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Dr pg healthscape 2018 ide


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Integrating Smart Medical Devices into People, Process & Technology - welcome to the future

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Dr pg healthscape 2018 ide

  1. 1. Taurus Glocal CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO THE PARTIES IN DISCUSSION. 28 Aug 2018 Contact: Website:
  2. 2. A VISIONARY SAW THE NEW ERA Steve Jobs said: “I think the biggest innovations of the 21st century will be at the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning”..
  3. 3. It wont be used just because it is cool! Define the Medical Use Case and then develop a Technology solution. Not vice-versa! E.g. wearable devices. good gift item. But few really solve any major health issues. Wristbands, sensors, headsets, “wearable nets” can obtain and transmit any kind of data from sleep rhythms to blood pressure. But no clinically demonstrated evidence yet! MANY NEW TECHNOLOGIES DON’T SOLVE A REAL CLINICAL PROBLEM
  4. 4. Patients, physicians, hospitals and insurance companies – want the other one to pay Fee-for-service payment model: cant sell something to Doctors that lowers costs or reduce patient visits Financial value of the Healthcare ecosystem accrues to Insurance and Pharma. You have to see how the technology will benefit them! WHO WILL PAY FOR NEW TECHNOLOGIES
  5. 5. Who owns the medical data? Being God to being Custodian? Computer and Devices are the new barrier between Physician and Patient Physicians would relish a more user-friendly, smart device, capable of rapid data entry and mobility…AI based Digital Assistant? Patients want access to and make sense of their health data in simple language beyond the doctor’s office… PHYSICIANS WANT TO SHOW PATIENTS MINIMAL MEDICAL INFORMATION
  6. 6. Physicians like to assume they don’t need more data and they never make medical errors. Science proves otherwise. Added information reduces the risks of medical error, avoids redundant testing, and facilitates remote access to test results. Benefits to the patient are clear, even when the technology adds time for the Physician. What is the incentive for Clinical Adoption! INFORMATION OVERLOAD SLOWS DOWN MOST PHYSICIANS
  7. 7. With the advent of gene sequencing, exponential growth of medical information, physicians won't be able to do clinical justice without advanced smart devices. E.g. Cancer: Given dozens of alternatives, the patient’s unique genetics and the many sub-types of each cancer – is more a matter of technology and science. Increasingly, treatment possibilities exceed the human mind. Busy people want to receive care through technologically enabled alternatives like video visits and secure e-mail, rather than through the traditional office visit. HI-TECH MAKING MEDICAL CARE LESS HIGH- TOUCH
  8. 8. Technology is not a panacea for everything in Healthcare Healthcare is an Ecosystem Healthcare is a B2B2C market Focus on helping patients prevent chronic diseases Disease Management when problems arise Build Apps and Devices using technologies already adopted. Penchant for new and complex technologies will be a difficult sell. It takes its own sweet time for adoption Easy of Use – User Experience for less privileged, less educated, less able and special needs is important SO THE ROAD AHEAD…
  9. 9. Taurus Glocal CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY TO THE PARTIES IN DISCUSSION. 28 Aug 2018 Contact: Website: