The 3rd Industrial Revolution:Transforming Healthcare As We Know It?Gord Graylish, General Manager, ESSVice President, Int...
Keynote flow• 16 min Block 1: Third Industrial shift and 5 tectonic shifts – Gord» Internet of things video (2:14)» 8 slid...
PLACEHOLDER FOR INTERNET MINUTE VIDEO
What’sGoing On?
What’s Going On?We are still at the dawning of the third era…...A new economic narrative is being written.* The Third Indu...
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1752Ben Franklin provedthat static electricityand lightning were thesame – this pa...
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1920<10% of Britishhouseholds wiredconnectedLate 1920’sElectricity becomingpervasi...
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1951First CommercialComputer(Ferranti Mark 1)1959Integrated Circuit ispatented (No...
Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1951First CommercialComputer(Ferranti Mark 1)1959Integrated Circuit ispatented (No...
… Re-imagining the World at Light SpeedFrom the Obvious…KnowledgeEducatingShoppingTravellingSharingIndustries established ...
The Way We WorkConstructionNew ServicesSmart GridAgricultureHotelsCarsGoogleHomeWhen the impossible…becomes possibletototo...
TODAY WE WILL DISCUSS HOW SOME OF THESE AREEFFECTING THE MEDICAL FIELDOBSERVATIONS OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHSKEY IT CHALLENGE...
Client Compute ContinuumPatientsCliniciansTransformPatientExperienceTransformHealthcareNewExperience• Context aware• Immer...
Real-time Collaboration in ActionMobility and Collaboration in Health ITSource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh520P56wQ8
Connection to peripheralsand other devicesEnhanced end-to-end security& manageabilityMultitaskingReal-time performance + c...
Finding the Best Platform Fit:Usage Models Drive Design of Mobile SolutionGrab and Go Wheel Walk and DockPatient-to-patien...
One Size Does Not Fit AllGoal: Usable, accepted, manageable, secureIntel MPOCSelectorToolSelect bestcomputemodelEngage e...
mHealth DrivesCare Coordinationand CollaborativeWorkflows
2. Comprehensive information3. Dataexchangeandinformationsharing4. Data access everywhere1. A team approachCoordinating Ca...
Support Care Coordination for Better Outcomes,Mobilized Data is CriticalGATHER &Store DataSHAREthe DataMOBILIZEDataEMPOWER...
Coordination Across the Continuum:Mobile Data is Key to WorkflowDataExchangeDataExchangePersonalHealthRecordElectronicHeal...
Real-time Collaboration in ActionMobility and Collaboration in Health ITSource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh520P56wQ8
Possible Collaborative Workflows to ConsiderEMS: Treat in PlaceEMT / Doc / Homecare nurse / Community care workerED Discha...
MPOC 3 videoINTERNAL ONLY, HIDDEN SLIDE
Collaborative Workflows:Out of the EMR Cloud
01234561999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007Secure messagingScheduld phone visitsOffice visitsKaiser Hawaii:By 2007...
02004006008001,0001,2001,4001,6001,8002,0002010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017World Telehealth Patients (thousands) By...
Security
Average cost per breached healthcare record is $240 which is24% higher than average.In 2013, 48% ofreporteddatabreachesin ...
Security Concerns Are Top of Mind in Healthcare34%38%40%48%52%0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%Financial liability of violatingpr...
The Future of SecurityData Protectionfrom MalwareExecutionControlTransparent SecurityAnytime AnywhereData and SystemRecove...
Quick Access toInformation,Quick Help toPatientAn infant with pulmonaryhypertension & pneumothoraxMUDr. Peter Krcho, PhD.N...
Data working with• Information based medicine - applied in emergency situations• Evidence based medicine – applied in clin...
Information based medicineRIGHT SIDE PTX andpneumomediastinum
Evidence based medicine
Switch to the visualisation system, demo of the reviews and selectionscans from tablet using secured wifi network.
Data availability in all places
Advantages• Different communication tools• Consultation in community of nurses and physicians• Data availability everywher...
THE OUTCOME OFOUR CRITICALLY ILL,FINALLY HEALTHYNEWBORN...
Tectonic Shifts:Transforming How You Deliver CareClientContinuumInternetof ThingsBig Data Cloud SecuritymHealthYou will ha...
Thank You
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The 3rd Industrial Revolution: Transforming Healthcare as We Know It?

  1. 1. The 3rd Industrial Revolution:Transforming Healthcare As We Know It?Gord Graylish, General Manager, ESSVice President, Intel Corp
  2. 2. Keynote flow• 16 min Block 1: Third Industrial shift and 5 tectonic shifts – Gord» Internet of things video (2:14)» 8 slides• 12 min Block 2: Client Compute Continuum: MPOC – Mark» MPOC Demo (3 min)» 9 slides (6 min)» MPOC 3 video (3 min)• 4 min Block 3: Cloud and Kaiser Hawaii – Gord» 5 slides• 3 min Block 4: Security – Gord» 3 slides• 8 min Block 5: Dr. Peter Schro – Guest» 1 min Pavel intro» 7 min Dr. Schro• 2 min Closing – Gord44 minutes total
  3. 3. PLACEHOLDER FOR INTERNET MINUTE VIDEO
  4. 4. What’sGoing On?
