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Introduction to engineering entrepreneurship in the public health and life sciences domains

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Introduction to engineering entrepreneurship in the public health and life sciences domains

  1. 1. Introduction to engineering entrepreneurship in the public health and life sciences domains Nikos Papachristou MSc, MHTA Radboud University Nijmegen Global eHealth Unit, School of Public Health, Imperial College London June 26th, 2014 IEEE Educational Activities Division (EAD)
  2. 2. Overview - Webinar objectives - Topics of discussion: - Health - Digital health - Intervention design - Implementation science and Diffusion of innovation - Examples - Only an introduction
  3. 3. Round 1 Identifying Health (problem) + Digital (solution)
  4. 4. How do we build a product or a service? Idea on a problem Design Development Test Production & Marketing
  5. 5. How do we define “health”? source: HEALTHPopuli
  6. 6. What you see is not what you need source: health nexus sante
  7. 7. Health Models (1) source: Population health model, Integrated behavioral Model
  8. 8. Health Models (2)
  9. 9. Health Models (3)
  10. 10. Solving healthcare problems
  11. 11. Digital health “definition” “ The lexicon of Digital Health is extensive and includes all or elements of : • mHealth (aka mobile health), • Wireless Health, • Health 2.0, • eHealth, • e-Patient(s), • Healthcare IT / Health IT (information technology), • Big Data, • Health Data, • Cloud Computing, • Quantified Self, • Wearable Computing, • Gamification, • Telehealth / Telemedicine, • Precision and Personalized Medicine, • plus Connected Health.” source: wikipedia
  12. 12. Digital health landscape source: Nuviun Robotics, Systems Biology, -omics, Electronic Data Capture, Augmented Reality, eLearning, and so on…
  13. 13. Round 2 Designing a healthcare intervention
  14. 14. Healthcare domains & quality standards source: Bob Barnes, Duke University
  15. 15. Current centralised healthcare
  16. 16. Types of data in healthcare source: Jain et al. 2014
  17. 17. Frameworks for designing technology source: Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK)
  18. 18. A patient’s journey source: German Healthcare Services
  19. 19. Human computer Interaction
  20. 20. Implementing healthcare interventions source: The Behaviour Change Wheel
  21. 21. Methods for implementing change source: Improving Patient Care. The Implementation of Change in Health Care
  22. 22. Round 3 Roadmap to the finish line
  23. 23. Engineering product life cycle
  24. 24. Health intervention development life cycle source: Duet et al. 2010 Is this the “holy grail” for digital health in the near future?
  25. 25. Healthcare Vs Business <>
  26. 26. Drug development paradigm source: Steve Blank
  27. 27. Medical devices FDA process source: Steve Blank Medical Device Class
  28. 28. Digital health development paradigm source: Steve Blank
  29. 29. More regulations
  30. 30. airbnb Vs 23andMe
  31. 31. Hype Cycle source: Duet et al. 2010
  32. 32. Diffusion of Innovation source: Innovate or Die
  33. 33. Wearables paradigm
  34. 34. Round 4 Examples of engineering innovation in healthcare
  35. 35. Type of startups (indicative) - Big data - Diagnose or treat it - Efficiency tools for administration - Enhanced care delivery - Enhancing the provider-patient relationship - Find a doctor, book a doctor, rate a doctor - Food and nutrition - For children and their neurotic parents - For the ladies - For the older crowd - Get in shape - Got health questions? They have answers - Mental health - Modernizing the clinical trial - Patient / caregiver empowerment tools - Paying the bills / cost transparency - Quantify yourself - Sensing stuff - The new emr - Tools for providers http://rockhealth.com/
  36. 36. Data in healthcare source: Jain et al. 2014
  37. 37. Data in home care
  38. 38. Ubiquitous data
  39. 39. Types of devices (indicative)
  40. 40. Lab on chip, -omics
  41. 41. Augmented reality
  42. 42. Robotics
  43. 43. (3d) Printing
  44. 44. Going smaller and smaller
  45. 45. Open hardware in healthcare source: e-Health Sensor Platform for Arduino and Raspberry Pi
  46. 46. Round 5 Conclusions?
  47. 47. Road to ubiquitous data source: Practical Analytics
  48. 48. Healthcare, life sciences, technology mashup source: Wikipedia
  49. 49. Interoperability
  50. 50. Design for problems not for technology source: xkcd
  51. 51. Round 6 Cut scenes
  52. 52. Health startups 101
  53. 53. It is not so simple
  54. 54. Thank you Contact details: @ehealthgr nikospapaxristou@gmail.com http://gr.linkedin.com/in/nikospapachristou

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