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Mass	
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Care	
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  Ageing	
  
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  ages,	
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  sector	
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A	
  Unified	
  Vision	
  	
  
To	
  implement	
  the	
  innova>ons	
  necessary	
  to	
  transform	
  people’s	
  health	
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Collabora3ve	
  Health	
  	
  
Data-­‐centric	
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Infec3ous	
  Diseases	
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The	
  world	
  prepares	
  for	
  infec>ous	
  disease	
  outbreaks	
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Integrated	
  Medicine	
  	
  
The	
  future	
  of	
  medicine	
  is	
  more	
  integrated	
  and	
  ceases	
  to	
  make	...
Future	
  Agenda	
  
84	
  Brook	
  Street	
  
London	
  
W1K	
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+44	
  203	
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  141	
  
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Future of health - Insights from Discussions Building on the future of health by Dr Devi Shetty, Chairman and Founder of Narayana Health in India.

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Insights from Discussions Building on the future of health by Dr Devi Shetty, Chairman and Founder of Narayana Health in India. This includes insights from events already completed adding to the starting point for the global future agenda discussions taking place through 2015 as part of the the futureagenda2.0 programme. www.futureagenda.org

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Future of health - Insights from Discussions Building on the future of health by Dr Devi Shetty, Chairman and Founder of Narayana Health in India.