  5. 5. What’s Going On?We are still at the dawning of the third era…...A new economic narrative is being written.* The Third Industrial Revolution: How Lateral Power is Transforming Energy, the Economy, and the World by Jeremy Rifkin, president of the Foundation on Economic TrendsSteam and coalRailwaysFactoriesPrinting press –mass education1.0Internet, molecularbiology, renewableenergy sourcesSuper informationhighwaysSmart ―everything‖3.0*Electrification,comms, oil,combustion engineNew materialsHighways,automobilesMass production2.01760’s……. Late 1990’s…….1860’s…….
  6. 6. Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1752Ben Franklin provedthat static electricityand lightning were thesame – this paved theway for the future1800first electricbatteryintroduced1821Faradayinvented thefirst electricmotor1835First electricrelay invented1844Morse inventedthe telegraph1879first light bulb –Thomas Edison1882First DC powerstation1891First AC powerstation1750 1760 1770 1780 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 19401910Generation and distributionsystems build out
  7. 7. Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1920<10% of Britishhouseholds wiredconnectedLate 1920’sElectricity becomingpervasive1752Ben Franklin provedthat static electricityand lightning were thesame – this paved theway for the future1800first electricbatteryintroduced1821Faradayinvented thefirst electricmotor1835First electricrelay invented1844Morse inventedthe telegraph1879first light bulb –Thomas Edison1882First DC powerstation1891First AC powerstation1750 1760 1770 1780 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 19401910Generation and distributionsystems build out
  8. 8. Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1951First CommercialComputer(Ferranti Mark 1)1959Integrated Circuit ispatented (Noyce/Kilby)1969ARPANET(internetforerunner)1971Firstmicroprocessor(Intel 4004)1997Google.comregistered1983First IBM PCcompatiblelaptops2003Intel Centrino.WiFi Hot spots.Broadband1991Tim Berners Leepublishes WorldWide Web1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
  9. 9. Rate of Change Will Approach Light Speed1951First CommercialComputer(Ferranti Mark 1)1959Integrated Circuit ispatented (Noyce/Kilby)1969ARPANET(internetforerunner)1971Firstmicroprocessor(Intel 4004)1997Google.comregistered1983First IBM PCcompatiblelaptops2003Intel Centrino.WiFi Hot spots.Broadband1991Tim Berners Leepublishes WorldWide Web1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 20152004Facebooklaunched2007iPhone launched2010iPad launched, otherAndroid tablets follow2012Embedded Intelligencein WTC“if the Internet were a movie we’d still be inthe opening credits”
  10. 10. … Re-imagining the World at Light SpeedFrom the Obvious…KnowledgeEducatingShoppingTravellingSharingIndustries established over a Centuryre-architected in under a DecadeCommunicatingEntertainingtototototototo
  11. 11. The Way We WorkConstructionNew ServicesSmart GridAgricultureHotelsCarsGoogleHomeWhen the impossible…becomes possibletototototototo… Re-imagining the World at Light SpeedFrom the Obvious…
  12. 12. TODAY WE WILL DISCUSS HOW SOME OF THESE AREEFFECTING THE MEDICAL FIELDOBSERVATIONS OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHSKEY IT CHALLENGESCloudClientContinuumInternetof ThingsSecurityBig DataOBSERVATIONS OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHSKEY IT CHALLENGESCloudClientContinuumInternetof ThingsSecurityBig DataNewBusiness +Usage Models…by 2015>1 Zetabyte InternetTraffic3>15 Bn ConnectedDevices2>1 Bn More Netizen’s1Tectonic ShiftsEnergyTransportRetailHealthcareSmartCitiesFinanceTectonic Shifts:Infrastructure Enabling New Horizons
  13. 13. Client Compute ContinuumPatientsCliniciansTransformPatientExperienceTransformHealthcareNewExperience• Context aware• Immersive / Interactive• Intuitive, accessibleand naturalJust “being on the Internet” is not good enough.
