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From Neurorehabilitation…
…to Active and Healthy Aging.
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions.
Josep M Tormos,...
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
An aging scenario
• Living expectancy in Europe ≈...
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
Quantitative and Qualitative Changes
An aging environment
• Actual model...
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
Quantitative and Qualitative Changes
An aging enviroment
• Actual model ...
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
An illustrative history about…
Quantitative and Q...
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
Can ICT offer more efficient care solutions to
ag...
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
Sustainability
From 2005
• 2.000 cognitive traini...
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
Can ICT offer more efficient care solutions to
ag...
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
I would say…
- We have the experience of many hun...
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
Innovation… Business model…
• Med-Tech business m...
severity
population
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
Innovation… Business model…
•...
severity
population
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
What about Open Service Innov...
severity
population
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
What about Open Service Innov...
severity
population
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
What about Open Service Innov...
severity
population
From NeuroRehab to AHA
Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions
What about Open Service Innov...
Thank you very much!!!
Josep M Tormos, MD, PhD
Research Director
investigacio@guttmann.com // www.guttmn.com // www.guttma...
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Josep Maria Tormos / From neurorehabilitation to active and healthy aging. Boosting service innovation though ICT solutions. 

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Presentation given by Josep Maria Tormos from Guttmann Neurorehabilitation Hospital in the framework of the Emergence Forum Barcelona

Biocat organized the Barcelona Emergence Forum (April 10-11th, 2014, Congress Palace, Montjuïc) supported by the TRANSBIO SUDOE, a translational cooperation project dedicated to innovation in life sciences in South-West Europe. The Barcelona Emergence Forum contributed to bringing together Academics, Companies, Investment Entities, Technology Platforms and Technology Transfer Offices from Spain, France and Portugal to set up collaborative projects on Human Health & Agro-food Innovation.
More information at: http://www.b2match.eu/emergenceforum2014

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Josep Maria Tormos / From neurorehabilitation to active and healthy aging. Boosting service innovation though ICT solutions. 

