Presentation by Mr .Silas Olsson, “Health Access”, Sweden at the OECD LEED conference on "Demographic transition and ageing society - Implications for local labour markets" (Lodz, Poland), 21/-22 March 2013.
Silas Olsson - Demographic change: innovation, products, services and growth
Demographic ChangeInnovation, Products, Services and Growth ”Local Scenarios of Demographic Change: Policies and Strategies for Sustainable Development, Skills and Employment” Conference organised by: Ministry of Regional Development in Poland, Lodzkie Voivodship Self-Government in cooperation with the OECD 21-22 March 2013, Lodz, Poland Silas Olsson HealthAccess SwedenReferences: European Commission, The Swedish Institute of Assistive Technology (SIAT); Swedish Family Care Competence Centre; Västerås municipality; Industries from Sweden/Europe; and others referred to in the presentation
Some Main Characteristics of Regional Development in Sweden• Innovation• Entrepreneurship• Infrastucture (Communication, Broadband, etc.)• Competence boost for industry and public sector• The Regions are in the lead (”decentralisation”)• Government and Gov. Agencies give support• Intensive on-going work right now to develop Regional Policies and Strategies for 2014-2020 in the context of EU Cohesion Structural Funds
Some Main Characteristics of Regional Development in Sweden - EU Context (preliminary)• Position Paper from EC – November 2012• Eight Regions – Eight Programmes• April – View of the Govenment• Views from external resources like OECD• June – Draft from the Regions• September – Documents from the Regions• Challenge: synergies with other programmes• October/November – ”Partnershipagreement”• January/February – Respons from EC• Mid 2014 – Launch and First Calls
Demographic TrendsDistribution of the population (EU25) per age group (1950 – 2050) Source: UN World Population Prospects (2002 Revision) and Eurostat 2004 Demographic Projections (Baseline scenario)
Technology and ICT enabledInnovations and Solutions(products and services) will playa substantial role to shape theconsequences of DemographicAgeing
Same characteristics related to informal carers (family carers) in Sweden• Population 9.500.000 inhabitants• 1.300.000 informal carers (family carers)• 900.000 of the informal carers are within the working age population• A majority of the informal carers are between 45 and 64 years old and are mostly taking care of their parents (age group 30-44 mostly care of children, and age group 65+ mostly care of spouse/partner)• Children are, sometimes, informal carers Ref: The National Board of Health and Welfare. Report ”Anhöriga som ger omsorg till närstående”, August 2012.
ACTION is an acronym forAssisting Carers using Telematics Interventions to meet Older People’s Needs.The service was developed in 1997 by the University of Boråstogether with universities and care providers in England, NorthernIreland, the Republic of Ireland and Portugal.
”Gapet” - ICT - Bridging the gap – Linking healthcare in regions with social care in municipalitiesand integrate informal carers• Started 2009• Carers: 16-89 years, 100 different diagnosis• More than 2000 users
Karin 83 years old Halland”I receive messages from children and grandchildren, it’s verypleasant, the ippi is my computer” Social interactions: Communication via smart phones, PC, webcams on one end to the normal TV set at home on the other end, and vice versa.
Sten’s vision: Independence foreveryone, free to eat by yourself! • Controlled by the user through finger, foot, mouth or head control. • Advanced movements to reduce spilling • Small and portable to bring to restaurants or outdoor • Quite and discreet design 10
Social Alarms – a sector under strategic development Digital tools & systems open up for new services and new integration with homecare and healthcare Photo: Jesper Lindström Hjälpmedelsinstitutet
Social Alarms with GPSLocalizing and to support a person who lost his/her orientationPosifon
European Innovation Partnership: pilot on Active & Healthy Ageing Steering key documents:Europe 2020, Innovation Union, Strategic Implementation Plan 13
Current State of Play of the EIP on AHA• 500 commitments• 300 leading organisations• 1000 regions & municipalities• 30 million citizens & 2 million of patients involved• Marketplace more than 30000 visits and more than 650 registered users• 1 billion euro mobilised• 39 innovative good practices (reference sites)
Results of the Second Invitation for Commitments• Received 310 commitments• All 27 EU MS are more actively involved than in the first call• In almost all new commitm. health providers are involved (circa 271)• Public authorities (national, regional, local) are involved in 170 commitments• SMEs are involved in 130 commitments• Large industry is involved in 79 commitments
The commitments per action group120100 1078060 6840 37 39 3420 25 0 A1: A2: A3: Action for B3: C2: D4: Prescription Personalised prevention of Replicating Development Innovation for and health functional and tutoring of Age-friendly adherence management, decline and integrated interoperable buildings, action at starting with frailty care for independent cities & regional level a Falls chronic living environments Prevention diseases, solutions, Initiative including including remote guidelines for monitoring at business regional level models
Main Message: ” See the challenges ofdemographic ageing (also) fromthe innovation and the economic growth perspective ”
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