  14. 14. Real-time Collaboration in ActionMobility and Collaboration in Health ITSource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh520P56wQ8
  15. 15. Connection to peripheralsand other devicesEnhanced end-to-end security& manageabilityMultitaskingReal-time performance + communication= real-time collaborationAccess anywhereGoing Mobile drives better workflows
  16. 16. Finding the Best Platform Fit:Usage Models Drive Design of Mobile SolutionGrab and Go Wheel Walk and DockPatient-to-patient,home care,1st responderHospital rounds,1st responderPatient care andoffice work
  17. 17. One Size Does Not Fit AllGoal: Usable, accepted, manageable, secureIntel MPOCSelectorToolSelect bestcomputemodelEngage end-users early andthroughout1Defineuse cases,workflows, andrequirements2Jointly selectthe best mobiledevice(s)3Conduct asecurity andprivacy riskanalysis4Select the bestcompute model5
  18. 18. mHealth DrivesCare Coordinationand CollaborativeWorkflows
  19. 19. 2. Comprehensive information3. Dataexchangeandinformationsharing4. Data access everywhere1. A team approachCoordinating Care with Collaborative WorkflowsCollaboration requires a reliable, secure IT infrastructure at a reasonable cost
  20. 20. Support Care Coordination for Better Outcomes,Mobilized Data is CriticalGATHER &Store DataSHAREthe DataMOBILIZEDataEMPOWERCitizens
  21. 21. Coordination Across the Continuum:Mobile Data is Key to WorkflowDataExchangeDataExchangePersonalHealthRecordElectronicHealthRecordHealth Check UpSelf Check& ControlHomeVisitingCarePharmacyLong TermCareAcademic/ResearchHospitalRemoteDiagnosticCommunityHospitalClinicEmergencyPatient-centric Care
  22. 22. Real-time Collaboration in ActionMobility and Collaboration in Health ITSource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh520P56wQ8
  23. 23. Possible Collaborative Workflows to ConsiderEMS: Treat in PlaceEMT / Doc / Homecare nurse / Community care workerED Discharge to HomeDoc / Homecare nurse / Community care workerConsults Acute InpatientDoc / Doc / Therapists / Pharmacist / etc.Consults Chronic Disease OutpatientDoc / Therapists / Homecare nurse / Community care worker / etc.HomecareDoc / Homecare nurse / Community care worker
  24. 24. MPOC 3 videoINTERNAL ONLY, HIDDEN SLIDE
  25. 25. Collaborative Workflows:Out of the EMR Cloud
  26. 26. 01234561999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007Secure messagingScheduld phone visitsOffice visitsKaiser Hawaii:By 2007, 30 % of care was no longer Face-to-FaceKaiser’s next step: real-time video conferencingDistribution of Patient Contacts Over Time Among Kaiser Permanente (KP) Hawaii Members, 1999–2007 Chen C et al. Health Aff 2009;28:323-333©2009 by Project HOPE - The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc.
  27. 27. 02004006008001,0001,2001,4001,6001,8002,0002010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017World Telehealth Patients (thousands) By DiseaseOthersMental HealthHypertensionDiabetesCOPDCHFWorldwide Telehealth Patients Growing to 1.7Million Visits in 5 yearsThe World Market for Telehealth – An Analysis of Demand Dynamics – 2012 INMedica, IMS ResearchAccess to Cloud Accelerates Access to Healthcare Worldwide
  28. 28. Security
  29. 29. Average cost per breached healthcare record is $240 which is24% higher than average.In 2013, 48% ofreporteddatabreachesin the U.S.have been in the medical/healthcareindustry.Over 608,087,870 records exposed insecurity breaches since 2005.1. http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=ponemon-cost-of-a-data-breach-2011;2. http://www.idtheftcenter.org/artman2/publish/lib_survey/ITRC_2008_Breach_List.shtml; 3. http://www.privacyrights.org/data-breachCyber Crime is a $1Trillion Dollar BusinessITRC Breach Report, Identity Theft Resource Center, May 2013²Ponemon Institute—2011 U.S. Cost of a Data Breach Study¹A Chronology of Data Breaches, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, June 2013³
  30. 30. Security Concerns Are Top of Mind in Healthcare34%38%40%48%52%0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%Financial liability of violatingprivacy lawsBreached dataEncrypting data on mobiledevicesEncrypting transmission of sentdataMobile device loss/theftSecurity was the mostimportant attribute whenevaluating mobile devicesIn the United States wherepatient information isprotected by HIPAA, financialliability of HIPAA violationwas a top 3 concernSource: IDC Health Insights 2012
  31. 31. The Future of SecurityData Protectionfrom MalwareExecutionControlTransparent SecurityAnytime AnywhereData and SystemRecoveryFast and Easy LoginIdentity andAttestation
  32. 32. Quick Access toInformation,Quick Help toPatientAn infant with pulmonaryhypertension & pneumothoraxMUDr. Peter Krcho, PhD.NICU Neonatal ClinicKošice Slovakia
  33. 33. Data working with• Information based medicine - applied in emergency situations• Evidence based medicine – applied in clinical practice
  34. 34. Information based medicineRIGHT SIDE PTX andpneumomediastinum
  35. 35. Evidence based medicine
  36. 36. Switch to the visualisation system, demo of the reviews and selectionscans from tablet using secured wifi network.
  37. 37. Data availability in all places
  38. 38. Advantages• Different communication tools• Consultation in community of nurses and physicians• Data availability everywhere in the region• Consultation possibility on regional and international level• New application possibilities coming out during clinical practice
  39. 39. THE OUTCOME OFOUR CRITICALLY ILL,FINALLY HEALTHYNEWBORN...
  40. 40. Tectonic Shifts:Transforming How You Deliver CareClientContinuumInternetof ThingsBig Data Cloud SecuritymHealthYou will have several devicessurrounding you. You choose theright device for the right task.CloudYou and your patients will beable to access data anytime,anywhere, on any device.SecurityLock up your data not yourdevice. Take your devicewith you.Need to think about key takeaways and call to action
  41. 41. Thank You

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