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Revolutionizing cardiac care, Digital Health has grown leaps and bounds, especially in IoT, MIoT, and AI algorithms but some questions still remain.

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Is Digital Health Revolutionizing Cardiac Care

  1. 1. Is Digital Health Revolutionizing Cardiac Care? Dina Sifri Founder & CEO of MedDev Soft Israel
  2. 2. Agenda
  3. 3. What is Digital Health? IoT AI Big Data Tele- Medicine
  4. 4. Stakeholders – 4 Ps Patient Physician Programmers Payers
  5. 5. Stakeholders – 4 Ps Patient Physician Patients- Are they interested that their data is transferred to the cloud? What about their privacy? Will they wear these wearables continuously? Is there a single dominant player in the market? Physician- Do they have time and are they trained to use these devices and data? Do they have time for interruptions like these? Are they interested in all information that these devices provide?
  6. 6. Stakeholders – 4 Ps Programmers- The see only the technology side without fully understanding the hospital/home environment, possibly without understanding the real needs of the device. So they develop the most up to date technological device, which cannot be used in daily practice. Payers- Who is paying for the digital healthcare? If the hospital buys an MRI scanner, the hospital pays for it. If the patient buys a drug, the patient pays for it. Who is going to pay for the algorithm? How can we measure the cost of the algorithm?
  7. 7. SWOT Strength Weakness Opportunities Threats
  8. 8. SWOT Strength Weakness Opportunity Threats Pros: Machines are • More precise • Don’t get tired • Are powerful • Decisions based on a collective of information • Save hospitalization time Cons: • Irrelevant data collection • Long AI training times • How is new data integrated? • Under developed Regulation • Unclear Validation
  9. 9. AI Revolution in Cardiac Care Continuous Monitoring Diagnostics Imaging Therapy Selection
  10. 10. AI Revolution in Cardiac Care Continuous Monitoring Continuous monitoring: Consumer grade wearable devices can continuously monitor a consumer’s heart rate, activity and location, serve as a good platform for building AI tools that can predict early warning signs of lifestyle diseases including cardiovascular anomalies.
  11. 11. AI Revolution in Cardiac Care Diagnostics: Typical diagnostic pathways involve three stages. The first stage is measuring an electrocardiogram (ECG) at rest. Anomalies in this stage results in a combination of semi-invasive tests such as ECG stress test, stress echocardiography, and chest CT scan. Anomalies in this tests lead to an invasive angiography. Researchers and companies are already using AI to predict the anomalies quickly, cheaply, and accurately without using the third invasive step. Diagnostics
  12. 12. AI Revolution in Cardiac Care Therapy selection: One of the biggest challenges for cardiologists, hospital systems, patients, and their families is to determine the risk and cost of care pathways recommended by the cardiologists. AI can simplify this decision. Therapy Selection
  13. 13. AI Revolution in Cardiac Care Cardiac imaging: AI is enhancing live visualization of the heart, by color coding the different heart chambers in real time from low-resolution grayscale echocardiography images. This technology was not available a couple of years ago and is now vastly improving the efficiency of clinical workflow for both cardiologists and radiologists. Imaging
  14. 14. 5G Transforming Digital Healthcare The future is still not fully here but we are making huge strides towards it. • Assisted medical services that enable specialists to help with delicate operations remotely. • Telemedicine via superfast wireless technology to tackle the problem of rural patients. • Health and medical care are considered as one of the most fascinating applications that can fully benefit from the IoT. Internet of Medical Things (IMedT) for monitoring cardiac activity. • Remote monitoring of patients • Medical image transmitting • AI/Big data • Mobile robotic surgery • Patients are the point of care • Patients getting more involved in their own care • Personalized Health Care
  15. 15. Thank You Dina Sifri Founder & CEO MedDev Soft , dina@meddevsoft.com +972-52-8656864

Revolutionizing cardiac care, Digital Health has grown leaps and bounds, especially in IoT, MIoT, and AI algorithms but some questions still remain.

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