  1. 1.  The  Future  of  Health      Insights  from  Discussions  Building  on  an  Ini4al  Perspec4ve  by:    Dr  Devi  She=y  |  Chairman  and  Founder  |  Naryana  Health  |  India  
  2. 2. Context   The  ini4al  perspec4ve  on  the  Future  of  Helath  kicked  off  the     Future  Agenda  2.0  global  discussions  taking  place  through  2015.     This  summary  builds  on  the  ini4al  view  and  is  updated  as  we  progress.   Ini4al   Perspec4ves   Q4  2014   Global   Discussions   Q1/2  2015   Insight   Synthesis   Q3  2015   Sharing     Output   Q4  2015  
  3. 3. Healthcare  for  All   Globally  healthcare  is  already  well  over  a  $6  trillion  industry  but  nearly  70%     of  the  world  popula<on  does  not  receive  decent  healthcare  services.     We  need  a  revolu<on  in  order  to  service  the  en<re  market.  
  4. 4. Barriers  to  Access   Increasing  access  to  affordable  healthcare  is  vitally  important,  but  in  many   countries  we  see  poor  medicine  supply  and  distribu<on,  insufficient  health   facili<es  and  staff,  low  investment  in  health  and  high  cost  of  many  medicines.    
  5. 5. Personalised  Medicine   The  poten<al  for  personalized  medicine  and  care  is  significant.  However,   some  see  that,  in  the  short  term,  these  innova<ons  will  be  primarily     focused  on  the  developed  world’s  more  established  healthcare  markets.  
  6. 6. Impact  of  mHealth   Using  mobile  as  a  plaorm  for  cura<ve  and  preventa<ve  healthcare  is   a*rac<ng  much  a*en<on:  Real-­‐<me  monitoring  and  the  entrance  of  global   companies  mean  that  mHealth  has  the  poten<al  to  make  a  real  impact.  
  7. 7. Chronic  Diseases   Stemming  the  rising  <de  of  chronic  disease  requires  an  approach  to  wellness   and  healthcare  that  works  across  all  socie<es  and  integrates  primary,   secondary  and  ter<ary  preven<on  and  health  promo<on  across  sectors.  
  8. 8. Need  for  Process  Innova3on   Today,  most  healthcare  interven<ons  are  not  accessible  to  nearly  90%  of  the   world’s  popula<on.  The  way  forward  is  not  a  new  medicine  or  a  new  scanner   or  a  new  opera<on  -­‐  it  is  a  process  innova<on  to  bring  healthcare  to  everyone.  
  9. 9. Micro-­‐health  Insurance  -­‐  The  Best  Model  for  Society     In  India  we  have  850  mobile  phone  subscribers  who  are  spending  150  rupees   per  month  just  to  speak  on  the  phone.  So  if  we  can  collect  20  rupees  from  each   subscriber,  we  can  cover  the  healthcare  of  another  850  million  people.    
  10. 10. High  Quality  Support   Surgeons  are  like  technicians  -­‐  the  more  surgeries  they  perform,  the  be*er   they  get  at  it.  But  behind  every  skilled  doctor  you  need  to  have  at  least  two   highly  skilled  nurses,  at  least  four  or  five  technicians,  and  good  administrators.  
  11. 11. Wider  Impact  of  Frugal  Innova3on   The  approach  to  healthcare  challenges  developed  in  India  has  delivered  proven   design  solu<ons  for  low-­‐income  popula<ons.  Applying  the  principles  to  higher   income  economies  has  the  poten<al  to  deliver  even  greater  efficiency  benefits.  
  12. 12. Sources  of  Global  Solu3ons   Global  healthcare  affordability  will  not  come  from  the  United  States  …  but   rather  from  those  na<ons  of  the  world  that  have  li*le  today  and  have  no   choice  but  to  perform  at  the  highest  levels  possible  in  the  future.      
  13. 13. Personalised  Diagnosis   Despite  concerns  about  privacy  and  ownership,  increased  access  to  personal   health  data  will  challenge  exis4ng  healthcare  models  focused  on  stereotypical   condi4ons.  In  the  future  expect  personalised  diagnosis  to  be  commonplace.    
  14. 14. 24/7  Stress  Network   The  millennial  genera4on  is  more  stressed  than  any  other,  living  as  it  does  in    a  24/7,  culturally  diverse,  increasingly  urban  world.    Looking  ahead  there  will   be  a  need  to  provide  a  personalised,  community  based  support  network.  
  15. 15. Global  Pandemics   We  are  likely  to  see  another  2  to  3  major  pandemics  start  in     regions  with  limited  public  healthcare  and  rapidly     spread  globally  and  so  demand  fast  response  
  16. 16. HalCng  Alzheimer's     Stopping  mental  degrada4on  from  Alzheimer’s  makes     quality  ageing  more  possible  by  improving     cogni4on  and  slowing  the  rate  of  decline  
  17. 17. Mass  Medical  Tourism   Medical  tourism  goes  main-­‐stream  as  low-­‐cost  cardiac     surgery  and  broader  healthcare  provision  join     den4stry  and  cosme4c  surgery  to  have  global  impact  
  18. 18. Social  Determinants  of  Health     Health  risks  and  outcomes  are  a  by-­‐product  of  a  wide  variety  of  social  and   material  factors.  This  becomes  more  widely  recognized  and  addressing  social   determinants  of  health  becomes  an  important  part  of  the  future  model  of  care.    
  19. 19. Incen3ves  in  Flux   Budgetary  pressures  con>nue  and  reimbursement  models  will  need  to  change.   There  is  greater  emphasis  on  paying  healthcare  providers  based  on  measurable   outcomes,  rather  than  simply  for  the  number  of  procedures  they  perform.    
  20. 20. Care  for  the  Ageing   As  the  popula>on  ages,  the  healthcare  sector  changes  the  way  in  which  it   delivers  support,  with  more  coordina>on  among  service  providers  and  more     in-­‐home  care.  There  is  also  a  frank  conversa>on  about  people’s  “right  to  die”.    
  21. 21. A  Unified  Vision     To  implement  the  innova>ons  necessary  to  transform  people’s  health  and     the  sector  many  see  the  need  for  a  clear  vision  for  the  future  of  health  -­‐  one     co-­‐developed  and  shared  by  pa>ents,  government  and  the  commercial  sector  
  22. 22. Collabora3ve  Health     Data-­‐centric  pa>ents  shiE  from  a  dependency  on  expert  prac>>oners:  They     take  on  more  responsibility  for  their  own  care  and  collaborate  with  a  wider   range  of  health  professionals  as  they  pursue  improved  health  and  preven>on.  
  23. 23. Infec3ous  Diseases  Post-­‐Ebola   The  world  prepares  for  infec>ous  disease  outbreaks  with  renewed  vigor.     There  is  increased  prepara>on  and  coordina>on  among  both  public  and   provider  stakeholders  and  greater  investments  in  early  warning  systems.    
  24. 24. Integrated  Medicine     The  future  of  medicine  is  more  integrated  and  ceases  to  make  dis>nc>ons   between  conven>onal  and  “alterna>ve”  treatments.  This  results  in  beHer     care  op>ons  for  pa>ents  and  a  ‘pit-­‐stop’  team  approach  for  prac>>oners.    
  25. 25. Future  Agenda   84  Brook  Street   London   W1K  5EH   +44  203  0088  141   futureagenda.org   The  world’s  leading  open  foresight  program   What  do  you  think?   Join  In  |  Add  your  views  into  the  mix     www.futureagenda.org  

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