Living labs in time of crisis

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Presnting some strategic possibilities for European Living labs in time of economic crisis.
COLLABS, Final meeting. Lugano, june 2010

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Living labs in time of crisis

  1. 1. Living labs in time of crisis. Artur Serra i2cat Foundation Collabs Workshop Lugano, June 22th, 2010
  2. 2. Living labs started at the end of a cycle of economic prosperity (Nov. 2006)
  3. 3. Things have changed dramatically (June 2010)
  4. 4. “The worse crisis since World War II”
  5. 5. The possibility of a Big Change in innovation systems
  6. 6. What happened in WWII? The begining of of the Military R&D system
  7. 7. Americans have developed military supremacy from technology (particularly with ICT)
  8. 8. Americans are the global military superpower
  9. 9. “American are from Mars, European are from Venus” “Power and Weakness: Why the United States and Europe see the world differently” By Robert Kagan Foreign Affairs, June & July 2002
  10. 10. What is the chances of Europe in the current crisis?
  11. 11. Applying the high tech to the civil systems
  12. 12. Is the Living Lab the answer to the new innovation system?
  13. 13. A big challenge: Re-designing the European Welfare State: Innovating in healthcare systems with ICT
  14. 14. Rutine innovation and breakthrough innovation
  15. 15. Europeans have developed healthcare systems with better performance (WHO The world health report 2000 - Health systems: improving performance)
  16. 16. Can European develop better healthcare systems with ICT?
  17. 17. Americans are...still young
  18. 18. Europeans are getting older...
  19. 19. Step 1. IT as an innovative “medical technology”
  20. 20. The i2cat first IT health innovative project • From an health problem and IT Health Service • To an IT health innovative project • To a new IT Health Service...and again
  21. 21. Two cultures in conflict/cooperation The IT people and The medical community
  22. 22. A second clash The IT service people and the IT R&D people
  23. 23. 2005
  24. 24. Current i2cat eHealth projects • Eye-Health Tele-Ophthalmology • Linkcare Biomedical parameter home monitoring • Catalan TeleStroke Network TeleStroke emergency service E-Health • home Help4Mood: A distributed system to support depressed people at • Attentianet Elderly home support platform • connectAlzheimer Pacient social network • LivingLab4Carers User driven tools development • SegureHealth RFID tracking & monitoring • Selene Multidisciplinary knowledge center (product innovation trough livinglab procedures) e-Dependence • Visual-Health Medical media platform
  25. 25. Created in 2006
  26. 26. TIC Salut: the Public IT Health unit • First victory: TIC Salut helps to the IT policy in the Catalan Health Department. − Putting order in big IT health projects  Patient Medical Records  Electronic medicine recipes.  Digital image network  Personal health archive • The eHealth is already established Barcelona 13-02- 09
  27. 27. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  28. 28. From eHealth to iHealth Barcelona 13-02- 09
  29. 29. Step 2. People as innovative actor Barcelona 13-02- 09
  30. 30. The new actor in Health care systems: The people Barcelona 13-02- 09
  31. 31. The wave of Open innovation • User-driven innovation. • Web 2.0, Living Labs, • European Network of Living Labs. • People are using Internet health services faster than healthcare systems. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  32. 32. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  33. 33. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  34. 34. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  35. 35. A best practice. Universitat del pacient Patient's University Barcelona 13-02- 09
  36. 36. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  37. 37. A second best practice: Seniorlab, a LL project • A community of seniors interested in independent living and innovation – Seniors and Elders, a new age group. – Innovation as a culture for promoting independent way of living. • Socialization • Interest in novelty. Neotenia • Learning again • Technology innovation: Connecta Alzheimer, a user-driven technology tool. – The knowledge/wisdom society Barcelona 13-02- 09
  38. 38. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  39. 39. Some conclusions • 1. IT Health can be strategic for reforming the European Welfare systems. • 2. The ICT Medical community can be a driver of the innovation in the healthcare systems. • 3. Patients, even seniors, can be an ally in this innovative effort. • 4. The economic crisis offers the possibility and the need to take innovative solutions. • 5. Lls is the answer. Barcelona 13-02- 09
  40. 40. Thanks Artur Serra artur.serra@i2cat.net

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