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GARY MONK, SVP, DIGITAL, STRATEGY & INNOVATION
DECEMBER 10, 2015
HEALTH TECH AND HEALTH CARE
A SHINY FUTURE?
Disclaimer
• Opinions are my own and may not reflect
the company’s
• Examples are based on information in the
public domai...
Notes?
• There are no speaker notes but all related
articles are accessible from the associated
images via hyperlinks
WELLNESS
HEALTH TECH
• Ageing Population
• Chronic Diseases
• Healthcare Costs
• Informed Patients
• Connectivity
• Device...
Shiny Health Tech?
3D Printing
Robotics and
Exoskeletons
Augmented
and Virtual
Reality
Wearables and
Sensors
Big Data
3D Printing
3D printed pills
Image via Science Mag
3D printed ribs for cancer patients.
Robotics and Exoskeletons
Photo Credit: Roger Schulz
The New York Times, 4 Dec 2015
Robotic support for the elderly.
Photo Credit: Roger Schulz
The New York Times, 4 Dec 2015
Gizmag, 2 Sept 2015
Exoskeletons to aid mobility
and overcome paralysis.
Photo Credit: Roge...
Augmented and Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality Mobile sight testing
has now been launched.
Wearables
Muse, a wearable to monitor brain levels
and train and calm your brain.
Thync , a mysterious wearable that uses
“neuro-signaling to induce a preferred mental state.”
Image via thync.com
Interactive haptic footwear
Images via Lechal.com
Smart clothing
Images via OMsignal.com
Images via zensorium.com
Smart Sensors—
The Future?
Copyright MC10 inc
WebMD Healthy Target can
synthesize data
from multiple devices to
deliver contextual insights.
Image via recode
Proteus’ Wearable Patch and Associated Software (Courtesy Proteus Digital Health) via Forbes
WEARABLES:
Challenges & Opportunities
Insights
Device issues
Patient incentives
Interoperability
Data security
Physician k...
Big Data
Apple’s ResearchKit can create ongoing trials
Patients Recruited >10,000
Time Span 24 Hours
Before Research Kits 1.5 Years
Cost Before Apple $30 million
Discussion
THANK YOU
For any further questions or a copy of the slides
please get in touch: gmonk@health4brands.com
@garymonk Garywmo...
Health Tech & Health Care - A Shiny Future?
Health Tech & Health Care - A Shiny Future?
Health Tech & Health Care - A Shiny Future?
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Health Tech & Health Care - A Shiny Future?

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Health innovations including wearables, sensors, big data analytics and 'behavior changing' applications and devices are ubiquitous. These technologies promise so much yet are they really benefiting the healthcare consumer? And what does the future look like? This presentation highlights some real world examples of this technology in use today and some insights into what the future may hold. This presentation on Health Technology was presented at the @BrightTALK event on 10th Dec. 2015

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Health Tech & Health Care - A Shiny Future?

  1. 1. GARY MONK, SVP, DIGITAL, STRATEGY & INNOVATION DECEMBER 10, 2015 HEALTH TECH AND HEALTH CARE A SHINY FUTURE?
  2. 2. Disclaimer • Opinions are my own and may not reflect the company’s • Examples are based on information in the public domain • Examples are selected based on interest and should not be seen as an endorsement or otherwise of particular companies
  3. 3. Notes? • There are no speaker notes but all related articles are accessible from the associated images via hyperlinks
  4. 4. WELLNESS HEALTH TECH • Ageing Population • Chronic Diseases • Healthcare Costs • Informed Patients • Connectivity • Device penetration • Processing power • Data & Insights • Cost of Devices • Cost of Sensors
  5. 5. Shiny Health Tech? 3D Printing Robotics and Exoskeletons Augmented and Virtual Reality Wearables and Sensors Big Data
  6. 6. 3D Printing
  7. 7. 3D printed pills
  8. 8. Image via Science Mag 3D printed ribs for cancer patients.
  9. 9. Robotics and Exoskeletons Photo Credit: Roger Schulz
  10. 10. The New York Times, 4 Dec 2015 Robotic support for the elderly. Photo Credit: Roger Schulz
  11. 11. The New York Times, 4 Dec 2015 Gizmag, 2 Sept 2015 Exoskeletons to aid mobility and overcome paralysis. Photo Credit: Roger Schulz
  12. 12. Augmented and Virtual Reality
  13. 13. Virtual Reality Mobile sight testing has now been launched.
  14. 14. Wearables
  15. 15. Muse, a wearable to monitor brain levels and train and calm your brain.
  16. 16. Thync , a mysterious wearable that uses “neuro-signaling to induce a preferred mental state.” Image via thync.com
  17. 17. Interactive haptic footwear Images via Lechal.com
  18. 18. Smart clothing Images via OMsignal.com
  19. 19. Images via zensorium.com
  20. 20. Smart Sensors— The Future? Copyright MC10 inc
  21. 21. WebMD Healthy Target can synthesize data from multiple devices to deliver contextual insights.
  22. 22. Image via recode
  23. 23. Proteus’ Wearable Patch and Associated Software (Courtesy Proteus Digital Health) via Forbes
  24. 24. WEARABLES: Challenges & Opportunities Insights Device issues Patient incentives Interoperability Data security Physician knowledge Physician rewards • • • • • • •
  25. 25. Big Data
  26. 26. Apple’s ResearchKit can create ongoing trials
  27. 27. Patients Recruited >10,000 Time Span 24 Hours Before Research Kits 1.5 Years Cost Before Apple $30 million
  28. 28. Discussion
  29. 29. THANK YOU For any further questions or a copy of the slides please get in touch: gmonk@health4brands.com @garymonk Garywmonk

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