  1. 1. From Neurorehabilitation… …to Active and Healthy Aging. Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions. Josep M Tormos, MD, PhD Research Director investigacio@guttmann.com // www.guttmn.com // www.guttmanninnova.com
  2. 2. From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions An aging scenario • Living expectancy in Europe ≈ 80 years • Dementia and AD, Stroke and Car Accidents (TBI) within top ten etiologies related to global burden of disease: – cognitive decline induce disability – worsen copying strategies towards physical disabilities • Actual model of care provision is no longer sustainable • ICT can provide innovative solutions to promote more efficient approaches • In spite of Dot-Com bubble ICT has induced the most revolutionary business models in the last fifteen years. • E-Health concept – has been object of multiple calls at all king of levels – has capture the interest of the most important tech-companies – has generated hundred of pilots – but it has still limited impact in care delivery programs
  3. 3. Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions Quantitative and Qualitative Changes An aging environment • Actual model of care provision is no longer sustainable NEITHER we have an experience facing aging • Pyramidal model of care delivery: • Most severe condition affect lower % of population • Intensity of care decay in time - Acute vs Chronic care • Intensity of care tend to be inverse of the quantitative demand - Changes of this trend are considered as epidemic - Problems overwhelm solutions - Innovation is needed • Aging is a growing demand • Demand is extended and increased along time • Problem expand beyond medical care • Problem exceed social support networks - In number - In complexity severity population
  4. 4. Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions Quantitative and Qualitative Changes An aging enviroment • Actual model of care provision is no longer sustainable NEITHER we have an experience facing aging • Pyramidal model of care delivery: • Most severe condition affect lower % of population • Intensity of care decay in time - Acute vs Chronic care • Intensity of care tend to be inverse of the quantitative demand - Changes of this trend are considered as epidemic - Problems overwhelm solutions - Innovation is needed • Aging is a growing demand • Demand is extended and increased along time • Problem expand beyond medical care • Problem exceed social support networks - In number - In complexity severity population POPULATION
  5. 5. From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions An illustrative history about… Quantitative and Qualitative changes… • No longer than 50 years ago… – people die just because of an spinal cord injuries – Brain injury programs were just no necessary – Disabilities are different condition of an small % of population – DALY: long-lasting consequences Problems Inspired Innovation
  6. 6. From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions Can ICT offer more efficient care solutions to aging problems and make proposals for an Active and Healthy Aging?
  7. 7. From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions Sustainability From 2005 • 2.000 cognitive training programs – Intensive – Personalized – Supervised – Fun • > 45.000 sessions – Monitored and evaluated • > 350.000 exercises – 350.000 verified therapeutic hypothesis Macromanagement Models of Care Delivery • 1.100 Institut Guttmann • 300 Home • 600 Hospitals, day centers, etc Valorization Método y sistema para guiar de forma segura unas intervenciones en procedimientos cuyo substrato es la plasticidad neuronal (PCT/ES2008/000677) Knowledge – Decision making assistance – Clinical evidence – Personalized medicine Mesomanagement 72% of patients completing treatment improve in at least one cognitive domain Communication technologies Collaborative environments Asynchronous interaction Interoperability Information technologies KDD Data Mining Metha heuristics Micromanagement ICT based Cognitive Training Platform
  8. 8. From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions Can ICT offer more efficient care solutions to aging problems and make proposals for an Active and Healthy Aging?
  9. 9. From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions I would say… - We have the experience of many hundred of successful projects (national and international) - All the most important tech companies have identified an e-health division and have defined e-health strategies (including tele-assistance) - Also big operators in telecommunication have done it - There is an increasing number of .apps pushing even the question about how to regulate them - How many patients have been assigned a care delivery program based on those pilots or those .Apps? - How many health o care professionals are working behind those technological solutions?
  10. 10. From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions Innovation… Business model… • Med-Tech business model: - Care-provider buys the technology - Professional use it - User benefit from it • Pharmaceutical business model: - Care-provider recognize the solution - Professional prescribe (use) it - User pay for and benefit from it - Does ICT need an specific Business Model???
  11. 11. severity population From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions Innovation… Business model… • Med-Tech business model: - Care-provider buys the technology - Professional use it - User benefit from it • Pharmaceutical business model: - Care-provider recognize the solution - Professional prescribe (use) it - User pay for and benefit from it - Does ICT need an specific Business Model??? POPULATION
  12. 12. severity population From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions What about Open Service Innovation POPULATION • Based on the Open Innovation model • People do not perceive the value of a technology in it self but on the service that they take or receive from
  13. 13. severity population From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions What about Open Service Innovation POPULATION • Based on the Open Innovation model • People do not perceive the value of a technology in it self but on the service that they take or receive from •Med-Tech business model: -Care-provider buys the technology -Professional use it -User benefit from it •Pharmaceutical business model: -Care-provider recognize the solution -Professional prescribe (use) it -User pay for and benefit from it
  14. 14. severity population From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions What about Open Service Innovation POPULATION • Based on the Open Innovation model • People do not perceive the value of a technology in it self but on the service that they take or receive from • Care delivery at AHA is an immature (already existing?) market • This is a new problem, disabling and expensive • Let’s go boost innovation Care professional Citizen
  15. 15. severity population From NeuroRehab to AHA Boosting service innovation through ICT solutions What about Open Service Innovation POPULATION • Based on the Open Innovation model • People do not perceive the value of a technology in it self but on the service that they take or receive from • Care delivery at AHA is an immature (already existing?) market • This is a new problem, disabling and expensive • Let’s go boost innovation Care professional Citizen • Differentiate from competitors • Efficiency • Knowledge • Co-create • Services • Contents • New technologies
  16. 16. Thank you very much!!! Josep M Tormos, MD, PhD Research Director investigacio@guttmann.com // www.guttmn.com // www.guttmanninnova.com // www.gnpt.es

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