback addressing psychological biases •  e.g., myopia (“short-term vs. long-term”state) •  overconfidence (“not me”) Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  Prof. Katarzyna Wac, UNIGE & UCPH  
  7. 7.     …or Devils? •  “Colonization phase” –  Unreliable (‘what is a step?’) vs. ground truth –  Data is locked in, not standardized, no interoperable –  Privacy & Security: tracking you anywhere, selling data for profit –  Not clinically validated (vs. liability, standardization) •  Diagnosis, rehabilitation, treatment support? Prof. Katarzyna Wac, UNIGE & UCPH   Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  
  8. 8.     Global Health Challenges Private Sector Innovations to Keep Us Healthy (while Profiting From Each Step We Take) Prof. Katarzyna Wac 1,2 1 Human-Centric Computing, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2 Quality of Life Technologies lab, University of Geneva, Switzerland EMAIL: katarzyna.wac@unige.ch & wac@di.ku.dk WEB: www.qol.unige.ch TWITTER: @katewac LINKEDIN and SLIDESHARE: /KatarzynaWac Digital  Health  for  Healthy  Lives  and  Wellbeing  for  All   A  high-­‐level  Policy  Dialogue  on  Digital  Health   Geneva,  23-­‐24  May  2016  

Talk given: Katarzyna Wac, Innovations for Global Health Challenges (Panel), ITU-WHO Policy Dialogue on Digital Health for “Healthy Lives and Wellbeing for All (SDG3)” in parallel to the World Health Assembly, Geneva, Switzerland, May 2016. Please reference this work if you find it useful as follows (related paper): Katarzyna Wac, Maddalena Fiordelli, Mattia Gustarini, Homero Rivas, Quality of Life Technologies: Experiences from the Field and Key Research Challenges, IEEE Internet Computing, Special Issue: Personalized Digital Health, July/August 2015.

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